If that sounds like a trick question, you’re just not smart enough to understand it. Go back to your coloring books, teabagger.
Whew! Glad they left. It’s just us now, the sophisticates who can appreciate nuance and subtlety and crap like that. We understand how the following two things can be reconciled.
Here’s President Barack Obama, speaking last Monday:
“Now, if you have or had one of these plans before the Affordable Care Act came into law and you really liked that plan, what we said was you can keep it if it hasn’t changed since the law passed.”
And here’s a page from the White House’s website, as of the time of this writing:
Can’t read the fine print? Here, let’s magnify it:
Still can’t see it? Okay:
Well, I think it’s obvious what happened here:
The White House is lying to Obama.
It’s not his fault! He had nothing to do with it. The White House did it. So we all need to stop sabotaging Obamacare by questioning the president’s word. No matter what his word happens to be at the current moment, regardless of his word at any point before or after.
Or perhaps you’d prefer to be called a racist again?
I didn’t think so.
(Hat tip: Twitchy)