Barack Obama And His Democrat Party: The Most Documented Liars In The Entire History Of The Human Race

Barack Obama has a record that can only be broken by the Antichrist (whose useful idiot Obama is): Barack Hussein Obama is THE most thoroughly documented liar in the entire history of the human race.  And to paraphrase Obama, “Period.”

Regarding ObamaCare, which isn’t some inconsequential or tangential piece of legislation for Obama, but is his “signature legislative accomplishment,” Obama said stuff like this over and over and over and over again:

“No matter how we reform health care, we will keep this promise: If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. Period. If you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan. Period. No one will take it away. No matter what.”

It is now a conformed, documented fact that every single thing Obama said about his socialist health care hijack was a pure, distilled, unadulterated, total lie from hell.

Yesterday Obama came out and “modified” his story to say this:

“If you had or have one of these plans before the Affordable Care Act came into law and you really like that plan, what we said was, you could keep it if hasn’t changed since the law’s passed,” added Obama.

Let’s go back to the instant replay:

“If you like your current insurance, you keep that insurance. Period. End of Story.”

That is NOT what you said, Obama, you wicked liar.  Not even CLOSE.

I want you to note that that last quote was cited in a National Review article dated July 21, 2009.  And even THEN they were saying Obama was lying through his teeth.  That article cited facts why it was a lie, and then added immediately after quoting Obama above, “But what the president forgot to tell you is that his assertion is only true if the story were fiction.”

And a little more:

A recent NBC investigation found, “buried in Obamacare regulations from July 2010 is an estimate that because of normal turnover in the individual insurance market, ‘40 to 67 percent’ of customers will not be able to keep their policy.”

 But as recently as the 2012 presidential campaign, Obama was telling voters they could keep their plans.

We now know OFFICIALLY that senior White House officials KNEW that what Obama was saying over and over and over again about keeping your insurance was a lie.  And he kept saying it anyway.

And Obama has added lies to his lies, as an example lying about being able to call the phone number or fill out paperwork to get around the failed website – when BOTH merely kicked directly back to the failed website.

Like I have been saying all along, this demon-possessed man is a pathological liar without shame, without honor, without virtue and without integrity of any kind whatsoever.  Period.  End of story.

Even the überliberal Washington Post was forced to give Obama four Pinocchios on a scale of one to four Pinocchios.  Barack Obama lied to the American people.  Period.  And No Democrat will take it away.  No matter what.

But it actually gets even worse: Obama and his minions are STILL LYING.  As the (above-linked) WaPo fact check points out:

The administration is defending this pledge with a rather slim reed — that there is nothing in the law that makes insurance companies force people out of plans they were enrolled in before the law passed. That explanation conveniently ignores the regulations written by the administration to implement the law. Moreover, it also ignores the fact that the purpose of the law was to bolster coverage and mandate a robust set of benefits, whether someone wanted to pay for it or not.

The president’s statements were sweeping and unequivocal — and made both before and after the bill became law. The White House now cites technicalities to avoid admitting that he went too far in his repeated pledge, which, after all, is one of the most famous statements of his presidency.

The president’s promise apparently came with a very large caveat: “If you like your health care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health care plan — if we deem it to be adequate.”

The Obama White House knew as early as July of 2010 that every single thing Obama had said about ObamaCare – AND CONTINUED TO SAY – was a lie, and that upwards of 80% of people with individual health insurance would have their policies cancelled because of ObamaCare requirements:

“Remember: The President didn’t say if you like your plan and we approve it you  can keep it,” Stewart wrote, the Post reported. “He promised that if you like  your plan, you can keep it, period— “no matter what.”

Yet the NBC report  said the government knew that wasn’t true, saying that buried in regulations  from the July 2010 law was an estimate that because of normal turnover in the  individual insurance market, “40 to 67 percent” of customers will not be able to  keep their policy.

And because many policies will have been changed  since the key date, “the percentage of individual market policies losing  grandfather status in a given year exceeds the 40 to 67 percent range.”

“This says that when they made the promise, they knew half the people  in this market outright couldn’t keep what they had and then they wrote the  rules so that others couldn’t make it either,” Robert Laszewski of Health Policy  and Strategy Associates, told NBC.

He estimated 80 percent of those in  the individual market will not be able to keep their current policies and will  have to buy insurance that meets requirements of the new law, which generally  requires a richer package of benefits than most policies today.

Most analysts expect to see 15 million Americans’ health plans cancelled.  And they AREN’T being cancelled because insurance companies are greedy or evil, but rather because Barack Obama and Democrats in their sweeping takeover of the health care industry were greedy and evil in their tyrannous overreach.  They are being cancelled because older people had been allowed to buy policies that addressed their individual needs; now Obama is forcing everyone to have, for example, maternity coverage, even if they are elderly and well beyond their child bearing years.  The policies that do not have such coverage (and many other types of coverage as well) are FORCED to cancel them.

Democrats scoffed at 15 million people as a “mere five percent.”  But let’s remember that these demon-possessed liars imposed ObamaCare on us to provide insurance for only THIRTY million people who were uninsured.

