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Monday, May 08, 2017

Obama fights for his legacy: Former President appeals to Congress to save Obamacare

Obama fights for his legacy: Former President appeals to Congress to save Obamacare but refuses to mention Trump as he receives the JFK Profile in Courage Award in front of Michelle and Biden

Former president Barack Obama defended Obamacare as he accepted the JFK Profile in Courage Award on Sunday night in one of his most high-profile speeches since leaving the White House. While not mentioning Donald Trump by name, Obama was critical of the current administration's efforts in dismantling much of his signature health care law. In his speech, Obama urged congressional Republicans to recognize that it takes great courage to champion the vulnerable and sick, rather than just aiding those who are already powerful. Obama was presented with the political courage award by Caroline Kennedy (main) and her son Jack Schlossberg (top right). A number of high profile guests attended the ceremony in honor of Obama, including former Vice President Joe Biden (bottom right), members of Congress and celebrities including former late-night talk show host David Letterman. 

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

During his whole presidency Obama ignored Congress and refused to work with them. And now he's begging the same people to help rescue his legacy? What an ungrateful dork!

Anonymous said...

Blow up and go away you POS. Now you want debate!!pack sand you commie scum

Anonymous said...

Please Republicans. Drive a stake into the heart of the blood sucking law called Obamacare and kill it!

Anonymous said...

To bad

Anonymous said...

I had to stop reading after a few sentences. I laughed so hard, I could not focus or concentrate. This loser should have been taken out back a long time ago. I hate the thought of the likes of this subject sucking up the air, not necessary.