‘You can keep your plan’? Journos now confirm: Totally kidding, guys

Now media lapdogs are admitting that whole “you can keep your plan” deal was never going to happen. The election is over, so it’s totally safe now, you see.

Rick Klein, junior high poet and head Obama cheerleader at one point, went so far as to say that it was “never possible to keep.” Hey, you know what that sounds like, Mr. Klein?

http://twitter.com/#!/ThrashyMachus/status/384639232457052160

Bingo!

Klein mused about the “empty promise” last week too.

Yep. As Twitchy reported, what you can keep is your cancellation notice.

The day prior to that tweet, Klein was still a tad confused.

Sorry, guys! Psych!

“Empty promise,” “never possible”? That all equals one thing:

LIE.

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‘Thanks to Obamacare’: Rep. Gardner opts out of federal health care, his insurance plan is canceled

Hey, know what you get to ‘keep’ with Obamacare? Cancellation notices

Health insurers to customers: If you like your plan, you can keep … nah, you’re screwed

Thanks for nothing: Nick Searcy scolds AP lapdogs for late warning on Obamacare

Bless his heart catch-up: Check out Rick Klein’s ‘scoop’ on Obama, ‘odd week’

Ace destroys seventh grade poet Rick Klein’s third grade take on Romney’s taxes

Howard Kurtz, Rick Klein, other media squee: Obama is ‘rising above,’ totally meant to give lame DNC speech

Lapdog poetry: Rick Klein gushes over Bill Clinton with junior high-worthy verse

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/09/30/that-whole-you-can-keep-your-plan-deal-journos-now-confirm-totally-kidding-guys/

for message of ‘revenge’

Um … what? The Romney campaign’s message is “revenge”?

Is this dude serious? He’s trying to say Romney’s message is revenge? bit.ly/X8ZMGR

— RB (@RBPundit) November 3, 2012

Did Obama campaign manager Jim Messina wake up on the wrong side of the cuckoo’s nest?

what in the world is @messina2012 talking about

— Byron Koay (@ByronKoay) November 3, 2012

Or is he just brushing up on his liberal trolling skills?

Today’s lib trolls are too easy to disprove, including @messina2012. Americans aren’t as stupid as you and the MSM think we are.

— Brian Glover (@smokie_tx) November 3, 2012

We all suspected there was something a little off about Messina after he tweeted an utterly disturbing photo flaunting his creepiness. Today he confirmed that there’s something very off about his relationship with reality.

Or perhaps he’s just a lying liar who lies like Stephanocchio Cutter.

How fast are @messina2012 et al churning out lies now? Obama said “Vote for revenge” yesterday, & today Creepy Jim says it was Romney.

— KJ Adan (@thekelliejane) November 3, 2012

Bingo. It was President Vengeance who brought his menacing Chicago-style message of hostility and revenge to the campaign trail. Mitt Romney’s closing argument was about something so horrifying to the Obama campaign that Messina can’t bear to repeat it:  love of country.

It’s atrocious, lying behavior like that of @messina2012 that exposes DNC’s new tactic: accuse your opponent of what YOU’RE doing. #tcot

— Natasja Yonce (@NatasjaYonce) November 3, 2012

Up next?

Next @messina2012 tweet: “Why is Mitt Romney wasting time on Big Bird, binders and bayonets? And where are his answers on Benghazi?!”

— Jon G. (@ExJon) November 3, 2012

Who knew there was actually a lower level of hackery for Messina to reach?

there must be a lower level than “hack” b/c @messina2012 has achieved it bit.ly/Ry10YW #lyingliar

— Ryan (@alwaysonoffense) November 3, 2012

Still, the desperate flailing is kinda sweet to behold.

You guys are going to lose so very badly. RT @messina2012: The Romney campaign’s message today is revenge

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) November 3, 2012

If you want to convince people you’re winning, posting stuff like this is unadvisable. twitter.com/Messina2012/st…

— Ellen Carmichael (@ellencarmichael) November 3, 2012

.@messina2012 dude, you’re flailing. Panic is not your best color.

— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) November 3, 2012

Indeed. It brings out his cold, dead eyes and pasty white skin.

.@messina2012 gets more retweets from Republicans making fun of him than Democrats pushing his message. January 20, 2013 will be a great day

— Todd Kincannon (@ToddKincannon) November 3, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/11/03/campaign-meltdown-creepy-jim-messina-slams-romney-for-message-of-revenge/

Obama says election about ‘two very different visions for future’; Citizens say ‘we don’t want yours’

Excuse us as we pick ourselves up off the floor, where we have collapsed in a faint: President Obama has actually said something truthful for once! Damn straight, this election is a choice between two very different visions for our future.

Citizens tell Obama that it’s not them, it’s him. And his vision.

“@barackobama: This election is “a choice between two very different visions for our future.” No kidding Barry, yours is not what US wants.

— Greg Katz (@GregKatz) November 4, 2012

#unemployment #moregolf OR #RESPONSIBILITY MT @barackobama: This election is “a choice between two very different visions for our future.”

— Natasha (@mooseandskwerl) November 4, 2012

.@barackobama: This election is “a choice between two very different visions for our future.” And that’s why I’m voting for@mittromney #fb

— Ed White(@edwhitemagic) November 4, 2012

Last 4yrs good indicator of how bad yours is. MT @barackobama: This election is a choice between two very different visions for our future.

— Matt Jones (@mattithyahu) November 4, 2012

@barackobama thank God this election is about two visions.. Your experience as a community organizer has failed us time for some real change

— Larry Stalica (@captain7413) November 4, 2012

@barackobama 2 different visions indeed, one to prosperity under Romney and one to Greece under you.

— Stigs, The Infamous (@pwnworstenemy) November 4, 2012

No kidding! #RomneyRyan #GOP2012 RT @barackobamaThis election is “a choice between two very different visions for our future.”

— Jackie Brentwood (@TwinkleStarlet) November 4, 2012

These two Twitter users put it all in a nutshell.

@barackobama says vote bc it’s best revenge. @mittromney says vote bc we love our country. Very different visions of what Americans r about!

— Alisa Yarter (@Alisa727) November 3, 2012

#Revenge vs #LoveofCountry MT @barackobama: This election is “a choice between two very different visions for our future.”

— Natasha (@mooseandskwerl) November 4, 2012

The choice is clear.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/11/04/obama-says-election-about-two-very-different-visions-for-future-citizens-say-we-dont-want-yours/