Now, according to what we know, ObamaCare won’t actually help the people who were uninsured.  When ObamaCare is fully implemented, there will STILL be 30 million people uninsured.  ObamaCare did nothing for the people it most promised to help.  But now add to that 15 million who just got kicked off the insurance they HAD because of the devil’s little helper Obama.

And it is simply a FACT (as the liberal WaPo points out) that ObamaCare from the very outset was depending on people paying considerably higher premiums to subsidize the uninsurable and the uninsured who would also be forced into the market by government dictate.  Obama is subsidizing these people at the cost of forcing most Americans to pay far more for their health care than they had previously.

But it gets so much worse its unreal.  And remember, Obama promised over and over again, swore to the American people time and time again, that if you liked your insurance you would be able to keep it, no ifs ands or buts.

Try this on for size:

Expert: At least 129 million will ‘not be able to keep’ health care plan if Obamacare fully implemented
12:45 AM 11/04/2013

If Obamacare is fully implemented, 68 percent of Americans with private health insurance will not be able to keep their plan, according to health care economist Christopher Conover.

Conover is a research scholar in the Center for Health Policy & Inequalities Research at Duke University and an adjunct scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. In an interview with The Daily Caller, he laid out what he estimates the consequences of Obamacare’s implementation will ultimately be.

“Bottom line: of the 189 million Americans with private health insurance coverage, I estimate that if Obamacare is fully implemented, at least 129 million (68 percent) will not be able to keep their previous health care plan either because they already have lost or will lose that coverage by the end of 2014,” he said in an email. ”But of these, ‘only’ the 18 to 50 million will literally lose coverage, i.e., have their plans entirely taken away. This includes 9.2-15.4 million in the non-group market and 9-35 million in the employer-based market. The rest will retain their old plans but have to pay higher rates for Obamacare-mandated bells and whistles.”

If you are lucky enough to keep your insurance and not just have it cancelled outright from under your feet, you will be paying a whole lot more for it and probably getting a higher deductible to go with fewer doctors and options in whatever network you get stuck on.

The New York Times can’t bring themselves to say that their messiah whom they endorsed and voted for and worship lied.  Instead, he “misspoke” when he said something that was absolutely false.  These people are liars who lied for these last several years while the cancer of ObamaCare metasticized and now they’re lying about all the lies they told to sell us their lies.

The New York Times editorial smarmily lectures us in the following way:

Many higher-income people who won’t qualify for subsidies, however, will have to buy policies providing more benefits than they want. Maternity care for those who will not have children is one sore point. But that is one price of moving toward universal coverage with comprehensive benefits.

Tell you what: I want women to be forced to cover prostate exams and see how they feel about the shockingly higher cost of their health care premiums.  I think that my erection is a matter that every single woman in America should be forced to concern herself with and pay for – so I demand every woman be required to pay for my damn Viagra pills so Mister Happy can be happy again.  And just remember, women, that your higher premiums is just “one price of moving toward universal coverage with comprehensive benefits.”

People by the MILLIONS are going to be dumped off their health insurance plans that they paid for and were happy with because Obama doesn’t think they provide enough left-wing goodies.

Allow me to paraphrase some lines from the Clint Eastwood classic “Unforgiven”:

Will Munny: It’s a hell of a thing, killing a man’s health insurance plan. Take away all the health care he’s got and all he’s ever gonna have.

The Schofield Obama: Yeah, well, I guess they had it coming.

Will Munny: We all got it coming, kid.

We’ve all got it coming in the Obama States of America.

God judges a nation for the wickedness of its king.  And we’ve elected ourselves a most wicked king, indeed.  Believe me, we’ve got it coming.

Obama and his lying minions are similarly claiming that all of the people who are being cancelled are having their plans cancelled because they are substandard and a burden on the taxpayers because they don’t provide adequate coverage.  This is also a lie, as is documented in the case of a California woman with “world class insurance” who is losing her coverage.

Barack Obama will be guilty of this woman’s murder (note the subtitle):

You Also Can’t Keep Your Doctor
I had great cancer doctors and health insurance. My plan was cancelled. Now I worry how long I’ll live.
By Edie Littlefield Sundby
Nov. 3, 2013 6:37 p.m. ET

Everyone now is clamoring about Affordable Care Act winners and losers. I am one of the losers.

My grievance is not political; all my energies are directed to enjoying life and staying alive, and I have no time for politics. For almost seven years I have fought and survived stage-4 gallbladder cancer, with a five-year survival rate of less than 2% after diagnosis. I am a determined fighter and extremely lucky. But this luck may have just run out: My affordable, lifesaving medical insurance policy has been canceled effective Dec. 31.

My choice is to get coverage through the government health exchange and lose access to my cancer doctors, or pay much more for insurance outside the exchange (the quotes average 40% to 50% more) for the privilege of starting over with an unfamiliar insurance company and impaired benefits.

Countless hours searching for non-exchange plans have uncovered nothing that compares well with my existing coverage. But the greatest source of frustration is Covered California, the state’s Affordable Care Act health-insurance exchange and, by some reports, one of the best such exchanges in the country. After four weeks of researching plans on the website, talking directly to government exchange counselors, insurance companies and medical providers, my insurance broker and I are as confused as ever. Time is running out and we still don’t have a clue how to best proceed.

