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New ObamaCare Pricetag: $2.6 TRILLION

June 30, 2012   ·   By   ·   0 Comments

More lies about ObamaCare…

Yeah, you WILL be taxed and pay for ObamaCare, even if you aren’t one of the evil rich who are despised by our Marxist dictators in Washington D.C.

Oh, and remember how Marxists, er, Democrats preened that their socialized health care fiasco would cost less than $1 TRILLION (which we knew was pure, unadulterated bunk, even then)?  Try $2.6 TRILLIon on for size.

This exercise in oppression has been nothing but lie after lie after lie, from the beginning to Chief Justice Roberts’ asinine sellout of the Constitution.



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