October 30, 2013

These Are What Obama’s Defenders Say Aren’t Lies

Filed under: Health Care,Taxes & Government — Tom @ 8:19 pm

Roll tape:

The video shows 22 instances from 2008 until September 2010, six months after March 2010, when Obamacare became law, where Obama made the “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan” promise. Two of those instances are from after March 2010. Others in March 2010 may have been after the law was signed.

In two of the video’s instances, he even referred to “private insurance.”

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