Skip to comments.Stunning Hypocrisy from Democrats in Wake of ObamaCar'es Broken Promises
Posted on 12/03/2013 11:07:28 AM PST by Kaslin
Hypocrisy and double standards are two things that disgust and infuriate all Americans, regardless of where they fall on the ideological spectrum.
Unfortunately, these qualities are far too prevalent in our political culture today, and are prime reasons why Washington and the politicians that work there are held in such low regard.
Nowhere is this more evident than in the implementation and implosion of ObamaCare.
During the debate over the deeply flawed bill in 2009 and 2010, voters were repeatedly assured by President Obama and his congressional allies that everyone who liked their current health care plan would be able to keep it. Period.
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Scott Brown couldn’t even beat a fake Indian. Why should we care what this RINO has to say?
“Scott Brown couldnt even beat a fake Indian.”
I’m sure if only you had been on the ballot in Massachussetts...
I watched that hearing from start to finish.
The demonic-rats were all shameless.
I muted the worst of them, including, but not limited to Luis Gonzales and Sheila Jackson Lee.
And if you name wasn't "Period", you couldn't.
He is missing the real hypocrisy.
If it is so good for everyone, why is Congress exempting themselves and their close buddies?
Technically the law requires congress get theirs from the exchanges but HHS ruled they would get a nice fat subsidy (employer contribution) so they can get the Gold plans at little cost to themselves unlike most others.
Recall Bohner proposed a CR extension that took that away and he couldnt even get the House conservatives to go for it, the night before the House passed the Senate CR.
Megyn grilled Lou Gomert TX about it on the Kelly file, but he didnt care. He said it wasnt good enough, wouldnt fix anything, so he gets the subsidy too. Win-win for him.
Even the RINO's voted against Obamacare. If they are bashing Obama let them talk.
It takes a lot of balls to run for office in Massachusetts with a (R) after your name.
For the record, Scott Brown probably agrees with Freepers on at least 35% of the issues.
Scott Brown is not the enemy.
Ummm, toss in an army of bagmen, ballot-tamperers, vote-counters working in locked rooms w/o cameras, libtard election judges, and a few dozen Kennedys, and you might be close to listing what he was up against.
Yeah. You could drown in a tidal channel in a submerged car.
He was misunderstood. He was speaking to women, saying if you had a period, you could keep it.
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