As the battle over Obamacare rages on, Fox News personality Judge Jeanine Pirro accused President Obama of lowering himself to a “level rarely if ever seen in American politics.”
On the Saturday segment of her show, Pirro said the president has made comments laced with ridicule and sarcasm, while his outspoken supporters used words like “terrorists” and “anarchists” when referring to Republicans.
“What’s with the name-calling?” Pirro asked, speaking directly into the camera as if to Obama. “It’s beneath you, or at least beneath the office that you hold.”
Pirro then offered her own definition of Obamacare.
“Mr. President, I think that we can all agree that your signature legislation was written by a committee whose own chairman didn’t understand it, passed by a Congress that didn’t read it – who then decided to exempt themselves,” she said. “If your plan is so great, why aren’t you enrolled in it? Why don’t you change course a little and lead by example? If your plan is so great, why did you exempt your union buddies – you know, the ones who helped you get elected? And if it’s so great, why are Congress and federal employees not enrolled in it?”
Pirro even went after the president for criticizing Fox News.
Watch Pirro here via RightSightings:
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