Chief Justice John Roberts switches his vote on Obamacare at the last minute because he’s worried about bad press. Nevermind the fact that he has a lifetime appointment and is expected to be part of the “independent judiciary.” Everyone on both sides of the political aisle agrees that Obamacare shouldn’t be upheld under the Taxing and Spending Clause, meaning that Obamacare really is unconstitutional.
Michelle “Marie Antoinette” Obama, of course, travels separately to Obama’s vacation destinations, costing taxpayers an extra $100,000 in the midst of the biggest economic crisis the U.S. has suffered since the Great Depression. She also spent $500,000 of taxpayers’ money for a lavish personal vacation to Spain.
Obama threw a fake Channukah celebration at the White House because “We never need an excuse for a big party.”
Shameful: In the midst of the “Great Recession,” Obama hosted a secret “Alice in Wonderland”-themed Halloween bash at the White House. This party was just as frivolous and out-of-touch as any party that was hosted by Marie “Let Them Eat Cake” Antoinette. It turns out that “President Obama has spent far more lavishly on White House state dinners than previous chief executives, including nearly $1 million on a 2010 dinner for Mexico’s president… Gary Walters, who ran presidential household operations for 21 years during Democratic and Republican administrations, before retiring in 2007, told The Examiner the costs reflected in the documents were “excessive. They are high.””
Obama doesn’t care that he’s leaving the U.S. in ruins– he knows that his kids will succeed, even if the U.S. doesn’t.
Obama spent $535 million of taxpayers’ money to fund a “green energy” company (Solyndra Inc.)– despite high-risk warnings from White House staffers– which went bankrupt 2 years later. Then, there was a cover-up of this scandal by the Obama Administration before the 2010 midterm election. It turns out that a big Obama donor played a pivotal role in securing federal financing for Solyndra, and that the same guy moved ahead of taxpayers in line for repayment when Solyndra defaulted.