Friday, November 14, 2014

Lies Always Leads to More Lies

Just as the BH Obama presidency began in 2008, Obamacare, Affordable Health Care Act is a foundation of lies. The architect of the Obamacare system, Jonathan Gruber, shocked everyone who admitted that when it was found out just how much the health care system would cost and other factors – Obama and progressives insisted upon passing the bill even if they had to lie to do it.
Because it is good for the people, “people” meaning everyone else but the ruling elite, just like social security - whether they like it or not.
Soon after, Nancy Pelosi declared she did not know Gruber; despite mentioning him in a 2009 Obamacare pep rally in 2009. A bombshell exploded recently when the MIT graduate admitted that lies about the program commenced from the start.
Ron Fournier, National Journal, wrote:
[Gruber] called you stupid. He admitted that the White House lied to you. Its officials lied to all of us—Republicans, Democrats, and independents; rich and poor; white and brown; men and women. Liberals should be the angriest. Not only were they personally deceived, but the administration's dishonest approach to health care reform has helped make Obamacare unpopular while undermining the public's faith in an activist government. A double blow to progressives. On top of that, Gruber has helped make the legal case for anti-Obamacare lawyers...Last year, The Post helped document how Obama and his advisers knowingly misled the public during his 2012 reelection campaign by repeatedly saying that, under Obamacare, people could keep their doctors and keep their health plans. To knowingly mislead is to lie. "It's hard to know what might have happened if the truth had won the day," writes Post columnist Kathleen Parker. "But we do know that truth squandered is trust lost." And so even I have to admit, as a supporter, that Obamacare was built and sold on a foundation of lies. No way around it, unless you're willing to accept a political system that colors its lies—the reds, the whites, and the blues.
If you thought, in 2012, that Mitt Romney would have been the choice to replace Obama, in some ways that would be true, except the MIT expert that put Obamacare together also put Romneycare together for the state of Massachusetts - with little difference in the outcome; both being a lie of being better for Americans.  They don't call Massachusetts "Taxachusetts" for nothing. If GOP did not learn their lesson by putting a 'poster boy' candidate of their choice (instead of the people's choice) and choose a candidate that will actually seek reformation and perform as a constitutionalist, it will only slow down the slip towards socialism rather than revert back to the constitutional republic intended. Despite high state tax rate, the state of Massachusetts (with help of Ted Kennedy) sucked out $4 million (over the amount state tax payers got bilked for) for that "health care plan" that Romney bragged about. Folks, whatever name you call social programs withing the bureaucracy of big government - it all boils down to socialism, which always economically kills any state and its government after becoming deep in debt from nannyism. Combined with political correctness, it is a formula for disaster for people who want rights and liberties.

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