"The founders wanted freedom to pursue their happiness, not [be] job-locked,"
Every day, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi engage in a close race to see which of them can say the craziest thing.
Pelosi won today. Tomorrow, Reid might claim that the Koch Brothers are the cause of the Syrian Civil War.
“It is really so heart warming for those of us who worked so hard [to make sure] many more people in our country would have access to healthcare,” she told reporters at the stakeout position just outside the West Wing portico.
“There are those critics, bumps in the road, but they’ve only been turbulence. They have not been an obstacle to the American people having healthier life that our that our founders wanted for them,” she said.
Those founders wanted “life — a healthier life — liberty and the freedom to pursue their happiness, not [be] job-locked, but having benefits that having health-care policies that are portable, they could be self-employed, be a photographer — they could start their own business, they could change jobs, they could reach their aspirations,” she declared.
All along we thought that the Founders wanted liberty. But no, apparently they wanted the freedom to force everyone to buy worthless health insurance.
The Founders wanted to separate health insurance from employment, an issue that didn't exist at the time, so that people could become photographers, a profession that didn't exist at the time. Also they were deeply concerned about the ozone layer, opposed the death penalty and were big fans of Common Core.
Just ask Nancy. Now if only someone would unlock her job.