Friday, October 29, 2010

President Explains How Obamacare Is The Just Beginning Of Government Expansion - Video Proof

Awesome piece from the always informative site The Lonely Conservative. Visit that place if you have a moment.

This guy is a piece of work. Can't really believe anything this guy says or does anymore...That's all I'm going to say about this story.


TLC: When President Obama appeared on the Jon Daily show, he explained to the liberal audience how Obamacare is simply the framework for the intrusive government health care program the progressives have dreamed of for so long. He explained that Social Security started out as a fund for widows and orphans. Now look at it!



The President on The Daily Show:



Verum Serum adds:

We knew the President wasn’t telling the truth back then. Every time the President promised “if you like the plan you have now, you can keep it” he was telling, at best, half the truth. Every time he said it was about “choice and competition” he was being dishonest. This was always a framework for change. Canadian-style single-payer is what they’ve always wanted and it’s what they still want.

We reached out to various reporters trying to get them to cover the story of the public option and explain to people why it was so important to liberals on Capitol Hill. Despite the fact that the public option was the center of the controversy for months, no one would touch it. And so, with the exception of a couple editorials and talk radio, no one informed Americans that health reform was, from its inception, designed to engulf the private system over time. Other than Glenn Beck’s show and a few other places, none of those video clips of people admitting the real plan ever appeared on TV. But now we have one final clip to add to our collection, the one above of the President admitting we were right.

President Obama says he’ll keep pushing to expand health control as long as he’s in office. That sounds like a great reason to make sure he only gets one term.


Ed Morrissey from Hot Air has more about the expansion of Social Security and Medicare.

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