Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Obama Lied about Healthcare

It is amazing to me how many people become upset when I tell them that Obama lied. Yet,many times, these same people did not care when Americans told both Bush I and Bush II that they lied. Many of these people still do not object to the "kill Bush" signs and "Bush is a murderer", so forth and so on, but claim I am disrespecting the office of the President of the United States by pointing out Obama's lies. This post isn't about ALL of Obama's lies. I don't think I could list them all. This is about his lies regarding the healthcare law. I offended a friend when I wrote that Obama had lied about letting the public have time to read the bill and respond. He did lie. In the video below, Obama says that the public will have 5 days to review any bill that lands on his desk. Yet, the timeline for the healthcare bill doesn't jive with his promise. On March 21,2010, the Healthcare resolution passed the House. On March 22,2010, the resolution bill passed the Senate. On March 23, 2010, Obama signed the bill into law. He signed the healthcare bill into law the day it landed on his desk, not five days later, like he promised (see video at the bottom of this post). Politifact check lists all of the bills that were signed, some within hours of passing through Congress. To see the list they compiled, click here. Last, but certainly not least, in his healthcare speech, Obama said, "It's not true. And one more misunderstanding I want to clear up -- under our plan, no federal dollars will be used to fund abortions, and federal conscience laws will remain in place. (Applause.) " More lies! The HHS mandate is violating MY conscience and the consciences of millions of other Americans. Federal dollars are being used to fund abortions, another violation of my conscience! To see the video of his healthcare speech and read the transcript, please visit this link. It is on the Huffington Post, so liberals can't argue that conservatives are lying about what Obama said. Peace Out

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