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“It’s Going to Be a Glorious Thing.” Can She Possibly Believe That? by The Elephant's Child

Pelosi

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) says December has been a “great month” for ObamaCare sign-ups, and she says things will only get better as more people enroll. “It’s worth the trouble. It’s going to be a glorious thing,” Pelosi told a conference call on Monday.

“It’s about life, a healthier life, liberty, the freedom to pursue our happiness. It honors the vows of our founders. A person can follow his or her passion and not be chained by a policy, so they could start a business, be self-employed, change jobs. It’s a very, very exciting thing. And it’s about wellness and prevention. It’s about the health of America, not just the health care for Americans. So we’re very proud of it, and our enthusiasm for it…strengthens our determination to make sure it works.”

Pretty amazing, huh. Do  you think she actually believes that?

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“Do you think she actually believes that?”

Your answer? The expression on her face in that pic is when she’s informed policy has been cancelled, and she has to sign up on the exchange.

Comment by Lon Mead

Given that to date the number of people who have lost their healthcare because of Obamacare outnumber the signups around 3 to 1, maybe Pelosi thinks they can break even? She was very wrong in 2010; the more Americans know about Obamacare the less they like it, or the Democrats that forced it through with zero bi-partisan support. I think Nancy is in for a very rocky 2014.

Comment by Gordon Olivant

She has to say something . She can’t read.

Comment by Kit Blanke

[…] It’s about the health of America, not just the health care for Americans.” “It’s going to be a glorious thing.” Forgive me, but this is complete nonsense. ObamaCare is insurance, about paying for medical […]

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