Two things have been essential in my fight to survive stage-4 cancer. The first are doctors and health teams in California and Texas: at the medical center of the University of California, San Diego, and its Moores Cancer Center; Stanford University’s Cancer Institute; and the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.

The second element essential to my fight is a United Healthcare PPO (preferred provider organization) health-insurance policy.

Since March 2007 United Healthcare has paid $1.2 million to help keep me alive, and it has never once questioned any treatment or procedure recommended by my medical team. The company pays a fair price to the doctors and hospitals, on time, and is responsive to the emergency treatment requirements of late-stage cancer. Its caring people in the claims office have been readily available to talk to me and my providers.

But in January, United Healthcare sent me a letter announcing that they were pulling out of the individual California market. The company suggested I look to Covered California starting in October.

You would think it would be simple to find a health-exchange plan that allows me, living in San Diego, to continue to see my primary oncologist at Stanford University and my primary care doctors at the University of California, San Diego. Not so. UCSD has agreed to accept only one Covered California plan—a very restrictive Anthem EPO Plan. EPO stands for exclusive provider organization, which means the plan has a small network of doctors and facilities and no out-of-network coverage (as in a preferred-provider organization plan) except for emergencies. Stanford accepts an Anthem PPO plan but it is not available for purchase in San Diego (only Anthem HMO and EPO plans are available in San Diego).

So if I go with a health-exchange plan, I must choose between Stanford and UCSD. Stanford has kept me alive—but UCSD has provided emergency and local treatment support during wretched periods of this disease, and it is where my primary-care doctors are.

Before the Affordable Care Act, health-insurance policies could not be sold across state lines; now policies sold on the Affordable Care Act exchanges may not be offered across county lines.

What happened to the president’s promise, “You can keep your health plan”? Or to the promise that “You can keep your doctor”? Thanks to the law, I have been forced to give up a world-class health plan. The exchange would force me to give up a world-class physician.

For a cancer patient, medical coverage is a matter of life and death. Take away people’s ability to control their medical-coverage choices and they may die. I guess that’s a highly effective way to control medical costs. Perhaps that’s the point.

Ms. Sundby lives in California.

Again, Ms. Sundby – may God heal her because Barack Obama will surely callously murder that woman – is (still) living proof that everything Obama and Democrats have said and are now saying about ObamaCare and about insurance companies were diseased lies from the most rabies-ridden depths of hell.  This woman did NOT have a “substandard” plan; she had an excellent plan.  The insurance company was NOT “greedy” or “evil”; it had paid out over a million dollars to keep this woman alive in a fight that Barack Obama just surrendered for her on her behalf.

On this blog, I have been consistently saying that ObamaCare was truly evil.  And I say it more loudly and with more evidence to support my cries today than I have ever had.  And if this demonic takeover of health care continues, I guarantee you I will have even MORE evidence because this thing is as catastrophic of a failure as it is an evil takeover of what had been the best health care on the planet such that world leaders came HERE when they faced serious illnesses.

I think of Republicans who tried in vain to stand against ObamaCare – only to get excoriated by a demonic Nazi Joseph Goebbels media just a few weeks ago.  Just realize: they TRIED to do what was right for the American people, but the American people would have none of it.  And so when you lose your insurance, Democrat, independent, or Republican RINO who wouldn’t stand with Republicans like Senator Ted Cruz, just remember that you deserve it.

I submit for the record that Edie Littlefield Sundby’s sin was what she expressed in her second sentence: “My grievance is not political.”  Because it damn well SHOULD have been if she wanted to live.

If you want to live, you’d better be out in the street demanding that Barack Obama be forcibly impeached and removed from office and put on trial for his crimes.  And you had better be demanding that the Democrat Party be criminalized and that every single Democrat be hunted down with dogs and burned alive lest they inflict an even worse evil upon what is left of this nation.

Under Barack Obama, in these days before the Antichrist whose useful idiot Obama has been and continues to be, things are going to get increasingly ugly.

And this nation, this “one nation, under Obama” richly deserves it.

Let’s remember to say our pledge of allegiance as messiah leads us into hell:

[In unison]: “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the Obama States of America, and to the Messiah for which it stands, one Nation divided by race, class and gender, with redistribution and Marxist fairness for all.”

And don’t forget to praise the Antichrist and get ready to accept the mark of the coming ultimate big government tyrant.

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23 Responses to “Barack Obama And His Democrat Party: The Most Documented Liars In The Entire History Of The Human Race”

  1. Jojo Says:

    We saw this coming, and were labeled as right wing nut jobs for trying to warn and protect our rights. Their agenda is now a monster, devouring everything and everyone it can. The policy is now only for the policy, and the people are just fuel to fire.

  2. Dog Walker Says:

    According to this guy Dionne … you are just parroting the noise.
    Pretty weird eh?

    I shouldn’t be saying much about the kind of noise I’d be liking to make.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/ej-dionne-jr-the-noise-around-obamacare/2013/11/03/1b6f8e6c-4352-11e3-8b74-d89d714ca4dd_story.html

  3. Dog Walker Says:

    Mother Jones is not my favorite publication or information source. But not even they will cover for the corruption of VA’s new gov.

    http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/11/terry-mcauliffe-governor-virginia

    I hate Democrats with an unhealthy passion.

