Gruber in 2010: Public Option Only About Paying Doctors Less, Government Insurance “Doesn’t Do That Good a Job” at Controlling Costs

The Ghost of Gruber Past continues to haunt the Democratic Party. The Vast Write Wing has uncovered footage of Dr. Jonathan Gruber admitting the truth about another item on the liberal health care wish list: the public option. Proposed but subsequently rejected during the 2009/2010 Obamacare debate, the public option would have allowed the federal government to enter the law’s […]

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Pelosi in 2009: Go Read Jonathan Gruber. Pelosi in 2014: I Don’t Know Any Jonathan Gruber.

It’s only fitting that one of Washington’s most notorious liars would lie about knowing its liar du jour. At a press conference this afternoon, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was quizzed about Dr. Jonathan Gruber, the Obamacare architect who boasted repeatedly of using “tortured language” to sneak the legislation past America’s “stupid” voters. The former Speaker knows a thing or two about the law’s […]

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Dumb and Dumber To: Second Video Emerges of Jonathan Gruber Calling Americans “Stupid”

Not since Die Hard has a man named Gruber caused this much trouble. After video emerged on Monday of Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber crediting “the stupidity of the American voter” for helping get the law passed, the beleaguered health care expert told all three of MSNBC host Ronan Farrow’s viewers that he had only been “speaking off the cuff”  and that his remarks were “inappropriate”. […]

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Courtesy of “the Stupidity of the American Voter”: Obamacare Enters Year Two Amidst New Challenges

It’s not shaping up to be a happy birthday for the little scamp known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, affectionately referred to as Obamacare. On Friday, it was announced that the Supreme Court would hear the case of King v. Burwell, a lawsuit centered around some ambiguous language found in the 2010 bill. A negative verdict for the Obama administration could spell doom for […]

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