Until 48.6 million Americans enroll in Obamacare, Democrats should shut up about Bush

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Still on the White House website: If you like your plan you can keep it and you don’t have to change a thing due to the health care law.

How many uninsured Americans have enrolled in Obamacare so far, Dems?

Still trying to deflect attention back to Bush and the invasion of Iraq?

How's that playing in the headlines?
Well hell, it'd cost about $65 Million to make a correction. You think the government's going to do that for something as trivial as the truth?
I notice the libs are still crying about Bush and events from 2003...I guess today's issues don't look as rosy.

Anything to divert attention from their Dear Leaders' meltdown.

Tell me, True Believers, what qualifies the Hildebeast of Benghazi for our nations' highest office?

What are her accomplishments?

Besides being female and marrying Bill?

At this stage, what difference does it make?

With each passing week since her departure, more and more consequences of her entirely reactive and ineffectual tenure come to light.

Take the pledge she continually reiterated that the Obama team would “restore” U.S. stature in the world.

The Pew poll reports, “Confidence in Obama in Muslim countries dropped from 33% to 24% in his first term. Approval of Obama’s policies declined even further, from 34% to 15%. Support for the United States in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Pakistan is lower today than it was in 2008 in the closing year of George W. Bush’s administration.”

In other words, as much as Obama’s standing has collapsed, the policies Clinton presumably had something to do with did even worse.

In showing fecklessness with regard to Iran, doing nothing to end the suffering in Syria and embracing Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohamed Morsi, the Obama administration did little to show strength or show support for or purported values.

On Clinton’s watch, a U.S. ambassador was killed, the first such occurrence in more than 30 years.

Meanwhile, diplomacy and sanctions failed to halt Iranian progress toward nuclear weapons.

The administration was largely mute at a critical time in the Green Revolution. Elsewhere, the entire “peace process” crumbled.

The Palestinian Authority, against our express wishes, went to the United Nations for a declaration of statehood, while we were able to round up fewer than 10 “no” votes.

Syria’s chemical weapons were not secured, and the humanitarian crisis poured into neighboring countries.

Russian reset was such a bust that Clinton’s successor, John Kerry, was compelled to dump it as he was taking office. The “pivot” to Asia was widely ridiculed.

Clinton didn’t obtain a status of forces agreement in Iraq, a tragic failure that has let the country fall into strife.

Where is the record of accomplishment, let alone greatness?

If Clinton’s defenders were honest about her record, they would say that none of that is her fault since she really didn’t have any authority.

I’m sure she could relate when the hapless Chuck Hagel said his job wouldn’t involve “running anything” and would not be a policy-making spot.

The same, I suppose, could be said of Clinton’s years at State.

If Joe Biden runs against Clinton in 2016, he will have the same difficulties.

But at least Biden will have domestic accomplishments, such as they are.

Clinton remains the favorite Democrat in the country, but if performance count for anything, she starts without much of a record to commend her.