Did she just say “reeducation”?

By Doug Hagin

I believe Kathleen Sebelius did use that old Stalinist phrase! This is not a good sign

Uncertain whether the last 18 months of dismal health-care speeches and rallies had entirely destroyed the myth of the Obama administration as gifted, uplifting message mavens, Kathleen Sebelius bravely ventured into the rhetorical orchards and brought forth this rotten fruit:

“Unfortunately, there still is a great deal of confusion about what is in [the reform law] and what isn’t,” Sebelius told ABC News Radio in an interview Monday.

“So, we have a lot of reeducation to do,” Sebelius said.

Cult of competence, I believe they were once called.

Very creepy indeed! Of course the Left will dismiss any concerns over the use of that particular phrase. But, it is interesting that Sebelius did not simply say informed for example. Wasit just a bad choice of words? Was it just her condescending arrogance at work? Is she really stupid enough to think we stupid Americans just do not understand how wonderful ObamaCare is? Or, does she believe in, well, you know!

3 responses to “Did she just say “reeducation”?

  1. She can “reeducate” til the friggin’ cows come home, but it aint gonna make one nit’s ass worth of difference. The facts is the facts…the HCR is a bunch of hocus pocus meant to confuse and distort, run by a bunch of mindless bureaucrats who couldn’t find their asses with both hands if you made ’em sit on them.

    Mike

  2. She does think we are that stupid. I’m a physician, and I am astounded that the majority of doctors are willingly blind to the obvious ramifications of this national socialist power grab. If doctors are too ignorant to pay attention to how disasterous Obamacare is, then why shouldn’t Sebelius be comfortable in assuming the average voter won’t catch on to the danger of this trap?

  3. Welcome Dr. John! Do you give free medical advice? I’ve got this pain…😉

    p.s. I don’t do medical malpractice, by the way

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