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Obama Sure Has Changed His Views On Obamacare

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I guess this is yet another of many “Changes” Obama has had since he was running for president. While campaigning he constantly “modified” his views to play to whatever crowd he was giving a speech to. This tell’em what they wanna hear style is typical of left wing politicians like Obama. If Obama had been truth full and actually espoused his far left views on matters he would have never been elected. This lack of insight on his real beliefs in past years would of been caught by an honest media. But the lamestream media elite are so corrupt and lacking of any integrity we the never saw these stories. The media elite tolds us what they wanted us to hear not what we needed to hear to make a decision on whom to vote for. The media elites at ABC,NBC,CBS,CNN,NPR……….. have totally lost there credibility and will continue to lose viewers and readers as long as they continue the PR campaign’s for the far-left. The sad part is they will never attempt to be journalist because they actually believe the trash they write. That is there right but they should cease pretending to be fair and balanced and just admit to be advocating a biased view. I guess Obama was being truth full about the change thing.

(CSNNEWS.COM)
– Long before his administration went into federal court to fight 27 states that are now challenging the constitutionality of the federal government forcing people to buy health insurance, then-presidential candidate Barack Obama told Ellen DeGeneres that—unlike his opponent Hillary Clinton—he opposed forcing the uninsured to buy health insurance, saying that it would be like forcing the homeless to buy homes.

“Both of us want to provide health care to all Americans. There’s a slight difference, and her plan is a good one. But, she mandates that everybody buy health care. She’d have the government force every individual to buy insurance and I don’t have such a mandate because I don’t think the problem is that people don’t want health insurance, it’s that they can’t afford it,” Obama said in a Feb. 28, 2008 appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ television show. “So, I focus more on lowering costs. This is a modest difference. But, it’s one that she’s tried to elevate, arguing that because I don’t force people to buy health care that I’m not insuring everybody. Well, if things were that easy, I could mandate everybody to buy a house, and that would solve the problem of homelessness. It doesn’t.”

In a ruling issued yesterday holding that the insurance mandate in Obamacare is unconstitutional, U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson pointed to a similar statement that Obama had made in a Feb. 5th, 2008 interview with CNN. “Indeed,” wrote Vinson, “I note that in 2008, then-Senator Obama supported a health care reform proposal that did not include an individual mandate because he was at that time strongly opposed to the idea, stating that ‘if a mandate was the solution, we can try that to solve homelessness by mandating everybody to buy a house.’”

Judge Vinson was the second federal judge to rule that the federal government does not have the constitutional power to force individuals to buy health insurance. Last month, U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson also ruled that the mandate was unconstitutional. Vinson was ruling in a suit brought against the federal government by Florida and 25 other states. Hudson was ruling in a suit brought against the federal government by the state of Virginia.

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