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If Obama did not say what he said, then who said it and what was meant? Yes = He said it but he did not mean it. No = He did not say it but he meant to.

Asked by: bigdave
If Obama did not say what he said, then who said it and what was meant? Yes = He said it but he did not mean it. No = He did not say it but he meant to.
  • Obama said it.

    Obama said what he said but did not mean it. Often times, people say things but people misinterpret what they mean or they said it in a way that was wrong. Obama often times delivers speeches but he says things in a wrong way because he delivered it improperly. He needs to be careful with what he says.

  • Yes, Obama does not mean what he says.

    Yes, Obama said it but does not mean it, because he knew that the public would not be able to keep their own insurance. Obama and his advisers knew that millions of people would lose their insurance. Nevertheless, he told the public that those who like their insurance could keep it. Obama knowingly misled the public.

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bigdave says2013-10-31T22:45:53.483
Http://www.Washingtonpost.Com/blogs/fact-checker/wp/2013/10/30/obamas-pledge-that-no-one-will-take-away-your-health-plan/
bigdave says2013-10-31T22:46:34.017
Http://www.Politifact.Com/truth-o-meter/article/2013/oct/30/like-health-care-you-can-keep-obama/
bigdave says2013-10-31T22:47:20.737
NBC News reports today that “millions of Americans are getting or are about to get cancellation letters for their health insurance” — and that the White House has known this “for at least three years.”
bigdave says2013-10-31T22:47:40.187
Similarly, CBS News reported the day before that “some Americans are being surprised, not only that they are being booted off their current plans, but at how much they’re being asked to pay for new ones.”
bigdave says2013-10-31T22:47:54.547
And the Los Angeles Times said in an Oct. 26 report that thousands of middle-class California residents with individual health plans are facing “hefty increases on their insurance bills” and are surprised to learn they must buy policies that cover more — and cost more — than their current plans.