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White House, on Obamacare High, Ranks POTUS With LBJ

(Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

(Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The White House’s self-congratulations on Obamacare don’t appear to be slowing down any after last-week’s victory lap, judging by a background briefing with a senior administration official Monday.

Republicans bet big that the Affordable Care Act was going to be a failure, and they were wrong, said the official, who spoke to reporters on the condition that no direct quotes would be used. The GOP may think the health care law is going to sink Democrats, but that is not going to happen, the official said.

Instead, the Affordable Care Act would go down as one of the greatest achievements by any president in history, the official predicted, comparing President Barack Obama’s legislative achievements in his first two years in office favorably to President Lyndon Johnson’s accomplishments. (For those keeping track, LBJ’s achievements include civil rights, voting rights, Medicare and Medicaid, to name a few). The president will speak at an event later this week at the LBJ Presidential Library in Texas.

The official also told reporters that Johnson had other advantages, like being able to employ earmarks and other tools that don’t exist any more. The 36th president had a more reasonable and rational GOP to deal with, the official said.

(Flashback: Obama Aloof Behavior With GOP Could Hurt Agenda)

Unexpectedly achieving more than 7 million initial sign ups last week — and adding another 200,000 over the weekend — helps give the administration more space to talk about other issues, namely Obama’s opportunity agenda and pushes on minimum wage and pay equity, the official said.

While many in the press, including Roll Call, termed the White House’s celebration last week a victory lap, the administration official cautioned that the president sees it as just one marker in the law’s progress.

Some other tidbits and opinions from the official at the briefing:

  • The administration would be willing to have constructive talks with Republicans on an unemployment extension but won’t be subject to a hostage negotiation. So far, the White House hasn’t seen Republicans propose anything that could pass the Senate. (Read our story on what’s next for this legislation here.)
  • The official didn’t endorse Rep. Luis V. Gutiérrez’s declaration of July 4 as a time-frame for House action on immigration, but suggested the administration would probably know sometime this summer if the House is going to act. Any executive action would be limited and not be a substitute for congressional action, but the president is committed to finding a more humane way to execute the law.
  • The official riffed on the lack of productivity of the Congress, but said some things are still possible, like patent reform and immigration.
  • The president’s pen and phone agenda is exemplified by the minimum wage fight. The official highlighted state efforts and companies giving raises. Success won’t just be measured by Congress but by how many people have more in their paychecks at end of year.
  • The CIA’s review of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s detainee report would be done as quickly as possible, but the official didn’t set a time frame.
  • Opposition to equal pay will likely hurt Republicans.
  • Democrats have been very good on Obamacare messaging. The official noted Democrats saying they are open to considering bipartisan ways to improve the bill.

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  1. jswwrites

    April 8, 2014
    9:10 a.m.

    Has there been a president less like LBJ? LBJ was down in the trenches, talking, schmoozing, twisting the arms of members of Congress. He was personable, approachable, and knew how to get things done. Whether or not you think he was a good president, or right (I don’t), he was the antithesis of Obama, who is a terrible leader, disdains talking to even members of his own party, and who has no clue what he’s doing. Their ideology may be the only thing similar, and LBJ’s War on Poverty has led to more poverty (but at least it cost a ton of money)… As have O’s policies.

    • Browns Fan42

      April 8, 2014
      9:50 a.m.

      Well said. It appears that Obama really hates the influencing, schmoozing and arm-twisting that successful politicians must employ. It’s becoming even more clear that Obama, although he has an ideology, really doesn’t know how to get anything done. He’s simply a figure head. That said, I’m mildly afraid to know who is pulling his strings behind the scenes.

      • northstate

        April 9, 2014
        11:59 p.m.

        No one. He came in with a policy, and the ACA will be his legacy. If you want to look at strings pulled: Cheney’s war in Iraq; Bush didn’t wake up until the end, and then he yanked Cheney’s chain. No one is pulling Obama’s “strings”.

