Steny Hoyer certainly is a creative man. Asked about Barack Obama’s promise that everyone would be able to keep his health coverage if he liked it and the recent revelation that the Democrats knew all along that millions of Americans would lose their health plans under ObamaCare, he had an answer.
“I think the message [the promise] was accurate. It was not precise enough…[it] should have been caveated with – ‘assuming you have a policy that in fact does do what the bill is designed to do,'” reports National Review.
My, that’s rich. Almost Frank Rich.
Since Hoyer’s lie about a lie speaks for itself, let’s just have a little fun here. Try this on for size:
Subject: “But you said that if we supported your law, no one would lose his freedom of speech!”
Leader: “My message was accurate. It just wasn’t precise enough. It should have been caveated with, ‘assuming you agree with me.'”
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