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Jay Carney Loses it Attempting to perpetuate the Obama Lie

Posted by Steve Markowitz on November 6, 2013

It is rather amazing (amusing?) watching Presidents Obama and his supporters after getting caught in the big lie concerning the American people’s ability to keep their current insurance policies if desired after the implementation of Obamacare.  This was a main selling point made by Obama when pitching Obamacare.  It has become apparent that this was a false promise.

Politicians on both sides of the aisle have been known to overstate and misstate during political campaigns to further their political ambitions.  However, it is less common that once elected that they continue this questionable practice.  Barack Obama, on the other hand, continued to claim even as late as one week before Obamacare’s October 1 rollout date, that Americans could keep their old insurance policies if desired even after the new health care plan was implemented.

Given the myriad of video evidence clearly showing Obama’s broken promise, it is sheer gall that the President and his allies continue to claim he did not say what in fact he said.  Earlier this week Press Secretary Jay Carney was on the receiving-end of questions by ABC’s Jon Karl concerning the President’s and Carney’s false statements.  As seen in the video below, Carney completely lost his professionalism during the interchange.  It is indeed hard perpetuating a lie, especially after being caught.


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