Skip to comments.Post your favorite Dem Obamacare lie
Posted on 10/24/2013 3:37:48 PM PDT by TurboZamboni
Include the person making the quote and the date the lie was made.
Bonus for including a link.
Favorite Obamacare lie:
“It will work”!
The best was hussein giving his speech a couple days ago and him, on cue, turning around to save the fake fainter stating, “You’re ok. I got you.” Be still my heart. What a hero.
You can keep your insurance, you can keep your doctor.
Aw, that’s like asking me to pick who my favorite kid is.
Besides, just the name of the act is a lie: “Patient protection and affordable care act”. Right.
I am wondering if retailers are busy lining up special deluxe $2,500 gift items for this year’s Christmas shopping season; jewelry, home entertainment centers and the like for families to buy with the money they’re going to save on insurance premiums over the next year.
Sunday morning I was able to log onto healthcare.gov. I managed to see some of the rates for my state — 3 insurance companies offering 41 plans.
I had no intention of signing up, as I am on Medicare Advantage, but I was curious.
They showed rates for 50+, single, male starting at $190 for the Catastrophic Coverage plan up to $722 for the Cadillac plan.
At the same time, one of the Sunday morning news-talk programs was running a clip of Obama claiming that the lowest premium was “under $100”.
The website did not have links to show what deductibles and actual coverages were for the various policies.
In addition to the low premiums lie, many pols and media kept repeating the ‘fine’ for those who did not join the first year was only $95.
Per other sources, that ‘fine’ is $95 OR 1% of the total family income.
That ‘OR 1% of the total family income’ provision seems to be so unimportant that it isn’t even mentioned.
Sebilius just said she didn’t work for the people calling for her resignation.
From Whitehouse.gov - President Obama Holds a Cabinet Meeting, September 12, 2013.
Remarks by the President Before Meeting with Cabinet Members
11:17 A.M. EDT
THE PRESIDENT: Well, obviously were missing a few members of our Cabinet here today. In particular, John Kerry is overseas meeting on a topic that weve been spending a lot of time on over the last several weeks -- the situation in Syria and how we can make sure that chemical weapons are not used against innocent people.
I am hopeful that the discussions that Secretary Kerry had with Foreign Minister Lavrov as well as some of the other players in this can yield a concrete result. And I know that he is going to be working very hard over the next several days to see what the possibilities are there.
But even as we have been spending a lot of time on the Syria issue and making sure that international attention is focused on the horrible tragedy that occurred there, it is still important to recognize that weve got a lot more stuff to do here in this government.
The American people are still interested in making sure that our kids are getting the kind of education they deserve; that were putting people back to work; that we are dealing properly with a federal budget; that bills are getting paid on time; that the full faith and credit of the United States is preserved; and that the federal government itself is, in every single agency, running the way it should and making sure that our constituents and the American people are getting a good deal.
So were going to spend some time here today talking about all the efforts that have been made by many of these Cabinet secretaries to streamline operations, to cut out waste, to improve performance, to improve customer satisfaction. Were going to focus on some specific issues, including managing some of the budget debates that are going to be taking place over the next several weeks.
Were going to be talking about the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, where weve seen some tremendous progress over the last several months and are confident that starting at the beginning of next month, people are going to be able to start signing up for health care -- in many cases, for the first time. And were going to spend some time talking about issues like comprehensive immigration reform that are still of enormous importance to ensure that America grows.
So I appreciate all the great work that people have done. Some of the Cabinet members here are still relatively new, but thanks to their confirmations and the great teams they put around them, I know that theyre hitting the ground running.
Thank you very much, everybody.
11:20 A.M. EDT
It's all a lie to cover Obama's incompetence.
Somebody should ask Obama EXACTLY what was discussed about the ObamaCare roll-out during this Cabinet meeting last month, and why he's frustrated and surprised about it now?
What did Secretary Sebelius say to him then? Did she mislead the President in front of all the other Cabinet Secretaries?
What does Obama plan to do about it now that he knows that he and his Cabinet were lied to by one of his Secretaries?
There are so many.
“I signed up for Obamacare without any problems and I’m paying less now than I was before”
To Congressman Stupak (Stupid): The Affordable Health Care act will not include Abortion.
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA;
My Administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in Government.
White House Email: Hey, Look, Five People Have Signed Up for Obamacare!
This pure Boo Chit.
There is no Part Time idiot, at the age of 22, who is going to basically pay another car payment.
Further, he didnt have catastrophic insurance before. That is still another expensive option.
He works (2) two part time jobs and is now so gleeful he has $270 less each month to spend on chicks and drinks?
Dont think so.
The Lie from Salt Lake City? Gimme a break. A family of (5) five now has complete coverage for only $850?
And! And! He qualifies for subsidies and will pay some vague amount less? LOL
Kathy and her husband will pay $260? Is that for both or each?
Why is her deductible so much less than the 22 year old above. His is $3,000 and pays only $10 more per month but, but, Kathy and her husband will only have a $1,500 deductible?
A $2,500 delta.
Oh and as far I know, Dental Care, for adults isnt a part of ObamaCare but, a quick Google shows it may be purchased separately in some states? Maybe?
Kansas is right next to Missouri. So show me.
Tracy of Pennsylvania couldnt afford Health Insurance until October 1???
She only spent 90 seconds applying? ROTFLMAO!!!!!!?????
You cant apply for anything online that only takes 90 seconds and certainly not for something so overwhelming as this bogus program.
There is too much information you have to give that makes 90 seconds not just improbable but impossible.
Stupid and a blatant lie.
Maybe she lives in Missouri.
They did save the best for last though.
Butch, in Little Rock, pays $$1,069 for he and his wife under his private plan? Really? It says hes retired so I assume hes over 60. I dont know anyone who pays only $1,069 for a couple at that age but, that really isnt the point.
The math doesnt add up, erh subtract or...hell, I cant figure it out.
Apparently, he is going to save $13,000 per year????
How in the Fk is that going to happen?
He currently pays $12,828 per year for insurance and will now save $13,000 per year?
Is getting a check back for $172 bucks each year and still get health insurance?
Bizarro World and utter Balderdash.
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