Ever since Colin Powell’s carefully timed endorsement of Barack Obama two weeks before the presidential election, the two appear to have a special bond. We wonder if Colin gave Barack any political advice about Obamacare (maybe that the Obama corollary to the Pottery Barn Rule — you break it, Bush did it — would no longer work).
Obamacare and the Pottery Barn Rule
By Asher Embry
Obama got an extra lift when Colin said he rocked.
Perhaps before ObamaCare those two admirers talked.
Did Powell warn with sage advice, though O sure must have known it;
His famous rule for pottery: you break it then you own it?
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