DavidL's Breakfast Scramble
Roland S. Martin lauds FLOTUS, Martin attacks Sarah Palin for questioning the Fat Lady of the United States’, a/k/a Michelle Obama anti obesity jihad:

(CNN) — It’s clear that we can’t go 24 hours without Sarah Palin saying something so stupid that it defies logic, but leave it to the Kim Kardashian of politics to find something wrong with first lady Michelle Obama’s effort to curb obesity in America’s kids.

In a radio interview on Wednesday with conservative talker Laura Ingraham, Palin took dead aim at the first lady’s “Let’s Move” initiative, which is all about getting children active and involved in exercise and healthy eating.

In the wacky world of Wasilla’s finest, Palin tries to cast the effort to fight obesity as part of Michelle Obama’s “different worldview.”

Between Sarah Palin and Michelle Obama, only one is fat.  Only one has fat children.   Fat Lady obama simply has no business tellimg anybody, other than her husband and her two children how to east.   Fat people was simply not in the position to deam themselves as if they were some kind of authority on diet.  Simply put, if Michelle Obama knew anything about diet, she would not be fat and she would not have fat children.   It time of Mrs Obama to shut up

Upon further review, Martin looks more than a little rolly himself.   Time for Martin to start a diet and excercise program, and shut up himself as well.

Dumbo Care meets reality, and loses. Bruce McQuain explains classic economics to the Obamatards, from Questions and Observations:

For those slow on the uptake – when limited resources meet unlimited need, rationing is going to take place regardless of whether one wants it or likes it.  Rationing can take effect in many ways.  Two of the most common are by price and by availability (or a combination of both).

Declaring everyone is “entitled” to health care doesn’t make it more affordable or available.  Because its availability doesn’t increase automatically on such declarations.  And that was the fly in the ObamaCare promise from the very beginning.   Then add in the absurd claim that you can get more for less and you’re where we are now with doctors and Medicare patients.

In a free society, citizens will not voluntarily makes contracts which will cost them more than they receive.  If physicians are citizens and unlike the Obamatards not stupid.

Miss Andrea Sullivan, on character, in reference to Sarah Palin’s smackdown of Dim Won’s, b/k/a Barack Obama, gaffe, via Weasel Zippers:

This may be a smart-ass retort; it may be useful innoculation against a potentially damaging gaffe; it may even be a well-researched blog-post, but what it isn’t is anything approaching the kind of character we expect in a president.  A simple respect for the office she seeks would not reflect itself in these increasingly callow, sarcastic, cheap jibes at a sitting president. But sadly, like so many now purporting to represent conservatism, there is, behind the faux awe before the constitution, a contempt for the restraint and dignity a polity’s institutions require from its leaders.

I suggest that Miss Sullivan knows about as much about character as the Fat Lady of the United States knows about diet and exercise, to wit squat.    As a private citizen, Mrs. Palin has no need to shows more respect towards the Office of the President,  than the current occupant, Dumbo, shows towards the office.     You can not show respect to the Office of the President by constant insults of your predecessor and forever demeaning the very country you purport to represent.

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