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[VIDEO] Obama v. Obamacare on Transparency

[VIDEO] Obama v. Obamacare on Transparency

“Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage.”

It was recently revealed to the general public that Jonathan Gruber, widely considered to be the architect of Obamacare, outright admitted deliberately misleading the “stupid American voter” in order to get the law passed.

“Lack of transparency,” Gruber lectured, “is a huge political advantage.”

Gruber’s unapologetic statement about the intentional deception needed to pass the law highlights the direct contrast between President Obama’s words, and his actions.

But don’t take our word for it. See for yourself:

And the reign of unaccountability continues…

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Prediction: Nobody is going to be more pissed off than Obama when he hears about this.

    Another Voice in reply to Henry Hawkins. | November 11, 2014 at 10:12 pm

    How pissed? More than he was about the I.R.S. Scandal? Or more than he was about the V.A. Scandal? More than the Feds. mishandling the Ebola Crisis? More than the Obamacare Rollout? Or more than the Secret Service Security Scandal?
    Gad’s, at this rate he has to be spending half his time just be pissed off! No wonder he chews that nicotine gum!

    Sure, but how will he find out?

    It isn’t being covered in the Chinese papers.

Is that Machiavelli saying: Te l’avevo detto !

    Pythias in reply to Sisu. | November 11, 2014 at 7:39 pm

    L’audace, l’audace, toujours l’audace

      Alas, 1790 Danton’s fierce proverb, yet commitment to the death (by guillotine in 1794; if research serves correct).

      Curiously, 13 Nov 1787, Jefferson penned: “… And what country can preserve it’s liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. …” ”

Who else is skipping dinner with the spouse and kids and is watching the evening network news with a big bowl of popcorn to see all the extensive, scathing coverage of the admission that the most important policy legacy of the Obama administration was passed with deceit, subterfuge, and open, naked contempt for ‘the stupidity of the American voter’?

Me neither.

Obamacare Architect Admits Deceiving Americans to Pass Law

I am wondering who was deceived and tricked. I don’t think it was the vast majority of middle America. It seems to me that the only people who were taken in were Dem pols and the chumps who make up the Obama coalition, and the useless media.
I’m talking to you Blanche Lincoln et al……

theres a few gruber youtubes no longer available, think I saved them though and will upload.
saved this one and self hosted as it really shows the mindset.

Legal Insurrection, you just created the most effective, compelling 2016 campaign ad.

Thanks Jonathan Gruber for helping make an irrefutable case for why your Party should be banished to the political doghouse for the next 1,000 years. May clips of your brazen admission spread across the internet like implacable Greek Fire.

Humphrey's Executor | November 11, 2014 at 7:38 pm

What about the one that said every bill would be put on the internet for at least 5 days or so before it was voted on?

My question: Can pressure be put on MIT to fire Jonathan Gruber? He is a tenured professor. But tenure has its limits. If a professor is caught stealing, can he lose tenure?

How about stealing billions of dollars from the American public through his lies and deliberate distortion?

Does MIT see how badly Gruber reflects on the university’s reputation?

Is there a legal remedy, perhaps by an MIT alum?

Jonathan Gruber has demonstrated, through videos stating his willing dishonesty about the ACA being a tax, etc., and his misrepresenting his testimony to Congress when he was actually being paid $400,000 by the Obama administration (!!!), that he indulged in academic dishonesty, criminal acts, and very probably violation of Institute Policy.

Should MIT dismiss him? Should it revoke tenure for this disgraceful man?

Here is MIT’s policy for taking away tenure for “Faculty Misconduct or Performance below Standards”

http://web.mit.edu/policies/3/3.4.html#sub2

From time to time it may be necessary to take action with respect to a faculty member who engages in conduct incompatible with the responsibilities of faculty membership or who fails to meet reasonable standards of performance.

The circumstances that can lead to such action cannot be anticipated in precise terms.

However, academic dishonesty and misconduct (for which the procedures in Section 10.1 Procedures for Dealing with Academic Misconduct in Research and Scholarship are also applicable), disregard of duties, violation of Institute policy, harassment, and criminal acts are among the offenses that may call for disciplinary action.

I’ll speak in defense of his comments. Enjoy.

To his defense, American’s voted for Obama (twice). This was a strong basis for calculating that lying works and that Americans are too stupid to know the difference.

You all think the Nigerian Prince email scams are stupid. They are brilliant, because enough people do hand over their bank account #.

Democrats need a base that is exactly this stupid. I’d like to believe Americans in 2014 are smarter than in 2012, but to be honest, I think lazy goes along with stupid and they just didn’t show up.

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