  4. truthunites Says:

    Makes me upset with Obama voters.

  5. Dog Walker Says:

    If you are caught up on your blood pressure meds read the comments that the Comrades are making in that Mother Jones article.

    I need to have my internet turned off and take refuge in a better Book.

  6. FMC Says:

    Great article, Michael!

    There is also another aspect of this that really hasn’t received much attention, lately: DEATH PANELS and rationing. For those idiots that voted for Obama, who in turn also voted for and supported this hellish piece of legislation by proxy, there really are death panels in it. Since it’s inception, the progressive, liberal socialists have laughed and scoffed at this assertion, basically portraying conservatives as wacko extremists with incurable mental-disease. Remember how Palin was portrayed when she referred to the death panels. In fact, I think she was the one who originally coined the term…. For three years we conservatives have warned about the realities of the ACA. Now, as this turd is slowly being implemented, they are becoming obvious to anyone with even half a brain. But still there are many that will not accept the truth and dwell in darkness.

    The results of socialism are death, disease and poverty. When one has reached old age, is genetically inferior or simply has no value, they are left to die or killed out right. Only those that are useful to the state are given a degree of grace. I often wonder what the liberal media will say when seniors are denied life-saving treatment, when nursing homes are turned into death camps. Or the myriad who will simply perish because they could not receive proper treatment in time, because there aren’t enough doctors, medicine or the wait was simply too damn long.

    You are right, we will be judged and this righteous judgment will be brought upon our selves, as we as a country have voted not once but twice for this evil man. Sometimes, I just can’t believe America is this stupid!

  7. Dog Walker Says:

    (I found this on NBC)

    Bean@home
    John Doe-2241225 had this to say

    “Better Quality Coverage”. BullSH**!! Its coverage for things they dont want or need. STOP LYING TO OUR FACES LIKE WE OUR IDIOT!! I’m tired of this. So many lies.

    Most people who have gotten new policies have already found that the coverage is much better. I’ve got to pay for coverage for, oh, injuries I might incur due to athletics–though I don’t do athletics. Any kind of coverage is going to have things one doesn’t need–but just because it is there doesn’t mean one is paying “more.” Health care coverage is not like buying food from McDonald’s–you wouldn’t get a lower bill necessarily by cutting something. Most of the things that are mandatory are, in fact, needed by most people.

    Further, we’ve always known that some people would lose their policies. It’s about 5-10% of people who are affected. Obama tried to explain this, but people couldn’t follow the points. He had to boil it down so that very stupid people could follow the points.

    Yes, 5% is about 15 million people. Previously, 48 million people had no coverage. Funny how you didn’t care at all about the 48 million people who couldn’t get care in the “Wild, Wild West” of healthcare previously, but now suddenly you are terribly concerned about one-third that number.

    How can the program be “worthless”? These are the same, private company policies which were available before and which are available now. Some people may be getting a bit more care than they think they need (they are probably wrong), but this doesn’t make something “worthless.” Remember that, if it turns out that these things genuinely aren’t needed, it will be very easy to tweak the system to take those out.

    Let’s be serious–the Heritage Foundation, in the 1980s, came up with the idea of a mandatory policy so that the number of people buying insurance would be raised and so the free market system would see to it that the price came down. Newt Gingrich and the Republicans championed the basic idea (with some modifications to improve it) during the 1990s. Mitt Romney and his crew put it INTO PLACE in Massachusetts in the 2000s. The policy put into place by the Congress (which we have now) is essentially identical to that of Romney.

    All policies–including the one by Romney–are going to have positive and negative effects. Anyone who thought that there wouldn’t be soul who would lose coverage is an idiot. The vast majority of people (that is, the 84% who already had healthcare, less the 5% who are now having problems–which is 79% of the people) get to keep their policies and their doctors and so forth. For the vast majority of us, every word Obama said is true. We got to keep our policies; we got to keep our doctors.

    The people who are being affected by this are principally well-to-do people who can very easily afford to get a new policy. They may pay more (or they may not–it really remains to be seen)–but this won’t be a burden that they cannot bear. They won’t be going without insurance, and they won’t be getting bankrupt, and they may well find that the stuff they didn’t think they needed, they needed.

    In any case, this article is WRONG and needs to be corrected. One is not limited to buying new insurance through one’s old carrier OR the exchange. No one is limited to the exchange (unless they qualify for federal aid and want it–one can only get aid through the exchange). You can buy your healthcare wherever you like–as long as it has a minimum number of things on it so that the REST OF US will not wind up paying for you when you wind up getting sick or injured by something that you THOUGHT would never happen.

    The feds never expected to have to design a site which would work for 38 states. They figured that most states would–if not all states would–design and manage their own programs so that they would run more smoothly. Kentucky did, and their exchange works beautifully. Because the feds didn’t expect the 38 states to balk (many of them didn’t do a danged thing), they didn’t budget for that complex of a site, and so they hired people at a cut rate to keep the costs down. That may sound odd to you–but, yes, they are committed to trying to keep the costs as low as possible. So, the site isn’t working right now. They’ve pushed it back to the end of November, and the sign-up has been pushed back.

