Headline is interesting, too: "Apologizing, Obama Yields To Criticism of Health Law." http://t.co/hBWdwCRB61
— Matt Welch (@MattWelch) November 8, 2013
Obama is “sorry”? He’s sorry all right. He’s sorry he got caught lying repeatedly to the American people about being able to “keep” the health insurance they like.
RT @BarackObama Only the tip, America.
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) November 8, 2013
Even sorrier? The bootlickers on the New York Times editorial board who insisted that President Pinocchio “clearly misspoke” about the impact of Obamacare.
So naturally, the Times gave prime placement to Obama’s “sorry, not sorry” fauxpology.
— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) November 8, 2013
Your intrepid press everyone RT @mleewelch: The New York Times article about Obama's apology today is on page A14.
— The Real Bepo (D) (@TheRealBepo) November 8, 2013
If you like your apology, you can bury your apology. RT @mleewelch: The New York Times article about Obama's apology today is on page A14.
— Brian Guy (@ItsThatBriGuy) November 8, 2013
But really, what did we expect?