Assuming you mean the Lincoln quote, here’s one link.
Sorry, I wasn’t clear. No, I was interested in the Obama quote—when and where did he answer a the question about whether he and his family would be under the same healthcare program and said, “No, I want the best care for my family.”
Did he mean “No, I don’t want my family under the nationalized system proposed in Congress” or was he saying that he wanted the best care for them and (since he has to say this) since the new program is the best, “no, I don’t want them excluded from it, I want the best”
I find it very hard to believe that he would come out and say that he wanted his family outside the system Congress is proposing because he wanted the best for his family and therefore the program he’s betting his whole political future on is not the best care possible?? If he did say this, it’s wildly counterintuitive, so I’d like to know when and where he said it.
It’s not that I don’t doubt that he thinks this way—that he wouldn’t want his children under the nationalized health care system any more than Congress is going to be under it. I don’t doubt for a moment that he thinks this. But I find it hard to believe he said it.
So if you can give a link or other source, it’d be a huge propaganda plus for our side.