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Songwronger BS: So who's signed up for Obamacare? (599* d) RE: BS: So who's signed up for Obamacare? 10 Nov 13

Obama's a totalitarian. Marxist roots, doing business with fascists. A totalitarian's a totalitarian. At the end of the day, who was worse, Stalin or Hitler?. Totalitarians hate individuals, too. That's what amazes me most about Democrats, that they think they "care" about people while supporting these programs that devastate individuals. Pat Buchanan said today that there will be guillotines on Farragut Square (near the white house) if 76 million Americans actually do lose their insurance to Obamacare. I hope they give Obama a trial before they drop the blade, so we'll OK on the legal front.

And now, in an attempt to clear up Mr. Firth's video confusion, below is a link to Obama promising again and again that "If you like your health insurance, you can keep your health insurance.":

The next link is to a similar compilation of clips, but the audio has been doctored. Obama's voice has been replaced by another. Obama said hundreds of times that "If YOU like your health insurance..." but in the snippets at the second link he's saying we can keep our insurance if HE likes it:

The second clip is comedy, but it also more accurately reflects how Obama's treating us now. He lied to us for 3+ years about the nature of Obamacare, and now we're finding out that we can only keep our insurance if HE approves of it. Fuck him. Bring on the juries and the guillotines.

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