There are so many lies being spread about what is in each health care bill that I was sure I had heard them all. You figure that death panels and Hitler was really the height of preposterous claims. But, now we have the Republican American Health Survey:
"It has been suggested that the government could use voter registration to determine a person’s political affiliation, prompting fears that GOP voters might be discriminated against for medical treatment in a Democrat-imposed health care rationing system. Does this possibility concern you?"
Hell yes that concerns me!
Now, the party is now saying that the question was "in artfully worded," , so they apparently are trying to now say it in a different way. But, shouldn’t you have some support with at least a couple of the words first? This looks like the biggest lie so far.
Now it is odd. I can understand why they were scaring the elderly, and targeting the independents, but are they on such a shaky base that they now need to scare the party faithful? Maybe it’s just further proof that the paid for town hall meetings of concerned citizens are in need of real people to help spread the misinformation.
It is time to get beyond the ridiculous rhetoric and get a real bill that does what Americans want. Hopefully, that is an artful enough opinion.
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