    The “wild, wild west” of healthcare still exists, John Doe. You can buy your healthcare wherever you like–there are some very minor rules for how low you can go, but that’s it.

    This was a Republican plan–it was always a Republican plan. The Democrats accepted it because they THOUGHT that by caving in to the Republican plan and instituting it, that the populace would go along. A good 30% of people think that this plan doesn’t go FAR ENOUGH.

    Seriously–what is your problem. Instead of 15% of the population being completely messed over–the part of the population with the fewest resources and who sufferedt he most–about 5% of the population is being mildly inconvenienced by having to get a new policy from their old insurer, a new insurer, or to shop via the website that is currently messed up (and which they don’t have to shop from anyway). You don’t want to use the exchange? Don’t. There are other private exchanges you can shop from, or you can just get online and request quotes from private insurers to your heart’s delight.

    It is likely that the rules need tweaking–but, seriously, this amount of venom for the president when all he did was cave and use the plan for reforming health insurance that the Republicans had been promoting for two decades? Seriously? Why the venom?

  8. Michael Eden Says:

    FMC,

    I keep coming back to the words I once asked a relative, “Why are you a Democrat?” His answer, “Because Democrats help people.”

    It was based on the fools’ assumption that Jesus cared for the poor, and ergo sum Jesus was a big government socialist.

    The two are non sequitur. They have nothing to do with each other.

    In fact, NOWHERE IN THE NEW TESTAMENT is there EVER a call for government to take care of the poor. Jesus NEVER suggests that Herod’s government or Pilate’s government begin “big government programs” to help the poor.

    When there are poor or hungry people, Jesus says to His disciples, “YOU feed them.”

    The ONLY place that the role of government is praised is in Paul’s description in Romans 13:1-5 regarding the government to punish criminals and warmongers and thus prevent the evil nature of man from triumphing in violence.

    The ONLY place where you can find God saying that it is government’s duty to help the poor is IN THE OLD TESTAMENT THEOCRACY.

    If liberals want to impose a JUDEO-CHRISTIAN THEOCRACY, then fine. I’m all for it. That would justify the government taking care of the poor. But in FACT they despise such.

    I think of 1 Samuel chapter 8 about the big government king and the repeated refrain, “He will TAKE.” Human government is NOT praised in the Bible.

    It is CHRISTIANS and religious people who care for the poor.

    But Democrats are AT WAR with Christians in particular and religion in general.

    THAT is why Democrats are in actuality at WAR with the poor and have succeeded only in keeping them repressed and in poverty as they have prevented the Church from performing its God-given role to help the poor.

    In my own area, in a nearby city (Indio) the city council actually BANNED Christian churches from locating in the main business district because they HATE the poor and value “revenue” instead.

    For Democrats, “the poor” are their cynical tool to exploit their way to statism. Government is their god and the only god with whom they will have to do.

  9. Michael Eden Says:

    truthunites,

    It is the nature of wicked people to prefer lies to the truth. Such has ALWAYS been the case.

  10. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    As your physician, I prescribe that you start hating them with a HEALTHY passion instead…

  11. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    Of course, when Bush was president, turds like E.J. Dionne were ALL FOR noise parroting. And they only needed the tiniest FRACTION of “noise” to act like parrots.

    Democrats are hypocrites without shame, without honor, without integrity and without any virtue whatsoever. And Dionne is a case in point.

  12. Michael Eden Says:

    Jojo,

    I have recited these words several times. They come often to me now as I view the pure rabid ideologue mindset of the left:

    …..Any opposition to Hitler is ruthlessly eradicated. Tens of thousands are imprisoned. Journalist Stephan Laurent dared to criticize The Fuehrer…..

    “I am writing this from cell 24. Outside a new Germany is being created. Many millions are rejoicing. Hitler is promising everyone precisely what they want. I think when they wake to their sobering senses, they will find they have been led by the nose and duped by lies.”

    Anyone who is not a fool keeps seeing Obama leading us down a dark path to ruin and despair. But rabid liberal ideologues are pathologically immune from reality. We’ve seen such before…

  13. Michael Eden Says:

    Seriously–what is your problem. Instead of 15% of the population being completely messed over–the part of the population with the fewest resources and who suffered the most–about 5% of the population

    My response to this fellow would be to point out that

    1) THE PRESIDENT PERSONALLY GUARANTEED THAT NO ONE WOULD LOSE THEIR HEALTH PLAN. “PERIOD. END OF STORY.” If you like liars and want to reward them, continue supporting Obama. If you have integrity, you won’t.

    2) The writer of this is ignorant of his facts. It will NOT be “five million” or “5%” who are affected by the president’s lie (see above); it is now 129 MILLION.

    And I expect that number to rise because of this awful, demon-possessed law.

    The basis of this law is that Obama knows best and that everybody else is a stupid farm animal who can’t make good decisions for self/family. And so they need Obama to decide that they need to cover all kinds of things for them whether they actually need that coverage or not.

    On that logic…

    Let’s all understand, religion is healthy. And obviously, the more upgraded one’s religion, the healthier that person would be.

