Liberal Comedian Bill Maher Calls Out Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) Over Obamacare … Calls Obama a Liar … “To Me, That Is a Lie”
MAHER CALLS OBAMA A LIAR …
Uber-Lib comedian Bill Maher called out Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) and the rest of his liberal panel that President Barack Obama lied when he made the promise with Obamacare, that if you like your healthcare coverage, you can keep your healthcare coverage, PERIOD! Hmm, Maher just called Obama a liar. Maher started out by saying that Barack Obama had a bad week. Gee, ya think? However, Maher posed two questions to his panel, “Is a lie justified, if it is for something good. And if he hadn’t told the lie, would Obamacare have been passed?”
To answer Maher’s questions above, No and Hell NO!!! When you are the President of the United States, its all about character. If one has to lie to get their point across, agenda followed or bill passes, obviously you do not have the support of the people. We need to look no further than Obama’s current poll numbers. But the Obamamessiah and liberals think they know more what is best for you than you do. And no, if Obama had actually told the truth that with Obamacare that you could not keep your doctor, you could not keep your insurance, and the price would go up, not down and the deductibles would be increased … it never would have come close to passing. Also, I disagree with the premise that Obamacare is a good thing. It is not just the website roll out that is a disaster, so are the policies and model of Obamacare as well.
“Is a lie justified, if it is for something good. And if he hadn’t told the lie, would Obamacare have been passed?”
Far-left comedian Bill Maher has consistently admitted that President Barack Obama “lied” when he promised all Americans they would be able to keep their health insurance plans under Obamacare. Others, however, like DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, are apparently not quite ready to admit it.
The two found themselves at odds on HBO’s “Real Time” on Friday as they battled over whether it truly was a “lie.”
“It was a bad week for the president, let’s be honest here,” Maher began. “We’re not like them, we don’t live in the bubble. It was a bad week.”
He also asked his panel whether or not a lie is ever “justified” if it’s for something good, and then speculated as to whether Obamacare would have even passed if the president had been honest about the impact it would have on private insurance.