My Way News - Emotion, few details, in Obama's health care pitch
Emotion, few details, in Obama's health care pitch
ANNANDALE, Va. (AP) - President Barack Obama wanted to put a human face on his plans to overhaul health care, and a Virginia supporter did just that Wednesday. Fighting back tears, Debby Smith, 53, told Obama of her kidney cancer and her inability to obtain health insurance or hold a job.
The president hugged her - she's a volunteer for his political operation - and called her "exhibit A" in an unsustainable system that is too expensive and complex for millions of Americans.
"We are going to try to find ways to help you immediately," he told Smith as hundreds looked on at a community college forum - and countless others watched on television. But the nation's long-term needs require a greater emphasis on preventive care and "cost-effective care," he said.
Smith, of Appalachia, Va., is a volunteer for Organizing for America, Obama's political operation within the Democratic National Committee. She obtained her ticket through the White House.
It turns out that the whole infomercial was scripted and the Faker in Chief Obama answered questions that were set ups and none of it was real or spontaneous, even going so far as having his prewritten answers show up on a large teleprompter on the back wall, and was never seen on camera.
For me it does tells three stories. No.1 is Obama is a fraud from the word go, and No.2 is that the ALL Barack Channel (ABC) was complicit in a fake Town Hall setting that was indeed a nothing more than a predigested infomercial where the late Billy Mays would have fit right in.
No.3 In light of these facts coming to the fore can ABC ever be taken seriously as a news organization ever again where Obama and the Dems are concerned.
Want to learn more about the fake Town Hall Meeting?
GOPUSA - The Loft
Of the seven questions the president answered, four were selected by his staff from videos submitted to the White House Web site or from those responding to a request for 'tweets.'"
Obama also called on three "random" people from the audience. The Post points out that "all turned out to be members of groups with close ties to his administration.