SEBELIUS & OBAMA - LIARS ABOUT OBAMACARE MALFUNCTION
OBAMA IS BECOMING SYNONOMOUS WITH MALFUNCTION (10/31/2013)
On October 13, 2013, Kathleen Sebelius faced excruciatingly painful interrogation from the U.S. Senate over the malfunction ObamaCare, President Obama’s (communist-like) health care program. Not only was the crucial web site a total failure, but Obama’s entire concept is fatally flawed, as are just about all his other programs unless their deliberate policy is to destroy America. On the matrix below the axis term is K. SEBELIUS. In sequence with her name is AND TRUTH. Symbolic of her Senate testimony, on the line below K. SEBELIUS AND TRUTH is SHE HAD HARD LABOR. At the same absolute skip as her name (but opposite direction) is OBAMA. Also on the matrix are POOR, LIAR and MALFUNCTION.
The burning question about Brack Obama is whether he was simply "playing to win" and therefore lying on purpose, or whether his statements about Obamacare were just another example of, as Obama once put it, "I actually believe my own" spin, though he used another word.
"No matter how we reform healthcare, we will keep this promise to the American people," he told the American Medical Assn. in 2009. "If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. If you like your healthcare plan, you'll be able to keep your healthcare plan, period. No one will take it away, no matter what."
No matter how you slice it, that was a lie. As many as 16 million Americans on the individual health insurance market may lose their insurance policies. Just in the last month, hundreds of thousands have been notified by their insurers that their policies will be canceled. In fact, it appears that more Americans may have lost coverage than gotten it since Healthcare.gov went "live" (a term one must use advisedly). And when the business mandate finally kicks in, tens of millions more probably will lose their plans.
Ah, but they'll get better ones!
That appears to be the new rationalization for Obama's bait-and-switch. "Right now all that insurance companies are saying is, 'We don't meet the requirements under Obamacare, but we're going to offer you a better deal!'" explained Juan Williams on "Fox News Sunday."
A better deal according to whom? Say I like my current car. The government says under some new policy I will be able to keep it and maybe even lower my car payments. But once the policy is imposed, I'm told my car now isn't street-legal. Worse, I will have to buy a much more expensive car or be fined by the IRS. But, hey, it'll be a much better car! Why, even though you live in Death Valley, your new car will have great snow tires and heated seats.
This is what the government is saying to millions of Americans who don't want or need certain coverage, including, for instance, older women — and men — who are being forced to pay for maternity care. Such overcharging is necessary to pay for the poor and the sick signing up for Obamacare or for the newly expanded Medicaid.
At least Darth Vader was honest about his bait-and-switch: "I am altering the deal. Pray I don't alter it any further." Obama won't even admit he lied.
At the 2008 Democratic National Convention, Obama talked at great length about the middle class and not once about the poor. His critics on the right said he was lying, that he was really more interested in income distribution. Such charges were dismissed as paranoid and even racist. But the critics were right. Obama was either lying to himself or to the rest of us — because he was playing the game to win.