    The next right wing president should apply Obama’s attitude toward health care (you people are ignorant and I should decide what you want and what you get) to religion: everyone should be forced to “upgrade” to my view of religion and buy my religion. Or pay a “fine.”

    Oh, wait, Muslims already did that with Islam, didn’t they????

    Rabid totalitarianism is a nut that always falls close to the rabid totalitarian nut tree, isn’t it?

    It is the quintessential nature of liberals to be fascists. They are fascists to their core and they want to impose their fascist government on everybody else; they just can’t help themselves.

  14. Dog Walker Says:

    (so here is Kathleen Parker acknowledging that everybody knows that Obama lied)

    WASHINGTON – Among the many rules I grew up with, two stand out. The first was never call someone a liar, which was considered the worst possible character indictment one could issue. The accuser had best be prepared to fight or be fleet of foot.

    The other was a dictum so oft-repeated that it is permanently tattooed on my brain: “If you’ll lie by omission, you’ll lie by commission.”

    This first rule sheds light on why it was so shocking when in 2009 Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., shouted, “You lie!” as President Obama was addressing Congress. Beyond an insult to decorum, it was widely viewed as another tipping point in our descent into incivility.

    Now that the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, has been released upon the land – sort of – Wilson is being regaled in Republican quarters as the voice of Cassandra, though his outburst was prompted by Obama’s saying the act wouldn’t insure illegal immigrants.

    “The big lie,” as the president’s broken Obamacare promise is now known, was that everyone could keep his or her doctor and insurance policy under the ACA. No one, Americans were justified in inferring, would be remotely inconvenienced by Obamacare.

    Instead, the reality is well-known: Millions are expected to lose their insurance policies, while others will see their premiums skyrocket.

    It is still jarring to my adult psyche to impugn another, especially the president of the United States, as a liar, so I won’t. But it is not possible to pretend that the American people have been told the truth. Nor is it possible to pretend that Barack Obama has been completely honest.

    The question is, how much dishonesty from a president is tolerable? How can a dishonest president lead a nation? The truth is, if the president were not immune from such things, the American people could file a class-action suit on grounds they were sold a product under false pretenses. In the private sector, we call that fraud.

    Now the White House tells us that Obama always meant you could keep the insurance policy you like if it met the standards of the ACA. Apparently, plenty of people involved with the law, including the House minority whip, Steny Hoyer, D-Md., who recently said so, have known for at least three years that between 40 percent and 67 percent of those in the individual market would lose their policies.

    Press secretary Jay Carney explained: “What the president said and what everybody said all along is that there are going to be changes brought about by the Affordable Care Act that create minimum standards of coverage, minimum services that every insurance plan has to provide. … So it’s true that there are existing health care plans on the individual market that don’t meet those minimum standards and therefore do not qualify for the Affordable Care Act.”

    Well, as the guardian of the Emerald City gates said to Dorothy: “Bust my buttons! Why didn’t you say that in the first place?!”

    We know why. This sin of omission wasn’t an accidental oversight. It was a feint, because many Americans wouldn’t have followed the wizard had they known the truth.

    There’s a reason the ACA implemented popular aspects of the bill first – allowing parents to cover their children until age 26 and eliminating their children’s pre-existing condition barrier to insurance coverage – before the 2012 election and postponed the nasty news until enough people were hooked on Obamacare’s sugar.

    And, of course, after the president was re-elected.

    This is what Republicans were referring to when they wanted to impede the law before the rollout because people might like it. Sugar is addictive after all.

    Former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau tried to explain otherwise: The president kept repeating the promise – some 23 times – because the White House was trying to keep things simple so as not to confuse people with too many details.

    This is not only insulting on its face but is also not precisely true. Some might have been alarmed by the details, but they wouldn’t have been confused. Either the White House doesn’t have faith in the people or it doesn’t have faith in its own plan.

    To sum up, the American people were duped; the administration did not misspeak, as The New York Times editorialized.

    The administration knowingly misled with a false promise and a deliberate omission. Worse, they did it for your own good because you might be confused by the truth.

    Call it what you will.

    Copyright, Washington Post Writers Group; email to kparker@kparker.com.

  15. Dog Walker Says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraud_in_the_factum

  16. Michael Eden Says:

    “Fraud in the Factum is a type of fraud where misrepresentation causes one to enter a transaction without accurately realizing the risks, duties, or obligations incurred.”

    Dog Walker,

    This is where Democrats excel. Because on the selling end you’ve got Democrats – who are pathologically dishonest people. And on the buying end you’ve got Democrats – who are pathologically gullible people.

    Here is an exhaustive classification of Democrats. There are two and ONLY two kinds of Democrat: there are the George Soros/Barack Obama-type Democrats who peddle lies, and there are the Democrats who buy/vote for those lies.

    Which is to say that if a Democrat is on either end of a transaction, fraud in the factum will be a necessary component.

  17. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    Good piece by K. Parker. Thanks for posting it here.

    She and I have a rather major difference in perspectives. She says:

    It is still jarring to my adult psyche to impugn another, especially the president of the United States, as a liar, so I won’t. But it is not possible to pretend that the American people have been told the truth. Nor is it possible to pretend that Barack Obama has been completely honest.

