Skip to comments.David Axelrod claims Obama line on keeping your coverage was 'substantially' true
Posted on 11/05/2013 6:55:41 AM PST by theruleshavechanged
"The fact of the matter is, the president went out and said, I think he said what he believed to be the fact and what was substantially was the fact, because 90, whatever, 95, 96, 97 percent of Americans are in the position where they can keep the insurance they have and they're going to see no changes," Axelrod explained to MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Monday night.
Axelrod dismissed people currently losing their health plans as a "small group" of people who bought "substandard policies" in the individual market.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
“Fake but accurate.”
"small group" of people = mostly self-employed and small business owners who didn't vote for ObaMao anyway. IOW, the enemy.
"substandard policies" = policies which don't offer unlimited coverage for substance abuse, mental health, abortions and all the stuff our people are likely to use.
As laughable as this is... why does anyone now believe them when they say it’s only the individual market with this problem?
What about losing doctors?
What about losing employer coverage [half will.]
And NOBODY will believe them when they answer these questions... if anyone will ask.
we need to ask for a revote
They are sliding downhill fast right past desperate on their way to insane. Funny, but also dangerous.
Still lying about the lying. He and the Obamanation might as well say : “Catch me before I lie again. I can’t help myself.”
He should be given the opportunity to use that line on a judge and jury.
“Axelrod dismissed people currently losing their health plans as a “small group” of people who bought “substandard policies” in the individual market.”
A small group of several million people, at least.
The ARROGANCE of these bast- er, jerks! I’ve never seen such a high-handed, condescending administration in my life. Clinton’s flunkies wallowed in gutter politics, but this...this is a first in American politics for me. Wow.
he said it is substantially true because “90, whatever, 95, 96, 97 percent of Americans are in the position where they can keep the insurance they have and they’re going to see no changes,”
HA! That is a big lie too. Is it subtantially true if the number proves to be 75%? or?
and what constitutes NO CHANGES? HA! An increase in premium of 50-100% is NO CHANGE? a doubled deductible is NO CHANGE? etc.
That’s what I’ve been gathering -
the ones losing their insurance are, for the most part, people that Obama wants to punish anyway.
Reminds me of Clappers (NSA)statement :
"Thats the least untruthful answer I can give you "
Judd Hirsch’s twin is just as stupid as his brother.
Can’t we just “deem it to be true”, and “move on”?
.... are telling you it's raining ....... Do you still believe them?
“Substantially True” is a political term defined as “Actually False.
David Axelrod claims Obama line on keeping your coverage was ‘substantially’ true.
open mic on David: “And by ‘substantially’ true I mean, of course, that it was a cynical, calculated baldfaced lie designed to manipulate public opinion until we (the revolutionaries) gain complete totalitarian control. Then you who opposed us will PAY for your lack of vision.”
My last tax return was “substantially true”. Think the IRS will mind?
Axelrod is embarrassing himself.
That’s all they got now...well Obama only lied to about 129 million Americans who within the year will have their plans canceled, incur higher premiums and deductibles, and potentially lose access to their current providers.
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