Clinton Lectures Obama: Keep Your Word

So when one liar tells another liar to tell the truth does that really mean to lie?
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Man, oh, man, I tell you, you talk about how the mighty have fallen, ladies and gentlemen. Did you see where Bill Clinton has said that Obama needs to keep his word about keeping our insurance plans if we like ’em? If you’re Obama, can you imagine being lectured to about honesty and integrity from a convicted perjurer, Bill Clinton? My gosh, folks, I mean, literally how far has one fallen when that is the case?

There is a big move on, folks, a big move on. First off, Slick Willie: President Obama should fulfill the promise he made that Americans could keep the health insurance they have, even it means changing the law. (Clinton impression) “I personally believe, even if it takes a change in the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let ’em keep what they got.”

And then Clinton told the story of a young man who he said had his insurance policy canceled and replaced with a new one, with premiums twice as high, but because his copays and deductibles are lowering, Clinton said the man might still save money if he and his family actually use their insurance. Clinton suggested, though, that the man should have been able to keep his old policy based on Obama’s promise.

Now, folks, when Der Schlick Meister comes out and undercuts the president of the United States on a promise the president made, “Yeah, I think he should honor that commitment.” There’s always a motive. There are no coincidences with the Clintons. Nothing just happens. So you sit here and say, “Well, what’s in it for Bill Clinton to enter this fray? What’s in it for him here?” Obviously one of the answers is, well, you got Hillary, but Hillary’s not gonna be running against Obama, as far as we know.



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