The President’s Obamacare Lies

June 5, 2012 @

You and the American people have been deceived about matters of enormous significance. You may remember that on the night of Sept. 9, 2009, President Barack Obama gave an address to a joint session of Congress, which was televised to the nation. His purpose was to urge members of the House and Senate to pass the administration’s vaunted health-care bill. As he explained in his opening remarks,

… we did not come here just to clean up crises. We came to build a future. So tonight, I return to speak to all of you about an issue that is central to that future – and that is the issue of health care.

The speech was filled with promises and assurances that have proved to be shockingly false, and the president’s premise was based on deception. This comment stands out:

And one more misunderstanding I want to clear up – under our plan, no federal dollars will be used to fund abortions, and federal conscience laws will remain in place.

These two promises were specious (some would say dishonest). Long before Mr. Obama’s Big Night on Capitol Hill, he told the American people during his campaign that his first act as president would be to sign the pro-abortion “Freedom of Choice Act.” The Democrat-led Congress was never able to pass the legislation, but the president would have signed the pro-abortion bill if given the chance. This was, and still appears to be, his highest priority.

Read More at WorldNetDaily. By James Dobson.

4 Comments → “The President’s Obamacare Lies”

  1. Mark

    7 years ago

    1. TruNews with Rick Wiles.
    2. The PowerHour with Joyce Riley. Obama NOT our pres.

  2. Tomtom

    7 years ago

    The great serial Liar is also a closet Muslim. AND this man and woman live in our Whitehouse ?? How did we let this happen to America ??

  3. Marc Jeric

    7 years ago

    Mullah Obama, our marxist Muslim President from Kenya, lies as he opens his mouth. It is painful to watch that commie puppet jumping the steps to his teleprompter.

  4. Matt

    7 years ago

    If you say so. I certainly don’t need any examples or facts to back up those claims. As longs as you vaguely affirm those things I disturbingly hope to be true, that is good enough for me.

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