        • Sam Houston

          April 17, 2014
          2:05 a.m.

          Don’t be delusional with Obama lust. Try Soros, Zuckerberg, Gates, Gore, etc. Just follow the Progressive money trail. Might throw Bloomberg into that pile as well. Then there are Obama’s mentors and idles that were straight up Progressives. They indoctrinated Obama fairly well into puppethood. Maybe if someone would have yanked Bill Clinton’s chain, we would not had Somalia, 9/11, two bombed Embassies, Dot.Com bust, housing/lending bust, loss of moral turpitude in society, loss of family, far too many illegals, etc.

    • bowhowdy2

      April 8, 2014
      10:33 a.m.

      Exactly! Whether you liked LBJ or not, the guy worked the trenches.

      • northstate

        April 9, 2014
        4:17 p.m.

        He also spent his entire political life in the trenches. He would eat this Republican bunch for lunch. He knew where the bodies were buried, and he used that. He was able to play the dirty politics that D.C. has always excelled in. Obama is not as able to do that, but he knows what good policy is. He is just working against one of the worst, bought and paid for Congress since Truman’s “do-nothing” bunch. This Congress has achieved absolutely nothing to benefit the American people, nothing. They go home as often as they can to campaign to be re-elected to do nothing some more. Worthless bunch. When you follow a loser like Ted Cruz, you are not in D.C. to do your job.

        • DoucheOwebama

          April 10, 2014
          3:25 a.m.

          Oh, look. Another brain dead Blowbama d*ck sucking Libtard spewing more of his BULLSH*T for his uneducated and unwashed DUMBocrat constituents. GFY, douche.

        • Sam Houston

          April 17, 2014
          2:14 a.m.

          Hey Libtard, who is your hero? That old hack Pelosi? Perhaps you are a bit more refined and prefer the likes of “backroom deals” Reid? Obama is the worst President ever (Dan Quayle would make a better President) by his own accord. How quickly you forget that he was riding that Kool-Aid high his first two years of his first Term with Congress stacked knee deep in Demoncratic goo yet could not deliver. His one accomplishment, besides ignoring US Law,
          was to pass an overly bloated health redistribution bill, that nobody wanted, in the dead of night behind locked doors from the GOP, Independents, Media, and the Public. “You have to pass it to see what’s in it”. Nothing open about that. Not put online for Public review before it was hastily voted upon. Now we are stuck with his legacy. A totally contrived and screwed up FUBAR of a hack job legislation that is only successful at ruing the working class which is by design.

    • B Martin

      April 8, 2014
      11:02 a.m.

      The result of an “affirmative action” presidency. The job was attained by remediation rather than competency.

      • DoucheOwebama

        April 10, 2014
        3:24 a.m.

        A Community DISorganizer who is totally INCOMPETENT. Period.

    • northstate

      April 9, 2014
      11:57 p.m.

      Please enlighten us, Jsw: Stats about how the War on Poverty created more poverty. And, the ACA will save money; in fact, it already has. Hospital costs have gone down; doctors are joining groups as employees, salaried. You can wish it will all fail, but it won’t. It has already helped people who had no access to insurance. The same arguments were raised against Medicare and Social Security. Look at the rest of the industrialized world: Germany, France, England, Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Italy, all of Scandinavia, and Japan. None of those countries are going broke giving their citizens health care. Only the U.S. has a for-profit system, with middle men deciding who will get health care and who will not.

      • DoucheOwebama

        April 10, 2014
        3:26 a.m.

        Wow….just what color is the sky on YOUR planet, you sanctimonious douche? GTH, Libtard.

        • Sam Houston

          April 17, 2014
          2:22 a.m.

          The Kool-Aid is strong in this one.

      • Sam Houston

        April 17, 2014
        2:20 a.m.

