In an interview with ABC News’ chief health and medical editor, Richard Besser, Obama attempted to lobby for his unpopular healthcare law while advancing the ridiculous politics of manmade global warming.
“Well you know Malia had asthma when she was 4 and because we had good health insurance, we were able to knock it out early,” Obama said Wednesday on Good Morning America. “And if we can make sure that our responses to the environment are reducing those incidents, that’s something that I think every parent would wish for.” There are two reason’s for Obama’s creepy comments. The first is the news that another federal appeals court is expected to rule on whether or not the government can force religious institutions to pay for certain forms of birth control that are now mandated by Obamacare. The second reason is brought on by sheer desperation from the fact that fewer Americans see global warming as an issue they worry about. The publication of “new evidence” that there’s a connection between climate change and rising asthma rates gave Obama the opportunity to tell the dramatic story of how he and Michelle had to rush Malia Obama to an emergency room when she was a young child because she was suffering from an Asthma attack. It’s all quite creepy and sad.