And so, the Perry Blackwell Fan Club gives a shout out to Jonathan Gruber, the man who loves to humblebrag about his own lying artistry. And now each time we hear the name "Jonathan Gruber" or see his sweet name trending on twitter, we flash back to that Pillow Talk Bar scene with the unforgettable Perry Blackwell:
"You lied, you dog, and you'll be sorry. You lied, you hound. And that's not fair."
With his incessant lying about Obamacare, Jonathan Gruber now ranks right up there with the great liars: the devilish Bill "I did not have sex with that woman" Clinton and Margaret "Negro Project " Sanger.
Now we learn that Gruber may have also been "the mastermind" behind the Freakonomics argument that killing black children in the womb saved the government billions:
According to Jerome Corsi writing for World Net Daily:
Obamacare guru shocks again with abortion boast
The Obamacare architect at the center of controversy for his frank admissions that passing the president’s signature legislation required lying to the American people published a paper during the Clinton administration observing that legalizing abortion saved the government $14 billion in assistance to economically disadvantaged mothers, including African Americans, and lowered crime.
MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber argued in his paper that without the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, “marginal children” would have been born to many poor mothers. He said statistics show these children would have been 70 percent more likely to live in a single-parent family, 40 percent more likely to live in poverty, 50 percent more likely to receive welfare and 35 percent more likely to die as an infant.
So here's to you, Jonathan Gruber. Henceforth, whenever we here your name, we shall recall the legendary "Pillow Talk" lounge piano singer, Perry Blackwell. "You lied, you dog, and you'll be sorry." Who is the stupid one now?