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Opinion

The balancing act: His lips are moving

By From page A4 | November 18, 2013

Con men are well aware of the old adage of when they are lying. Now that adage can be applied to our president. In more than a hundred maybe a thousand speeches the president said of his plan for universal health care, “If you like your health insurance plan and/or your doctor you can or will be able to keep them.” But as it turns out that is not true and when the president said those words over and over again, he knew it wasn’t true. Obama also claimed that your insurance premium for the average family would decline by $2,500 annually. In fact he knew both claims were a lie.

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