Thankfully, Obama only has a couple more weeks left in the White House, and since he knows he's about to get the boot he hasn't been worrying about public image much. He made sure to make use of one of his last Weekly Addresses to do what he's done best over the past 8 years, try to divide the country by bashing Republicans with lies to try to discredit their ability and efforts to improve our country.

He made sure to give a snide 'gift' to everyone as well while spouted his diatribe. Naturally many Americans were not happy at all with this blatant insult and quickly took to Twitter to let him know how they feel about his many failed policies and blatant disrespect for America and its citizens.

Obama rides a pretty high horse, and it doesn't help that he believes that his detrimental policies were in some way a success. It became all too apparent that Obama was grasping at straws in a desperate attempt to brag about the Obamacare fiasco and trying dearly to hold onto a non-existent legacy.

It's clear from the explosion on Twitter that people don't feel the same way as Obama does about his presidency.

Just take a look at the man himself, lying up a storm:

Here's the response he got:

The Gateway pundit reported the data from the average increase in premiums as follows:

Ohio: 13.12% increase
Florida: 17.40% increase
Pennsylvania: 32.5% increase
Nevada: 11.74% increase
Maine: 21.24% increase
New Hampshire: 12.44% increase
Virginia: 21.68% increase
North Carolina: 24.30% increase
Iowa: 20.46% increase
Michigan: 16.06% increase
Wisconsin: 20.39% increase

And that's just the average. Many Americans saw figures raise by rates way higher than the average for virtually nothing at all in return.

Even Bill Clinton himself referred to Obamacare as a complete and total failure.

“One of the problems with a law, we can all tick them off, right? The copays, deductibles, and premiums are too high, and the drug prices are too high. So, what does she [Hillary Clinton] say we should do? We should bargain for lower drug prices, the way that government can’t now with Medicare and Medicaid for everybody.” — Bill Clinton

These numbers are absurd. It's no wonder so many were outraged when Obama decided to flaunt it in their face and then have the audacity to give them the finger. At least we can find respite in the fact that Obama's days are numbered and he won't be able to do any more damage like we've been forced to endure for the past 8 years.

Please share this on Facebook if you agree that Obama's policies were nothing but a total failure.

Source: Mad World News


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