For the record, we lost the healthcare plan we liked not because it covered too little but because it was too good (worried of Cadillac tax).
So any other presidential lies throughout history as blatant as the “If you like your plan, you can keep it” one?
“Read my lips: No new taxes” seems more like a broken promise than a lie; Bush possible meant it when he said it.
But I am still pretty young, so my presidential memory doesn’t go back very far.
Wow, how’d I forget Clinton. Of course, his lies did not directly affect me.
“If you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan. Period.” Needed the “period” for the extra dishonesty.
Now he’s pretending there were lots of qualifiers to that statement, but he made it clear there were none.
How about any future Republican compromise include that Obama must publicly apologize for the lies he used to sell Obamacare to the public.
Maybe Obama speeches should have that guy at the end of prescription drug ads who quickly explains all the side effects.
The sort of lossal failure Obamacare is is the “co” kind.
“You wouldn’t hit a man with Google Glasses, would you?” doesn’t work.
Obama and the Democrats lied about how Obamacare would force people off their plans, and the only way to deny that is more lies.
They flat out knew it wasn’t true but said it anyway to sell their product. Period.
I’m just waiting for the day Marvel can get all of its properties under one movie studio.
I’ll be proud to tell my grandchildren that I wasn’t a part of wasting “first black president” on an incompetent dummy.
Checked out the new Robin Williams sitcom. They’re letting Robin Williams be Robin Williams. I thought modern society learned not to do that.
If you like your lies, you can repeat them.