When Sarah Palin had the temerity to highlight certain features of Obamacare, the President of the United States called her a liar before a joint session of Congress. Nonetheless, Sarah Barracuda kept up her full court press on Obamacare.

One thing she has often said is that Obamacare would “interfere with our personal choices” regarding insurance. And sure enough, Obama admitted on Friday that there were some “stray cats and dogs” in the House and Senate “reform” bills:

We said from the start that … if you want to keep the health insurance you got, you can keep it, that you’re not going to have anybody getting in between you and your doctor in your decision making … I think that some of the provisions that got snuck in might have violated that pledge.

This confession did not, of course, escape the attention of Alaska’s leggy former governor, and Palin points out that she and many others have been regularly and viciously excoriated by Obama and his malicious minions for saying that very thing:

We’ve been saying for months that this is government takeover of our personal choices of insurers and doctors. We’re called liars when claiming that this is all about government mandates and control of up to a sixth of our economy.

And yet, shockingly, the president admitted exactly what we’ve been saying: that his Democrats and lobbyists have crafted bills that in fact will prevent us from keeping our current insurance and/or choosing our own doctor.

She goes on as follows:

This admission tells us we’re not off-base and we need to stay vigilant so we’re not missing anything else in this scheme. This trillion-dollar government takeover of our health care system is full of “stray dogs and cats? (the president’s words, not mine), and that’s what we’ve been saying all along.

Palin wraps up by pointing out the alternative to Obamacare:

Reps. Paul Ryan, Mike Pence, Eric Cantor, John Boehner, and others have offered solutions. I commend their efforts to counter the White House’s attempt to ram Obamacare through … I implore them to speak louder because we’re listening, and we’re counting on them!

We are indeed. For more on Ryan’s alternative (not, by the way, hidden within 1,900 pages of impenetrable verbal camouflage) to what the President and his congressional accomplices hilariously refer to as “reform,” a good place to start is here.

Comments 1

  1. KEYBOARD555 wrote:

    THANK YOU SARAH, keep the pressure on, no telling what else we, THE PEOPLE, will find out about this corrupt bunch. ONCE A LIAR—–ALWAYS A LIAR.

    Posted 31 Jan 2010 at 11:49 pm

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