A word on the “non-apology”

The president lied to Americans in the individual market over 42 times. We all heard it.

And the apology wasn’t real was it? “They” this and “I’m sorry that THEY are FINDING themselves in…” that.

There’s a fine art to apologizing. The wronged person must feel as if you are sincerely sorry that you hurt them. In some cases if material damage was done, some form of reparation is needed to make things right. In this case, the cancelled individual market plans should be restored. This means repealing Obamacare.

Apologizing also means that you don’t intend to repeat the behavior. This also means repealing Obamacare. That’s how you know the faux apology from our president means nothing.

He will be apologizing again once the real whammy hits: beyond the 15 million in the individual market that will have lost their plans, 94 million in the employer market will get cancellation letters too.

Obamacare will not end well.

It’s was passed under a shroud of lies by one party without bipartisan support. It would never have passed if the truth were known.

Wake up to who this man is: an accomplished liar and a bully. Don’t settle for anything less than a full repeal.

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4 thoughts on “A word on the “non-apology”

  1. Brilliant, Stacy. Concise and accurate.

    Betts

    Betts Laughlin Hengemuehler Always take the high road. Sent from my iPad.

  2. When I think about this health control fiasco, I start wondering if Germany wouldn’t have had something similar, if they had had the technology, under the Hitler regime, that we have today. I was just a child at that time; I was nine years old, in 1946, when we moved from the farm, but I remember hearing about the evil of that regime; how they experimented on people.

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