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Sunday, November 16, 2014

The Amnesia Contagion




There is an outbreak in DC rivaling Ebola. The Amnesia Contagion. 


First Pelosi contracted it and now it's infected Barry. Pelosi claimed earlier this week "she never heard of Jonathan Gruber". Later a video surfaced from 2009 with Pelosi naming Jonathan Gruber as the architect of ObamaCare. Undeniable, irrefutable, evidence she is a lair.

Now Barry's claiming:

“I just heard about this,” Obama said at a new conference, after wrapping up two days of meetings with world leaders here at the G-20 Summit. “The fact that some adviser who never worked on our staff expressed his opinion that I completely disagree with — it is no reflection on the actual process that was run.”

 How come we always find out stuff before he does?

Barry just heard about it has a familiar ring to it.  (He must have been watching FOX because there was very little coverage from the MSM.) "Some adviser who never worked on our staff."  I guess we're supposed to forget the fact Gruber signed in 19 times... a record kept in the WH log book. Are we to believe he was paid $400,000 to fix the toilet?

Not to get sidetracked but lets not misinterpret Gruber. He's not coming clean in the videos because of a guilty conscience. Oh no, what he's doing is bragging about how he pulled the wool over the eyes of the American voter. In one of the videos he stated/bragged about driving with his kids and how excited they got when they asked, "Who was that on the phone" and he said, "The president of the United States." I guess requesting someone to look at his phone records would be asking too much. Where's Snowden when you need him?

So there you have it. Barry and Pelosi never heard of Gruber.
 In a strong show of support Joe Biden issued the following statement:

"There is no such thing as MIT university."





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Obama dismisses renewed criticism of health care law

BRISBANE, Australia — President Obama dismissed renewed criticism of his signature health care law Sunday and disputed an assertion from a former architect of the policy who claimed the administration had deceived lawmakers.

Jonathan Gruber, an economist, suggested last year that the administration’s signature health-care legislation passed in part because of the “stupidity of the American voter” and a “lack of transparency” over its funding mechanisms. 

“I just heard about this,” Obama said at a new conference, after wrapping up two days of meetings with world leaders here at the G-20 Summit. “The fact that some adviser who never worked on our staff expressed his opinion that I completely disagree with — it is no reflection on the actual process that was run.”

It marked the first time Obama has weighed in on the video, which became public after he left Washington for a week-long trip to Asia. Gruber is an MIT economics professor and health care policy expert who was a paid consultant for the Obama administration on the Affordable Care Act. 

His remarks were captured on a video that recently surfaced on social media and have been seized on by Republicans who want to dismantle the law. Conservatives in both chambers of Congress said they might call on Gruber to testify on Capitol Hill, a process that would reopen the ugly political fight over a law that has already enrolled millions of Americans in new health care plans. 

“We had a year-long debate,” Obama said. “Go look back at your stories. One thing we can’t say is that we didn’t have a lengthy debate over health care in the United States. Every press outlet here should go back and pull up every clip and every story. It’s fair to say there is not a provision in the health care law that was not extensively debated and was not fully transparent.”

(That's the problem...they did)






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