Monday, June 22, 2009

Obama Not To Be Taken Literally

Less than 24 hours after Heritage Foundation President Ed Feulner questioned the veracity of Obama's persistent claim that, under his health care proposals, "if you like your insurance package you can keep it," the White House has begun to take the claim back. It turns out he didn't really mean it.

According to the AP, "White House officials suggest the president's rhetoric shouldn't be taken literally. What Obama really meant is that government isn't about to barge in and force people to change insurance."

How's that for change you can believe in?

Frankly, I never take anything Obama says literally. No tax increases? Didn't really mean it. Health Care fully funded? Nah. Verge of economic collapse if we don't get the stimulus package? Just kidding. Work together for common ground on the abortion issue? As long as you agree with the pro-choice crowd.


Red June 22, 2009 at 3:42 PM  

They just admitted he is a liar!

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