Blustering Obama was out there again, taking credit for things he didn’t do and vowing to “fundamentally transform” yet another crisis.
One would think that with the mess he’s made of the U.S. health care system, and the damage he’s done to millions of innocent Americans, he’d shun making health-related promises…but no.
In honor of World AIDS Day, in addition to hanging a humongous red ribbon on the White House, Obama vowed that the U.S. would “be at the forefront of the discoveries how to put HIV in long-term remission without requiring lifelong therapies. Or, better yet, eliminate it completely.”
Rather than focusing on how to fix the mess he’s made with the new health care law, Barack the Multi-Tasker is shifting $100 million to the National Institutes of Health monies to AIDS/HIV research. Where exactly that money will come from, the president didn’t say, but as usual he’s pledged to provide it.
It doesn’t matter where the funding comes from anyway, because the hope is that in addition to single-handedly killing Osama bin Laden, Obama’s legacy will also include being credited with funding the cure for AIDS…
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