"As far as I'm concerned, the TEA Party can go straight to hell!" -- Maxine Waters.
For the first time in years, if anyone can ever remember a fiery race-hustler getting called on their disrespectful remarks, Congresswoman Maxine Waters had no choice but to back-pedal from her crude remarks in a 2011 job forum in Inglewood.
Fox News even confronted her in the halls of Congress about her inappropriate comments. She just smiled and looked away from the camera until she escaped into an elevator.
Still, her remarks have rattled conservatives, yet mainstream affiliates pushed her to justify such outrageous remarks.
She appeared on Meet the Press and other NBC affiliates trying to justify then deflect the statements she made.
Of course, her coarse rhetoric knows no bounds, and she has uttered such offensive remarks before.
I was at a Tea Party rally in Torrance, CA, which now makes up a large part of her new Congressional district. The residents in Torrance, however, have a different view of her new responsibilities, and the comments are not good.
One lady told me: "She's awful!"
Another lady told me how she calls her office and tweets to her about the outrageous remarks she made about the Tea Party.
One wonders if she has met Reverend Jesse Peterson, who leads the South LA Tea Party. Does Congresswoman Waters think that this African-American Pastor should go straight to hell, too?
When I confronted her in a town hall meeting in September, 2013, I could not help myself:
"As far as I'm concerned, Obamacare can go straight to hell."
I was wrong-- Obamacare is already there, and taking in its fiery, frustrating wake access to quality health care while limiting the doctors and medical specialists which Americans, young and old, can see. State insurance exchanges intended to create a competitive marketplace are crashing all over the country. While President Obama and his team tout that 4 million people have signed up, the same statistics fail to calculate that a number of those individuals have not paid their first month's premium Without and funds going into the system, there is no funding that will support the slightly greater number of poor and sick people jumping into the program, who are depending on a government subsidy to get health insurance.
Coupling these unpleasant statistics with the horror stories of individual Americans with Obamacare insurance still left paying the bill, and we can see that Obamacare is taking not just the medical profession, not just the health industry, but an unprecedented number of sick and wounded Americans with it.
Pilot to co-pilot, your health insurance is going up in flames!