She’s very proud of it as she stammers through her specious drivel about ObamaCare’s alignment with our Declaration of Independence.
Begins with a slip and almost admits it’s bad for industry…
“Uh, I think that, the uh, understanding of it [ObamaCare] has been, uh uh, jeopardized or-or by misrepresentations that have been put out there relentlessly, largely, uh, by the industries that have uh, I-I-I shouldn’t say ‘not benefitted,’ because they all – everybody benefits from this health care bill, uh, but who claim uh, to have suffered from the bill.”
“Health care is a right, not a privilege.”
“It was opposed vigorously by … anti-government idealogues.”
“It’s very private-sector oriented, very market-oriented.” [Sure sounds like Colorado’s Republican House Majority Leader Amy Stephens when she crammed health care exchanges into law against the will of her constituents with SB11-200.]
“…it’s [ObamaCare] about innovation, it’s about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for the American people. Because it frees them unlocks them from a job that they may keep only the health benefits to pursue their happiness.”