File this under “when nonstop liberal media coverage destroyed Hillary’s campaign.”
No really—both Hillary and Bill have lost one too many marbles and can’t stay on the same page, or else they’re working some ingenious plan by which they embarrass themselves all the way to the White House.
Hillary has harped on Donald Trump for his sensible policy of replacing the “disaster” that is Obamacare with something more sensible. She has doubled down on sticking with Obama’s mess of a system and continuing to make it more liberal.
Even though this has been her position for years, it seems Bill didn’t get the note. Which may be why they don’t consider him one of the campaign’s main spokespeople anymore (even as a former president). From The Hill:
Former President Bill Clinton steamrolled President Obama’s signature healthcare law at a rally, calling it “the craziest thing in the world.”
Speaking Monday in Flint, Mich., Clinton blasted the core principles of ObamaCare as unworkable as he pitched a new system that would allow people to buy into Medicare or Medicaid.
Watch his comments below:
For once you and I can agree, Slick Willy: ObamaCare IS the craziest thing in the world.
Unfortunately, most reasonable, hard-working Americans who haven’t made their millions off their political connections—they disagree with you anywhere past that. You want to take our nation’s healthcare system further down the road to socialism. Sorry, Bill, nationwide polls have disagreed with you on this for…well, forever.
Leave Americans alone and let them choose their own health policies, their own doctors, and let companies compete across state lines. Leave the federal government out of it, with all its regulations inducing skyrocketing prices.
But Bill, please continue what you are doing. Attack Obama, attack your own wife, attack the system that was shoved down America’s throat. Hasten the day when the Democrat party implodes on itself and is no longer relevant in an America that needs safety and good healthcare more than rainbows and lollipops.
Source: The Hill