    I say the truth is everything and the more ugly a truth is the more it needs to be told. When you’ve got a diseased and evil mind like Hitler’s or Stalin’s or Mao’s – OR OBAMA’S – people need to be told the TRUTH warts and all.

    I wonder how many people who have lost their health plans because of Obama’s lies have asked, “Why weren’t we told this man was a liar?” And of course PEOPLE LIKE ME DID TELL THEM.

  18. Dog Walker Says:

    I think the meat of Kathleen’s article lies in her statement where she repackages the lie as a “feint.” So we don’t have “fraud in the inducement” we have Obama faking us out for the greater good.

    She is a crook in the company of crooks and is bending over backwards on behalf of dishonesty.

  19. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    That’s not my reading of her article. I’ve never been a huge fan of hers (she used to be syndicated as the closest thing the local snot rag we call a paper would tolerate as a “conservative” voice), but when she concludes, “The administration knowingly misled with a false promise and a deliberate omission. Worse, they did it for your own good because you might be confused by the truth”, she is arguing that 1) Obama lied; 2) Obama deliberately and knowingly lied; and 3) he lied the way nanny-state bureaucrats who view themselves as superior to the human farm animals they want to rule over – “for our own good.” Which is to say that elitist Democrats believe that they somehow evolved to be “homo-superior” and that all other humans were bred to be ruled over (by the Democrat – think “Aryan” here – Master Race).

    I agree with all three of those points that she makes.

    On my view of K. Parker, when a RINO moderate like her gets this pissed off, Obama may be in truly serious trouble.

  20. Dog Walker Says:

    I see what you mean and agree now that you mention it.

  21. Dog Walker Says:

    By Ann Cherry / Sandia Park resident | Sat, Nov 9, 2013
    I received a notice a few weeks ago from my insurance company that I would be permitted to keep my fairly high-deductible policy, which has served me well for 15 years. I just received a notice last week that due to the “Affordable” Care Act, my monthly premium will go from $178 per month to a whopping $420 per month (just for me, because my husband is now on Medicare).

    So I will now be paying 2½ times as much for the exact same coverage.

    According to my insurance company, my new higher rate includes the government mandated “Annual Fee on Health Insurers” and the “Transitional Reinsurance Program Contribution Fee.” Wow, great … so I will now be paying a monthly fee for the privilege of “transitioning” to a higher insurance rate!

    Only our federal government could think this up.

    The promises made by the Obama Administration and Democratic politicians, that our rates would decrease – “by an average of $2,500 per year” – and that if we liked our policies and our doctors we could keep them – tens of millions will be losing their current policies and losing their doctors – have proven to be flat-out lies.

    In contract law, this is known as “Fraud in the Inducement,” and, in the real world, it is a crime punishable by imprisonment.

    Middle-class people and young people (who are) not eligible for taxpayer-funded “subsidies” will be put into a terrible financial bind by these new government-mandated higher rates.

    The 52 percent of us who actually pay taxes will see their tax rates go up-up-up to fund these “subsidies,” and Medicaid enrollment will double, triple and even quadruple, as people continue to drop out of the work force because they can’t afford individual or work-related health insurance and can make as much or more on welfare, Medicaid and “disability insurance” than they can by working.

    Who will pay for the expanding Medicaid rolls – the “federal government?” News flash: That “federal government” is funded by you and me, and it is now $17 trillion in debt.

    So, for whom, exactly is the Affordable Care Act actually “affordable”? For members of Congress and their staffs, because us taxpayers will be subsidizing 70 percent of their “Gold Level” plans; for union members (all health care plans that come from “collective bargaining” are exempt, and unions are, after all, subsidizing the Democratic Party); for people who don’t pay for their health care anyway; and for the tiny percentage of people with “pre-existing” conditions who were unable to obtain individual private health insurance. (Employer-funded group health plans never did have exclusions for “pre-existing” conditions.)

    And for those who think this is just a way to get us to “single-payer” health care, consider how well our federal government is doing so far in almost every area, including this abomination, and ask yourself whether you really want the liars, criminals and lame-brains in Washington running the entire health care system.

    As it has been said before, “If you think health care is expensive now, just wait until it’s ‘free.’”

  22. Michael Eden Says:

    Dog Walker,

    I watch Fox News (surprise shocker!!!) and probably have the same feeling about Kirsten Powers that you have toward Kathleen Parker. Most of the time, Powers is a reliable left wing loon. But you can’t always count on her to be a doctrinaire left wing loon, because every now and then she displays some scintilla of integrity. As an example, she announced that she was one of the millions of Americans who got a letter cancelling her insurance (which was a good plan rather than the “sub-par plan” the left has demagogued) and which yes, she was happy with. Powers may be turning into a neo-con (defined as a liberal mugged by reality).

    I haven’t read Parker for a while because she’s not syndicated in my local papers any more (and what I used to read from her didn’t exactly make me hungry to seek out her work). But the same thing may be going on with her.

    I’ve done it too. We form an opinion about somebody based on our past experience and our opinion colors our assessment.

