Gerald (Jerry) Zezas

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How Many Times Can You Be Wrong And Still Keep Talking

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2009-Obamacare will never pass—It Passed.

2010-Obamacare is unconstitutional—Supreme court says otherwise.

2012-Romney will be the next president because he promises to repeal Obamacare…Romney still shilling for Fox “News” and he still can’t fly on Airforce One.

2013-Website is down, Obamacare will collapse—Website fixed.

2013-Obamacare will kill the economy—Unemployment is half what it was 4 years ago, the deficit is half what it was 4 years ago, the Dow is more than double what it was 4 years ago, housing, construction, property values are all increasing, GDP is the highest its been in 5 years.

2014-The 7.1 million signups that are being claimed are “cooking the books”.

Actually, that part is true, the 7.1 million signups that they’re claiming is not accurate. It neglects the fact that there are now more than 3 million people getting expanded medicare coverage, approximately 2 million more who signed up, not on the website, but through their own agents, and about 5 million kids between 19 and 26 who had no coverage before but are now covered on their parents plan.

So, yeah, 7.1 million people insured under the ACA is a big fat lie. It’s closer to 17 million, and it will only keep growing.

So, friends, if you believe that the Repubs are going to repeal Obamacare, especially if they get into the White House in 2016, just remember how many times they, and you, have been wrong up until now.

Just think how any president, of any party, is going to tell what is likely to be 25-30 million people that he’s taking away their health insurance.

Or, if you’d rather not think about it, just keep believing what they’ve been telling you for the last 5 years. And just keep being wrong.

Your call.


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