Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

fraud-alertDid the Census Bureau fake the unemployment data prior the 2012 election?

Obama and the White House knew as early as this past summer that the health care website wouldn’t work.

While President Obama was telling the nation that only 5% of the population would lose grandfathered status, the Obama Justice Department argued in court that the administration internal estimates expect a majority of group health plans will have lost their grandfather status by the end of 2013.

Bruce Bartlett recounts the sordid history of how Republicans gave us Medicare Part D.

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  1. Lucas says:

    The decline — from 8.1 percent in August to 7.8 percent in September — might not have been all it seemed. The numbers, according to a reliable source, were manipulated.”

    Might as well start the country over from scratch

  2. Trent says:

    “for over three years, the Obama administration’s internal estimates have shown that most Americans who are covered by “employer plans” will also lose their coverage under Obamacare. Mind you, 156 million Americans get health coverage through their jobs.”

    They just want to watch the world burn

  3. Hal says:

    “During all these years, while Obama was repeatedly assuring Americans, “If you like your health-insurance plan, you can keep your health-insurance plan,” he actually expected as many as seven out of every ten Americans covered by employer plans to lose their coverage. For small business, he expected at least one out of every two Americans, or as many as four out of every five, to lose their coverage.”

    Did he not think that people would find out?

    • Lucas says:

      It’s possible Obama thought he was smarter than the American people, which could have been his first mistake.

  4. Wally says:

    “most health plans would lose their “grandfather status” by the end of this year. Not just the “5 percent” of individual-market consumers, but close to all consumers”

    I think Obama thought he was Kevin Spacey in House of Cards

  5. Bart says:

    “Obamacare is a massive fraudulent scheme. A criminal investigation should be opened. Obviously, the Obama Justice Department will not do that, but the House of Representatives should commence hearings into the offenses that have been committed in the president’s deception of the American people.”

    Goodluck to that lawyer. He may end up like Edward Snowden