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    Obama lies to get what he wants

     
    Well were absolutely 100% were lied to. No doubt about it I saw about 26 videos of Obama stating falsehoods in order to sway opinion towards his ACA law. We all know most were not happy about it with what we knew then and now no way anyone would vote for it now. So the entire premise of the people wanting this is a lie. Joe Wilson was absolutely right Obama is a liar and he saw it first. All the Democrats keep saying is it is better than the old system and Republicans don't have a plan. Nearly every plan they presented was ignored because it meant changes to ACA. This turd of a bill was supposed to save money and how can that be possible when the Website already is over budget by a BILLION dollars and folks that is just the tip of maintaining this technical toilet. They are also using our tax dollars to fund the difference between what the insurance company feels like charging and what they think a person should pay. It is still you money indirectly through your taxes. The other thing is no one is really signing up. Tiny percentages. That means the projected money savings are a farce too. So we were lied to about cost and service, the two things ALL of us wanted fixed. No way around this lie. Take a good hard look at how much money this joker is costing you folks - you know the big picture.

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