Obama Lies Exposed: Smoking Gun Emails Tie Obamacare Architect to White House
“You lie!” Representative Joe Wilson shouted out during President Obama’s September 2009 speech to Congress on health care.
Joe nailed it.
Obamacare is one big, fat lie. The promises Obama made simply are not true. Without the lies, Obamacare never would have passed, and it’s unlikely Obama would have had the “track record” to win re-election in 2012.
The White House has gone to great lengths to distance itself from Jonathan Gruber, the MIT architect of Obamacasre. Gruber provided the “ondependent” expert cover to refute all the lies.
Suprise, surprise, now it seems a series of emails prove a cozy relationship existed between Gruber and the White House.
Economist Jonathan Gruber, whose comments about the government relying on the “stupidity” of American voters to get Obamacare passed sparked anger nationwide, had a larger role in creating and shaping the law than had been previously known, a large trove of emails between him and the White House and top federal officials shows.
The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that the House Oversight Committee provided it with more than 20,000 pages of communications it obtained from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Gruber’s employer.
The documents cover messages Gruber sent from January 2009 to March 2010, when the Obamacare legislation was still under discussion.
Forbes also reported on Gruber’s relationship with the White House:
At the time, President Obama and others went through great lengths to deny Gruber’s centrality to Obamacare. But 20,000 pages of new emails, obtained from MIT by the House Oversight Committee, appear to prove Gruber’s critical role. And Gruber’s role may help decide the King v. Burwell case that is now before the Supreme Court, the one that will shape Obamacare’s implementation for years to come.
As I write this post, the news flash of The Supreme Court upholding the State Exchange premium subsidies appeared.
Now the only way to get rid of the mess of ObamaCare is for Congress to defund it.
Will the GOP conservatives in Congress step up and make this happen?
Unlikely with the current cast of characters.
If the TPP fast track approval in which the GOP Congressional leadership sided with Obama for a win, without a wholesale house cleaning of Congress and a conservative President, it looks like ObamaCare is here to stay.
Better healthcare based on a pack of lies.
Don’t we ALL desrve better?