Ten Democrats who repeatedly lied about Obamacare.

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It wasn’t just Obama: Ten Democrats who repeatedly lied about Obamacare.

Each one made the same false claim that no one would lose their doctor or health plan because of Obamacare.



  • Cotour

    ” “if you like your insurance, you can keep it.” Without this assurance, it is unlikely ObamaCare would have passed. ”

    I find this statement to also be fallacious. Obamacare passed because it was going to be passed not because of any BS assurance that the president had given. A paradigm changing law was passed which effects all Americans, passed by only one party holding a momentary imbalance of power and majority, through every slight of hand and under the counter pay off that the congress and the senate could come up with.

    And now that the law is passed and it appears to be faltering and the president has “admitted” that he may have mislead the public about some of the details he will now make adjustments (above and beyond what is proscribed by the law). Now that you are stuck with it the president and HIS administration as he is so insistent in saying, are free to make law and get this thing really going in the direction it needs to go.

  • Joe

    I think Colin Powell’s pottery barn rule applies here, you broke it, you own it.

  • Edward

    Based upon the dates (before passage) that some of these quotes are from, it would suggest that this was an important point to some of those who voted in favor of it.

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