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Dems prove that goal of health care is to destroy private health care and Obama was lying about keeping your current coverage.

September 26, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

This one is real easy.  Orin Hatch puts forward an amendment to bill in the Senate Finance Committee that simply says “if Health and Human Services determines that the bill will cause more than 1 million Americans to lose their current coverage, kill the bill”  Seems simple, especially since Obama said that no one would lose their current coverage, right?

The Dems voted against it unanimously.

One of President Obama’s mantras with regard to the Democrats’ health care proposal (whatever it turns out to be) is that if you like your present health insurance coverage, you will get to keep it. More recently, when the fraudulent nature of that pledge was revealed, he changed the formula to "the bill won’t require you to lose your coverage." That’s right; it won’t require you to lose your coverage, it will just cause you to lose your coverage.

On Thursday, as the Senate Finance Committee was marking up the Baucus version of the bill, Senator Orrin Hatch tested the Democrats’ sincerity on this issue by offering a simple amendment:

The purpose of this amendment is simple. If the secretary of Health and Human Services certifies that more than 1 million Americans would lose the current coverage of their choice because of this bill, then this bill would not go into effect.

It seems like a very, very simple but perfect amendment for those of us who have integrity. This amendment is simply trying to safeguard President Obama’s pledge to the American people, you’ll get — that you will get to keep what you have.

Power Line – Case Closed

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