Michelle Obama for saying that Barack Obama has led us "out of the dark and into the light". The dark of what and into the light of what? Unemployment is higher. The price of gas has doubled, raising the price of everything else. The debt and deficit are exploding almost exponentially. What on earth is she talking about.
Harry Reid for saying "And when talking about seniors, seniors love getting junk mail. It's sometimes their only way of communicating or feeling like they're part of the real world." That's one of the most condescending statements I've ever heard.
Ed Schultz from MSNBC for saying "It's time for the democrats to step up and protect the poor from the assault of the Republicans."
Republicans need to use these statements in their campaign commercials because they definitively show who's really out of touch.
Steve Zwick, a global warmist, for saying "We know who the active denialists are, not the people who buy the lies, mind you, but the people who create the lies. Let's start keeping track of them now, and when the famines come, let's make them pay. Let's let their houses burn. Let's swap their safe land for submerged islands. Let's force them to bear the cost of rising food prices. They broke the climate. Why should the rest of us have to pay for it."
Yea right. Only the global warming deniers broke the climate.
Members of congress Barney Frank (D-MA), Brad Miller (D-NC), and Dennis Cardoza (D-CA) for saying that it was wrong to focus on health care. Too little, too late. All of these men voted in favor of Obamacare and are retiring this year, probably because they saw the handwriting on the wall.
Nancy Pelosi and other members of congress who want to amend the Constitution to take away the speech rights of corporations and such . . . but not unions.
Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-PA) for announcing that the Obama administration "was super involved with" getting congress to pass health care. Probably not exactly what Obama wants to hear right now.