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“I’M JUST LIKE BARACK OBAMA” PART I: Obamacare

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“I’M JUST LIKE BARACK OBAMA” PART I: OBAMACARE

Charlie Crist Embraced Obama’s “Lie Of The Year” And Hired Its Salesman, All While Floridians Suffer The Consequences

 

STATEMENT FROM RPOF CHAIRMAN LENNY CURRY: “Charlie Crist is fast becoming Washington’s favorite Democrat, adopting President Obama’s failed policies like Obamacare and recruiting President Obama’s best spin doctors who sold Americans on the now infamous line, ‘If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it.’ When Charlie Crist can’t acknowledge that the ‘Lie of the Year’ is a lie, Floridians should not trust him to do what’s best for the Sunshine State.”

 

WASHINGTON POST: “Charlie Crist’s Message To Democrats: I’m Just Like Barack Obama.” (Sean Sullivan, “Charlie Crist’s Message To Democrats: I’m Just Like Barack Obama,” The Washington Post, 1/22/2014)

 

CHIEF SALESMAN OF POLITIFACT‘S “LIE OF THE YEAR” NOW WORKING FOR CHARLIE CRIST

    

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ANNOUNCEMENT FOR POLITIFACT’S “LIE OF THE YEAR”

   

 

BUT CHARLIE CRIST CLAIMED THE “LIE OF THE YEAR” WAS NOT A LIE AT ALL, AS HUNDREDS OF THOUSAND OF FLORIDIANS WILL LOSE THEIR INSURANCE PLANS

 

  

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO CHARLIE CRIST TELL GERALDO RIVERA THAT OBAMA DIDN’T LIE

 

Florida Blue Cancelled 300,000 Policies Or “About 80 Percent Of Its Individual Policies.” “Florida Blue, for example, is terminating about 300,000 policies, about 80 percent of its individual policies in the state.” (Anna Gorman and Julie Appleby, “Thousands Of Consumers Get Insurance Cancellation Notices Due To Health Law Changes,” Kaiser Health News, 10/23/13)

 

Fact Check From The Associated Press: Obama’s Assurance That People Could Keep Their Health Plan “Is Proving Empty For People Who Are Getting Cancellation Notices.” “President Barack Obama’s soothing promise that Americans happy with their health insurance could simply keep it was doomed from the start, and everyone familiar with the market seemed to recognize that except the president. Even his aides said four years ago, early in the huge push for his health care law, that he wasn’t to be taken literally on that point. But he kept making the promise, literally and forcefully, through the long debate about the overhaul, after it became law and directly to voters in the campaign for the 2012 election.” (Calvin Woodward, “Promises, Promises: A Big One That Got Away,” The Associated Press, 10/31/13)

 

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