One of the great things about the Supreme Court ruling Thursday on "Obamacare" was the reaction from the deranged elements of the far-right-wing fringe.
Kudos to Politico.com, an otherwise middle or the road website, for compiling the top 10 lunatic statements.
A sampling: "This is the greatest destruction of individual liberty since Dred Scott. This is the end of America as know it. No exaggeration." -- Ben Shapiro, editor-at-large of Breitbart.com.
The comments after stories on the Wall Street Journal were also fun to read since many of the commenters have a tenuous grab on reality.
One sample: "It's like I woke one morning and found myself in the Soviet Union. How do I get my country back." -- Susan Plonsky.
Well, you can move back to the Soviet Union or what's left of it.
Unfortunately, Fox News.com doesn't let us see the comments to their articles. Usually, the comments are extremely racist, which, amazingly, is embarrassing to the honchos at Fox News.
There is also this little bit: "Pro-'Life' Republican Screams in Joy at (False) News of Millions Losing Healthcare."
Of course, it didn't help that Fox News and CNN rushed to mis-inform their viewers to what the Supreme Court actually ruled.
Republicans demonstrated that they were united, not for America, but against Obama.
But is the mandate a tax? And, what did Mitt do in Massachusetts?
Well, here's your answer.
The Mitt-wit said: "... either buy the insurance or pay your own way; don’t be free-riders.”
Oh, and by the way, the mandate/tax affects few Americans.