Camp Obama

Apparently, Kathleen Sebelius is either completely ignorant of the connotation or simply does not care. Because she cheerfully announced that the administration has a lot of “reeducation” to do on the won’s health care “reform”.

With a number of polls showing a sustained level of opposition to the Democrats’ health care reform efforts more than five months after passage, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the Obama administration has “a lot of reeducation to do” heading into the midterms.

While some surveys – namely the Kaiser Family Foundation monthly tracking poll  – have suggested an uptick in support for the reforms, most other surveys continue to show a steady level of opposition to the new law that remains higher than the favorable opinions of it.

“Unfortunately, there still is a great deal of confusion about what is in [the reform law] and what isn’t,” Sebelius told ABC News Radio in an interview Monday.

With several vulnerable House Democrats touting their votes against the bill, and Republicans running on repeal, Sebelius said “misinformation given on a 24/7 basis” has led to the enduring opposition nearly six months after the lengthy debate ended in Congress.

“So, we have a lot of reeducation to do,” Sebelius said.

Presumably, the razor wire will be green at the new summer camps.

Seriously, can this bunch of the “best and brightest” that the won has surrounded himself with be any more clue proof? The soviets adored the word “progressive” and were quite famous for their “reeducation” summer camps (though they lacked the green razor wire).

The bright side of this is that given their “success” to date on education, their “reeducation” efforts should bring out the voters in droves – just not in the way they hoped.

Just another Obackfire.

Via Memeorandum.

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2 Responses to Camp Obama

  1. feeblemind says:

    I think Sebelius is just a dim bulb, Gaius.

  2. Soviet of Washington says:

    And to think, she was a Governor…what WAS the matter with Kansas!! Of course we have her twin as Governor here in the Soviet, so talk is cheap. At least ours had to steal it.

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