        Sorry jack hole but I know too many people in the medical profession and those that support it. Hospitals area closing. Doctors are going out of practice. People are being let go while others have their hours cut. People are being forced to give up their Doctors and the treatments that work for them all in the name of Obamacare. Small businesses are afraid to hire. It hurts the American workforce. Hence the reason Obama is pushing for the $10.50 per hour minimum wage increase. Just slight of the hand by offering your more pay per hour, you will more readily accept your cut in hours. Win-win? Not a chance when employers have to pay more per hour, they cut back on hours and on hiring.

  2. P dot

    April 8, 2014
    9:14 a.m.

    LBJ was not a lefty punk kid community organizer slacker.

    • DoucheOwebama

      April 10, 2014
      3:27 a.m.

      Community DISorganizer.

  3. okiebob

    April 8, 2014
    9:28 a.m.

    I would say Obama more closely compares to my dog, Wonderboy.
    Wonderboy poops in the yard and sits there licking himself.
    That seems a more apt comparison to Obama’s presidency.

  4. Browns Fan42

    April 8, 2014
    9:55 a.m.

    I’ve seen sycopants in the media before, but Steven Davis has got to be ranked pretty close to #1. I nearly gerked at the other “tidbits” me mentioned.

  5. Blair Daines

    April 8, 2014
    10:31 a.m.

    This White House is No.1 in only one category in the history of White Houses.. Delusional Thinking!!

  6. tradermic

    April 8, 2014
    10:48 a.m.

    LBJ’s criminal incompetence was responsible for the deaths of over 55000 Americans. He lied his way through his Presidency, just like the current vile scum that inhabits the White House.

    • northstate

      April 9, 2014
      11:34 p.m.

      LBJ inherited Kennedy’s policy; he left office and had a heart attack. He didn’t want that war. Nixon pursued the policy with a vengeance. The names on the Wall started with John Foster Dulles’ lies about China and the “Domino Theory”, a crazy idea that Vietnam would go Communist and attack the U.S. With their big navy and air force, I guess. My cousin was in the Marines in ‘Nam and I know who was President at the time.

      • DoucheOwebama

        April 10, 2014
        3:32 a.m.

        You don’t know your a$$hole from a hole in the ground, you Libtard piece of SH*T. Just STFU and get your diaper changed, you douche.

  7. Elizabeth

    April 8, 2014
    10:52 a.m.

    I only wish Obama were exactly like LBJ. Because then he would NOT have run for a second term.

    • DoucheOwebama

      April 10, 2014
      3:38 a.m.


  8. Likely_Suspect

    April 8, 2014
    11:35 a.m.

    I apologize for the following language but we have to understand the truth that is not being told any longer. The following quotes are LBJ quotes:

    “I’ll have those n1ggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.” —Lyndon B. Johnson to two governors on Air Force One –

    “These Negroes, they’re getting pretty uppity these days and that’s a problem for us since they’ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness. Now we’ve got to do something about this, we’ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference.”—LBJ

    You can find this in Ronald Kessler’s “Inside The White House”

    • B Martin

      April 8, 2014
      11:40 a.m.

      …from that perspective, …perhaps BHO,……is like LBJ!!!

      • northstate

        April 9, 2014
        4:32 p.m.

        No, he is not the master politician that LBJ was; he doesn’t have the same long political history. And, he is reserved. LBJ was a back slapper. Two very different men. But, they are both Democrats with the same values.

        • DoucheOwebama

          April 10, 2014
          3:30 a.m.

          NO values and LYING pieces of SH*T. Yeah, they have THAT in common. Go f*ck yourself, Libtard.

    • Dan Wafford

      April 8, 2014
      1:12 p.m.

      The Democrats keep screaming that the Republicans are racist, that they are the champions of the black man. But it was Democrats who fought tooth and nail against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, including Democratic governors George Wallace, Lester Maddox and Orville Faubus. The majority of Republicans voted for the act, the majority of Democrats voted against it. LBJ’s statement quoted above is the true Democratic attitude toward blacks: “Let’s buy their votes.”

