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Barack Obama Obamacare Scandal: 13 Noteworthy Tweets From Obamacare Deception Controversy

By    |   Friday, 30 Jan 2015 05:21 PM

The Obamacare scandal is a deception controversy that will forever taint President Barack Obama's legacy. The "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" is a misnomer for a bill that relied on false rhetoric that promised health care premiums would go down, coverage would go up and those who liked their doctors and existing health care plans would be able to keep them.

In 2010, then U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi presciently said, "We have to pass the bill so that we can know what is in it." More recently, economist Jonathan Gruber, known as the architect of Obamacare, publicly stated that passage of the bill relied on the "stupidity of the American voter," reports the Chicago Tribune.

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Currently, Real Clear Politics reports that more than half of all Americans disapprove of Obamacare. Scandalous tactics were used to pass the law and not only did Obamacare not live up to expectations, it has had a net negative impact on the economy and the affordability of healthcare.

Here are 13 noteworthy tweets from the Obamacare deception controversy:

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