Capitol Hill Update: Obama: "I supported single-payer health care before I didn't support it"

During his presidential campaign of 2004, Senator John Kerry made famous the statement regarding the $87 billion war supplemental bill for the troops in the Iraq War:  "I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it."   

One of the biggest prevarications from Barack Obama is that he does not support a single-payer (i.e. socialist) government health care system.  Of course he does, and most of the key health care advisers in his administration support such a system.   

Indeed, during his presidential campaign, Obama told an audience that "I am a proponent of a universal health care system; a single-payer system."  His disinformation chieftan, Linda Douglas  --  who some say took a demotion from a mainstream news network to work in his administration, and who would make the likes of Joseph Goebbels very proud  --  keeps prevaricating for her boss saying that Obama did not say what he actually said.   

The lies coming out of the Obama administration regarding its socialist health care proposals seem to be increasing exponentially as support for Obamacare keeps plummeting.  Another untruth told this week by Obama at his pro-Obamacare rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire yesterday was the fact that the AARP supports Obamacare.  Even this left-wing seniors organization had to back down from a near-certain endorsement of the Obama bill because of the outrage of millions of its members.   

By far the biggest lie of the Obama administration is that Obamacare will cover the 47 million uninsured (including some 11 to 12 million illegal aliens) and it will not cost anything more than what we are paying right now AND that Obamacare will not ration health care.  The American people are not fools and are not believing these lies.   

The author of the "New York Times" number one best seller this week, "Culture of Corruption" by Michelle Malkin said last night on Sean Hannity's Fox News show that the people attending the town-hall meetings put on by Members of Congress are well aware of the failures of the healthcare systems in Canada, Great Britain, France, etc.  And they want to make sure that Obamacare does not become law in America.   

Incidentally, one of the few anti-Obamacare people allowed into the Obamacare Rally in New Hampshire on Tuesday, said in a letter to Bill O'Reilly last night that he was not even allowed to ask a question after all the soft-ball questions asked by planted individuals put in the audience by Obama's campaign staffers.   

On the other hand, a 13-year old daughter of the Massachusetts Women for Obama or some group like that, just happened to have a prepared card from which she asked a question about the "mean" anti-Obamacare demonstrators outside Obama's New Hampshire rally Tuesday.  Americans are increasingly becoming fed up with the lies and subterfuge coming out of the Obama administration. 

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