      • northstate

        April 9, 2014
        4:29 p.m.

        Southern Democrats fought the Civil Rights Act. Northern, Mid-Western, East and West Coast governors did not fight against civil rights. There were black students in all universities and colleges, except in the South.

        • DoucheOwebama

          April 10, 2014
          3:28 a.m.

          Take the gerbil out of your a$$hole and GFY, Libtard DOUCHE.

    • northstate

      April 9, 2014
      4:26 p.m.

      But, he worked with Everett Dirksen and he did pass the Civil Rights Act. Whatever he said, he did the job. And, without LBJ and Dirksen there would have been no legislation. By the way, LBJ was poor, hill country Texas. He was from another time and era. But, he passed a major piece of legislation: Black citizens got the right to vote. I remember this because I had friends who left law school to ride those buses in Mississippi to register black voters. And, who were the two governors he was schmoozing? Did they need to hear that? Probably. LBJ was a master politician. I remember Bull Connors, do you? Before that, Eisenhower sent federal marshalls South to escort black students into segregated colleges. When you really examine it, why should any Americans have had to go through any of that? Black working people paid taxes; they supported public schools with their taxes. Southern towns and cities were glad to take their money. It was an awful time, and it was terrible to watch. Now, it’s done. If you don’t like black people, fine. But, they have the same rights and privileges you do. They are American citizens. Deal with it.

      • Likely_Suspect

        April 9, 2014
        9:52 p.m.

        The point is that LBJ was pandering to the black vote, grudgingly. He was trying to keep them on the plantation by givng them a little to quiet them down, yet keep voting the straight Dem ticket. There was no altruism in his actions, it was purely political. He wasn’t “for” blacks, he just wanted them to be docile & vote Dem.

        • northstate

          April 9, 2014
          11:26 p.m.

          When LBJ voted for the Civil Rights Act he said that the Democrats would lose the South, but he voted for it. LBJ was not trying to keep black people on the “plantation”; he was doing the right thing for the right reasons. It wasn’t a matter of altruism, it was the right time. You can ramble on about plantations all you want to: LBJ ensured that black citizens got the vote. Enough said. And black voters are not “docile”. Are you racist enough? Lots of code words here: plantation, docile Takes me back to the ’60’s and the Civil Rights movement; MLK; Freedom Riders. I was there, but you were? or not?

          • DoucheOwebama

            April 10, 2014
            3:29 a.m.

            How do you get Northstate out of a tree…..
            Cut the noose. Yeah, I went there. Go to He//, you sanctimonious DOUCHEB*G Blowbama d*ck sucking Libtard POS.
            F*CK YOU.

  9. HenryC

    April 8, 2014
    11:45 a.m.

    Personality wise LBJ and Obama are almost polar opposites. LBJ smoozed and arm twisted and got the welfare he asked for. Obama did not want the ACA, He wanted government run health care. He had nothing really to do with it, It was Pelosi and Reid that birthed the ACA.

    • northstate

      April 9, 2014
      11:30 p.m.

      He wanted Single Payer, the right way to go. He knew he couldn’t get it with this right wing Congress. He had to deal with the for-profit health insurance industry, the middle men, who bribed and bought enough Congressmen to keep their piece of the pie. If he didn’t want the ACA he would have vetoed it. It was the best he could get. LBJ went through the same nonsense with Medicare and FDR had to fight a Hoover congress for Social Security. How many Americans would give up Medicare and Social Security. They won’t give up the benefits from the ACA either.

  10. ShadrachSmith

    April 8, 2014
    12:13 p.m.

    Obama worship appeals to fewer voters every day.
    Journolisters, by contrast, seem as smitten as ever :-)

  11. Dan Wafford

    April 8, 2014
    1:09 p.m.

    Last I heard, he was the equal of LBJ, JFK, Lincoln, Washington and MLK all rolled together. But he said, “Don’t quote me on that.”

    • DoucheOwebama

      April 10, 2014
      3:38 a.m.

      Blowbama is the 3rd greatest President in history. 42 are tied for 1st, Jimmy Carter is 2nd and the incompetent doucheb*g PresiDEBT Blowbama the wonder TURD is 3rd…

  12. Mygoodness

    April 8, 2014
    1:19 p.m.

    More like James Buchanan, he certain knew how to divide the country

  13. Arron Hall

    April 8, 2014
    2:29 p.m.

    Republicans are right that “Obamacare act” is going to be
    a big failure in the coming future as they are fully aware about the drawback
    of this law. Well no more afraid of Obamacare act after watching this which
    featuring proven tactics to beat the so called health care law.

  14. strathead

    April 8, 2014
    2:45 p.m.

    They forget to mention that LBJ was responsible for the foundation of the welfare state, for the beginning of the belief that the government should rob from the rich to give to the poor. And for extending the impact of the depression for years. So I kind of agree Obama equal LBJ.

    • northstate

      April 9, 2014
      11:39 p.m.

      “Rob from the rich” – are you one of those rich who got robbed? I doubt it. Warren Buffet is really, really rich and he was for paying more taxes to support domestic programs.

      • DoucheOwebama

        April 10, 2014
        3:36 a.m.

        And your lover George “my face is melting” Sorea$$ is a bast*rd who has NEVER paid taxes on his BILLION$ of illegally gained fortune. Now take the gerbil out of your a$$hole and crawl back in bed with your mommy, you diaper douche…
        God, the incompetence of you Libtards.

      • strathead

        April 10, 2014
        6:54 a.m.

        No, I am not one of those rich. I am a lower middle class Blue Collar worker who has worked since I was 14 for everything I have. I am quite proud of it. I resent those who feel they shouldn’t have to work half as hard as I have.

        And Warren Buffet was pushing for those with income to pay more taxes it is a great lefty shell game. He has very little income. He has wealth. The day that Warren Buffet pledges to live in a 1400 square foot house and drive a 10 year old car and live on a meager $100,000 a year and give all the rest away, I will have respect for him. Until then he is just another representation of everything wrong with the Left!

  15. valwayne

    April 8, 2014
    2:54 p.m.

    Obama is the most arrogant, weak, inept, INCOMPETENT, corrupt, dishonest, untrustworthy President in all of U.S. history. LBJ was a leader who could work with both parties. Obama couldn’t lead his way out of a paper bag. Obama’s job killing, economy killing policies, and endless LIES and abuse of Government power make him the very worst and most unfit President to ever sit in the White House in all of U.S. history. All we get from the lying, dishonest Obama regime is endless lies and propaganda.

    • northstate

      April 9, 2014
      4:49 p.m.

      Valwayne: There are some who would disagree. There are some who think Bush was the worst President ever; he lied about WMD in Iraq, lied us into war, got a lot of boys killed, destroyed Colin Powell’s reputation, fired Shinsecky who called him on his lies, forced the U.N. weapons inspectors out of Iraq, bombed Baghdad, destroyed Iraq’s infrastructure, schools and hospitals, murdered thousands, caused nearly 1,000,000 to flee their homeland, and gave tax breaks to his rich friends, as he called them: his “base”. Obama couldn’t compete with Bush’s feckless presidency no matter what he does. History will record Bush as one of the worst Presidents in the history of the U.S. Right up there with Hoover. Greenspan was his man who forced HUD to give mortgages to unemployed people with no credit rating. Remember the foreclosures that swept the country? A disastrous Administration. His tax breaks reduced revenue to the point where it affected domestic programs, good programs. And, now we are paying to rebuild the country he destroyed. Meantime, he sits in his bathtub painting amateur pictures. What a guy!

    • northstate

      April 9, 2014
      11:37 p.m.

      Who killed Obama’s Jobs Bill? Who tabled it, wouldn’t allow it to go to the floor for a vote? Who defunded scholarship funds? Who defunded infrastructure repair and renewal? The current Congress is a “know nothing” bunch of Tea Party illiterates. Any Congress that would follow Ted Cruz out the door and shut down the government at the height of tourist season in D.C. deserves to go down in history as the worst. All those families who planned their vacations to see the National Zoo, the Smithsonian, etc. Do you think that Ted Cruz should praised for his actions? Obama had nothing to with it. He managed to keep the Veterans Memorial open; that’s all he could do.

  16. Bambie Tibon

    April 8, 2014
    7:16 p.m.

    Taking time to understand and analyze ObamaCare is not against any law. If you welcome any solution available for ObamaCare then this video in is for you.

  17. Bob Stauskas

    April 9, 2014
    12:19 p.m.

    In this related YouTube video, comedian Russell Brand notes that Hussein Obama’s messiah complex is a symptom of mental illness:

    • northstate

      April 9, 2014
      4:38 p.m.

      Russell Brand is an angry man whose star has faded. And, who care what he thinks?

      • DoucheOwebama

        April 10, 2014
        3:36 a.m.

        TRUTH hurts, doesn’t it, Libtard diaper DOUCHEB*G. GFY.

  18. northstate

    April 9, 2014
    11:47 p.m.

    He doesn’t have much to work with. This Congress has obstructed everything he has tried to do. And, they are proud of it. McConnell is going to get payback; Kentucky instituted a successful ACA rollout. And, McConnell’s numbers don’t look good for re-election. The laugh is on the Republicans who wasted time trying to repeal the ACA. That is all they did. Other than repeal activity, they have accomplished nothing. We have bridges falling down; interstates in terrible shape; schools that need to upgraded to match the rest of the industrialized world; and a bloated DOD. That is where they spend their time and effort to ensure that all those military bases stay in each Congressional District. They could do something constructive there: turn those bases into WPA centers, put veterans back to productive work repairing and rebuilding this country. We don’t need a lot of pork filled MIC spending bills. How many admirals and generals do we need? Just filling their time, punching their tickets. Just like this overpaid, underworked, underachieving Congress.

  19. Bundle Up

    April 10, 2014
    4:47 a.m.

    Compassion? In this video we find our more regarding the Obama regime’s attacks upon a citizen with Stage 4 cancer:

  20. John Kenner

    April 10, 2014
    8:12 p.m.

    Why does Obama feel the need to lie so much about Obamacare?

  21. Elle's Island

    April 11, 2014
    2:50 a.m.

    Here we find a democrat fortune-teller conjuring up visions of the Obamacare roll-out that he organized:

  22. El Capitan

    April 13, 2014
    7:52 a.m.

    Here we find a democrat fortune-teller conjuring up visions of the Obamacare roll-out that he organized:

  23. Bambie Tibon

    April 13, 2014
    7:53 a.m.

    Find out how to turn Obamacare into an opportunity. Watch this video in to know how can Obamacare change your life and do something about it.

  24. Layla

    April 15, 2014
    1:36 p.m.

    LOL….this prez is trying to identify with every President but himself.

  25. Sam Houston

    April 17, 2014
    1:59 a.m.

    Who is this [official] dingdong? They expect us to believe this line of BS. Obamacare numbers have already been proven, ad nausea, to be trumped up numbers like the 2012 pre-election jobs/unemployment numbers, Government shutdown figures, and immigration deportations to name a few. Nothing that comes from this Administration can be trusted as factual. The most lying President in the History of the USA.

    BTW. Which half of our Mulatto President is channeling LBJ?

    “I’ll have those n**gers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.
    [Touting his underlying intentions for the “Great Society” programs,
    LBJ confided with two like-minded governors on Air Force One]”
    ― Lyndon B. Johnson

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