01 Mar 2014 Meet Harry Reid: Health Climate Change Denier
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said the other day that, despite all the “good news, there’s plenty of horror stories being told. All of the are untrue, but they’re being told all over America.”
ObamaCare is causing a catastrophic change to our health care climate and Harry Reid is denying it. Denier!
No, we don’t have a hockey stick to support this (and, come to think of it, neither do alarmists who concocted something more like a horse-hockey stick to “prove” anthropogenic climate change.)
We have proof more like a baseball bat right to the groin… reality.
Not theory, not models, but actual observed changes to our health care system.
There’s this: Millions Americans have been informed that their insurance policies are being discontinued BECAUSE they don’t meet ObamaCare requirements.
Need proof? Take a look at this letter all the employees of my organization received.
My family’s new plan came with a 55% higher price tag and higher co-payments.
And there are much more dramatic and tragic stories such as this one, which details how ObamaCare caused a 49-year-old woman to lose coverage for cancer medication.
Senator Reid has walked his comments back a bit, by saying that nearly all the horror stories are false and suggesting that he was referring only to the ObamaCare horror stories being circulated by Charles and David Koch, whom Reid has called “un-American”… or “un-Aryan”… I forget which.
Reid apparently doesn’t believe the Kochs are entitled to express their opinions and exercise their rights like everyone else. He wants to make them the scapegoat for problems he created… not all that dissimilar from a tactic used by a certain European regime 70+ years ago.
Reid owes an apology not only to the millions of Americans who have been harmed by ObamaCare AND to the Kochs, whom he has slandered.
He owes one to his Senate colleagues as his insistence that all ObamaCare horror stories are lies impugned the character of many of them, a violation of Senate rules.