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Remember what Bill Clinton said about the entire Obama presidency, about the entire Obama campaign? Clinton famously dismissed Obama’s entire candidacy by saying (Clinton impression), “Give me a break. This whole thing’s the biggest fairytale I’ve ever seen.” This is back when it was gonna be his wife and the media abandoned his wife for the young, attractive messiah, instead of the old and aging whatever. Clinton was upset they were playing the race card on him, he said (Clinton impression), “Give me a break. This guy’s the biggest empty suit I’ve ever seen. This is the biggest fairytale I’ve seen,” and that’s what this is. This is a fairytale. This cannot be fixed.

Folks, the damage is more than done here. Already millions of Americans have been made to pay higher premiums. They have lost their jobs. Look at all the people who’ve been converted from part-time to full-time. We got 91.5 million Americans not working. Forty-eight million Americans on food stamps and climbing. People have had, for the past month, their health insurance policies canceled, but all of a sudden today, with the waving of a magic wand, the insurance companies have to somehow make those canceled plans available, even though they are in direct conflict with the existing law called Obamacare.

Just yesterday those canceled policies were substandard, and now that’s what Obama wants you to have, because you want it, you didn’t want to have to get rid of it, he lied to you, and the Democrats are in electoral trouble for November of 2014. It’s unfixable. Even McCain said this is never gonna work. The only thing we can do is repeal this. I’ve got the sound bite. McCain, folks. I don’t know if he squared that with Chris Christie before he said it, but nevertheless this is what Senator McCain is now suggesting, the only fix is repeal. It was just a month ago that Ted Cruz was an extremist, radical, hostage-taking, ransom-demanding wacko for suggesting this.

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