Obama’s most egregious lie about health care

Milton Wolf chronicles all of the many lies Obama told about health care since before he was even immaculated to the Presidency by his left wing sycophant followers in the media and elsewhere.  The lies go way beyond “you can keep your health insurance” and “you can keep your doctor.”

This is the one I find most egregious:

“I will never forget my own mother, as she fought cancer in her final months, having to worry about whether her insurance would refuse to pay for her treatment.” — