Legendary comedian Jackie Mason has uncorked a full-blown assault on President Obama and his troubled attempt at providing health care for Americans.
"It's such a ridiculous thing. The whole country's walking around wondering if this guy's really the president of a country. He sounds more like a maniac in an asylum," Mason said in a radio interview Sunday night.
"He's saying things that nobody believes. He was always lying every day of his life. Every time he talks it was a lie. The only time he told the truth is when you didn't hear from him."
"This is becoming so ridiculous, that even the biggest liar can't top himself," Mason, 82, told host Aaron Klein on WABC in New York City. "He looks at you straight in the face, and tells you that if you want your plan, you got your plan, you keep your plan. Now, a month-and-a-half later, you got no plan, you lost your plan, and he tells you you still got a plan."
The stand-up comic, who calls himself "The Ultimate Jew," continued on Obama: "He has a whole country walking around dizzy wondering who we're listening to. If this is a president of a country, how come he's the only one in America who doesn't seem to know what's going on here?
"Never did I expect a guy like this, the head of a country, to blatantly lie to your face, and then not only lie to your face, then lie about the fact that he never lied. Then lie again about the next lie he told. There used to be a time when you would worship the president, even if you didn't like him. You knew he told the truth because he's the president of a country. Now, he's the only guy in America who would have the nerve to lie this much.
"You say to yourself, 'Wait a second. Who am I listening to? Was this guy actually elected to the presidency? A man who's completely out of his mind, who's out of touch with humanity, with America, who doesn't seem to know what's going on here? Does he read a paper?'
"A guy like this should be locked up ... If he wasn't the president, he'd be in jail or in a sanitarium. He wouldn't be outside talking to people in this condition. He would be considered a danger to his own his own health, to his own life.
"The latest is that it's only 5 percent of the people, only 15 [or] 20 million people who are going to lose their plan. ... What if you shoot a guy? He's only one person out of 300 million. How come it's in the paper that you shot an innocent person and you go to jail for it? ... Since when do you destroy people and it doesn't count because it's too small a percentage?"