Tag: deception

The Obamacare Deception

Jonathan Gruber. Ever heard of him? He’s now infamous, at least for those who are paying attention to the latest Obamacare development. Gruber is an MIT health economist who was one of the key architects of Obamacare. A video has surfaced from 2013 where he is on a panel discussing the passage of that law. His comments are eye-opening. First of all, he admits the bill “was written in a tortured way to make sure [the Congressional Budget Office] did… Read more »

Facts vs. Sleight of Hand

Perusing Facebook this morning, I came across this comment from my congressman, Dennis Ross of Florida: In the past 10 years (2000-2010), revenue to the federal government has grown 7%. We have not lost revenue because of tax cuts, wars, etc. Federal spending, on the other hand, in the past 10 years, has grown 93%. In 10 years, we’ve spend $28 trillion and taken in $23 trillion. $5 trillion deficit . . . $1 trillion was war, $4 trillion is… Read more »