  23. Michael Eden Says:

    Hopefully Democrats are in serious trouble as people wake up and smell the reality:

    THIS one published in the far leftist Los Angeles Times!!!

    Obama supporter miffed at botched healthcare rollout
    Margaret Davis favors wider access to insurance, but under the Affordable Care Act she’d see her premiums rise 88% for inferior coverage.
    By Steve Lopez
    November 12, 2013, 7:58 p.m.

    Margaret Davis of West L.A. voted for President Obama and appreciates the ideas behind the Affordable Care Act. She agrees that everyone should have access to healthcare and no one should be denied coverage because of pre-existing conditions.

    But here’s the problem:

    She knows firsthand, as the new law of the land rolls clumsily into being, that it’s not working out to everyone’s advantage.

    “I’m a 55-year-old woman in excellent health and have a catastrophic health plan,” she wrote recently to Obama and California Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. “I am completely happy with my plan. I received notice that the plan is being canceled and that to stay with a “comparable” plan my premiums would increase 88%, or $200 extra per month. To add insult to injury, the plan is INFERIOR to my existing plan.”

    If you guessed that she got no response from any of those elected officials, you win a box of cough drops.

    But public officials didn’t throw a complete shutout at Davis. She wrote to U.S. Rep. Karen Bass (D-Los Angeles) when she didn’t hear from the others, and one of Bass’ staffers called Davis to say she’ll be looking into the specifics of her case.

    “Any time you do a huge policy change like healthcare, there’s going to be all sorts of problems and glitches that need to be worked out,” Bass told me Tuesday from Washington, where she said there were new calls for allowing people to keep the policies they have, as President Obama had repeatedly promised they’d be able to do.

    President Clinton has urged such a move, and Feinstein’s office backed the idea Tuesday. She noted in a statement that her office had received 30,832 contacts from Californians, “many of whom are very distressed by cancellations of their insurance policies and who are facing increased out-of-pocket expenses.”

    “The Affordable Care Act is a good law, but it’s not perfect,” the Feinstein statement said.

    No, not by a longshot, beginning with the federal website debacle and highlighted by Obama’s now-laughable promises of a smooth transition. But Bass worries that the problems will further embolden critics who were determined from the beginning to do a grave dance on healthcare reform.

    Hundreds of people attended a town hall conference hosted by Bass on Sunday in West L.A. She said some attendees were in the same situation as Davis and not very happy about it; others were confused by their options. Bass said many were assisted as they enrolled in new plans through the state exchange, Covered California.

    “But overall, people were like Margaret,” said Bass, who called Davis on Tuesday to discuss her case. “They really want this to work, and they’re just trying to figure it out.”

    Which hasn’t been all that easy for Davis, an accountant and software consultant who couldn’t believe “how botched up” the healthcare.gov website was, among other problems.

    And would anyone be shocked if insurance companies were trying to take advantage of all the confusion?

    Davis lives with her husband and two teenage sons but chose not to be covered by her husband’s healthcare plan, which would have added $600 per month to the cost. All she wanted from her own plan was the peace of mind that came with knowing she wouldn’t go broke if she were seriously ill or injured.

    She paid Kaiser $224 a month with a $5,000 deductible.

    Under the new Kaiser plan, her premium would rise to $420.46 a month. The plan carries a lower deductible, of $4,500, after which she would then pay 40% of the cost of care up to a cap of $6,350.

    Though Davis appreciates the goal that all policies must meet minimal standards of coverage, she doesn’t anticipate needing either the maternity or mental health care that would be part of her new plan.

    “I had a feeling my cost would go up,” said Davis, who makes just enough money to be ineligible for a government subsidy, “but I was floored when I saw that it was an 87.7% increase.”
    Davis checked the federal and state websites for a better option but couldn’t find one, so she called an insurance broker.

    Steve Jakowchik found Davis a deal at Anthem Blue Cross that essentially splits the difference between her current Kaiser plan and the replacement plan. Davis told me she’s inclined to go with the Blue Cross deal unless there’s a reprieve and people are allowed to keep existing policies.

    Jakowchik, meanwhile, told me that among the roughly 100 clients he’s assisting, about 30 are getting plans that are more comprehensive, cheaper or both. The other clients are paying anywhere from a little bit more to a lot more for plans that are inferior to what they had, better than what they had or about the same.

    The most striking change he’s seeing, Jakowchik said, is among clients who can get pretty good deals, but only if they give up access to the doctors and hospitals they now use. Because his practice is on the Westside, he’s hearing from clients who aren’t happy about losing Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and UCLA Medical Center as hospital options.

    “I just ran into one of these today,” said Jakowchik, who told me about a Marina del Rey family that has to decide between a big premium increase and access to Cedars, or much lower premiums but a choice between hospitals in Torrance or the San Fernando Valley.

    In six months, a year, or maybe longer, it’s possible that the rocky transition will be behind us and the most well-intended goals of healthcare reform will be met.

    But as the signature initiative of the Obama presidency, you’d think this would have been managed with a little more attention to detail.

    The only remaining hope for this republic is to impeach Obama, criminalize the Democrat Party, and pass the “Hunt Every Democrat Down With Dogs And Burn Them Alive Act.”

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