Just as ancient Greeks trekked the slopes of Mount Parnassus to have the Oracle of Delphi divine their future, so Senate staffers are now trekking the halls of Congress to meet the Oracle of Obamacare, who can divine whether they will have health coverage in their future.
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This is a rush transcript from "Fox News Sunday," December 1, 2013. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
Joining me now, two experts on health care: Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress. She was a key member...
The past two months have laid bare the emptiness of the president’s most prominent Obamacare promises. Millions are losing the plans they have and like against their wishes, contrary to the president’s oft-repeated pledge. And those being forced into Obamacare could lose access to the doctors and hospitals they trust, also contrary to assurances from the president.
Supporters of President Obama are working overtime to backtrack from his promise that "If you like your health-care insurance, you can keep it. Period." While the president has conceded that this statement was inaccurate, the administration doesn't seem to have learned its lesson. The damage control plan is to spread another falsehood about the Affordable Care Act.