ObamaCare-- The Final Thrust Focuses on Rahm Rod Emanuel Refuting Right-Wing Claims About Benefits to Aliens.·
Editor and Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.
March 15, 2010--
For enactment of ObamaCare, the final thrust focuses on Rahm Rod Emanuel refuting right-wing attacks in general and about benefits to aliens under ObamaCare in particular. The final strategy also seeks to discredit right-wing quotations from the proposed legislation that explicitly refutes Obama's often-repeated assertion that "if you like the health-care plan you already have, you'll get to keep it."
At the core of the right-wing claims that ObamaCare will provide benefits to ineligible aliens is the assertion that it does not require rigorous probing of the credentials of an alien seeking services under ObamaCare. Playing a key role in refuting this nonsensical charge is Rahm Rod Emanuel, who exposed himself to ridicule by dramatically illustrating that ObamaCare requirements for probing the credentials of aliens is "extremely rigorous." According to sources wishing to remain anonymous, Emanuel said, "If you don't believe me, just ask now-former Representative Eric Massa, whom I deemed to have 'come up short' regarding ObamaCare criteria.'"
A spokesperson for President Obama stressed that "there is another often-repeated 'lie' that ObamaCare does not guarantee that a person satisfied with his or her current health-care plan 'will be able to keep it.'" The spokesperson said, "President Obama thinks the confusion on this issue stems from the Republican plan under which a person would be entitled to be a self-insurer under the 'Couch-Potato Plan," which also features excessive consumption of doughnuts, Ding-Dongs, Twinkies, trans-fats, Big Macs, steaks, french-fries, etc.
Regarding the "you'll get to keep it" controversy, Obama's Press Secretary, Robert Gibbs, quoted President Obama's most recent assertion on the subject: "I have always said that I have always said that I have clearly always said regarding ObamaCare that 'if you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep it.'" When asked whether "it" meant an individual's own plan or "ObamaCare," Gibbs said, "I'll have to get back to you on that, but I assure you unequivocally that I'll have to get back to you on that." Fox News reporter Major Garrett replied, "Sounds good to me-- I'll remind you at the next briefing." Finally, there's also a report on "ObamaCare-- The Final Thrust" by GAIA Minister Neytiri, a reporter who tends to emphasize the Progressive agenda in her reporting.
--Jim Wrenn, Editor at PoliSat.Com.
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