Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Another Obama Falsehood

During the President's recent visit to Ohio, for the purpose of pitching ObamaCare, he used Natoma Canfield as an example of why he was in Ohio, and why America is in dire need of his prescription for health insurance reform.

The president readily misrepresented the truth and made false statements in his speech aimed at rally the crowd. It would seem the President when making statements to a national audience would be sure of his facts. Especially  when they can be easily checked by by a bit of hunting on line.

Here is the President in Cleveland making his plea for ObamaCare...  and using  Natoma Canfield's cancer as an example of just why it is so badly needed now.



The actual facts are that Natoma Canfield has qualifies for financial aid, is not going to lose her home, and is receiving the health care see needs to fight her cancer and prolong her life.

The full and real story can be read here, at Gateway Pundit, with more at FOX News.

H/T Gateway Pundit

Via : Memeorandum

5 comments:

  1. How long will this country allow these liberals to lie so much?

    I love your blog!

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  2. Liberalism is driven by emotion, facts don't matter.

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  3. My Country - We can only guess. It has been happening for well over a hundred years... so my guess is it will continue unless we can find a way to counter their falsehoods.

    Thanks for your kind words and for stopping in and commenting. I hope to see you again.

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  4. Hey, Rational...

    Here is a great post about Thomas Jefferson....

    I figured you would want to get in on this conversation..

    http://realityzone-realityzone.blogspot.com/2010/03/thomas-jefferson-vs-john-yoo.html

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