President Obama today went after Fox News, the perennial White House whipping boy, accusing them of stoking disunity for failing to get in line behind Obamacare. Obama was touting Obamacare to his base – students – at a college in Largo, Maryland. All kinds of people are working hand-in-hand because we’re all in this together — that’s when America is at its best. That’s what
Think about it. The crux of Obamacare, the most basic thing essential to its success, is that millions of people have to do something that is not in their economic interest. They have to act against themselves, or the program doesn’t work. This is part of why you hear people say Obamacare is designed not to work. Many young people make a rational decision not
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White House Press Secretary Jay Carney Wednesday compared Obamacare to “an apple that’s fresh and delicious,” as opposed to the apple full of worms represented by the current health care system. But White House Dossier has found that this is just one of the many comparisons White House officials make when they speak in glowing terms about Obamacare. Here are the top ten other ways
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney became suddenly rhapsodic Wednesday while touting Obamacare, likening the president’s signature initiative to “an apple that’s fresh and delicious.” Carney used the phrase while describing the difficulty of comparing health insurance costs to consumers under Obamacare to costs incurred under the current system. “Obviously this is not an apples to apples (comparison),” he said. “It’s an apple full of