Obama revises history
Yesterday, President Barack Obama claimed that when he promised Americans that they if they liked their health care plan they could keep it, he also stated "if it hasn't changed since the law passed." The stunning video below amounts to a Groucho Marx "Who are you going to believe -- me or your lying eyes?" moment.
The fact that video exists of at least 23 instances in which the president added no such limitation clause, and in some of which he added the emphatic "Period" after claiming you can keep your health plan seems to not register with him. See, for example, this:
It is so bad that the AP's White House correspondent Julie Pace, no fire-breathing rightie, could not contain herself:
The only explanation for this behavior on the president's part not involving questionable sanity is that he is so accustomed to the media falling in line that he expects people to believe him. But this hardly seems likely, given that millions of Americans are experiencing personal consequences for his broken promise.
It appears to me that the president and Valerie Jarrett are so desperate and isolated that they have lost touch with reality. Democrats who threw their political future in with Obamacare are now on notice that they are tethered to a man no longer in touch with the real world.
Hat tip: Weasel Zippers and Gateway Pundit