It Depends On What “Keep” Is

Mitt Romney accused President Obama on Sunday of lying to Americans about whether they could keep their health insurance

Romney slams Obama’s ‘dishonesty’ on health care

Obama lied, and people’s health care died.

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7 Responses to It Depends On What “Keep” Is

  1. Latitude says:

    who in their right mind…would want a president that mis-spoke

  2. gator69 says:

    Just wait until Progressives require mental health insurance, and ‘check ups’.

  3. Paul in Sweden says:

    The incompetence boggles my mind. 4.7 million unique visitors Day one and SIX enrollments into ObamaCare. At close of Day two 248 cumulative total enrollments into ObamaCare. The White House complained of capacity issues and tried to SPIN the issue saying ObamaCare was popular but the web site was designed with a capacity for 50,000 user per day. Now wouldn’t a White House administration that has a president that believes there are more than 57 States in the union plan for greater capacity. With a 50k user per day capacity, 30+ million uninsured and untold additional losing their insurance weekly how the hell did they think everyone could register by Jan 1st 2014?

  4. slimething says:

    There is no incompetence, this was all done on purpose. Also, you people just weren’t listening to the president when he said you could keep your healthcare plan if you like it. This is what he actually said.

    Seriously, this was known before the bill was passed. It was designed to overload the system and collapse it. The next step is universal healthcare and a complete takeover by the government.

    • Olaf Koenders says:

      The fact that he said to the entire country that “you can keep your plan if you like it”, can easily be upheld in court if a fine or lien comes your way. He must stick with his promise.

  5. Mike D says:

    Romney is showing why he lost. First, his timing is way off. He got out too fast on some criticism during the campaign and then looked dumb when events turned a different direction, and too late on others and looked too calculating. This is more than a month after the Obamacare website launch and he doesn’t even have a compelling criticism now that everyone has spent weeks already doing so.

    Second, he shows he actually was a big government fan to begin with as he says his solution would have been forcing all the states to cover everyone, just apparently in a kinder and gentler way. The real healthcare issue is a cost issue, not a need to force states and people to do things.

    Third, he needed to start throwing facts out there and not vague thoughts. Like comparing the millions who are losing their coverage, which is a “tiny number” or tiny fraction to the administration, to the only 7 million that were expected to be signed up for Obamacare by the March deadline. That apparently is such a significant number that they had to pass such a sweeping change for every single person in America (except illegals). If a few million is such a tiny fraction, then why is two or three times that worth screwing so many people for?

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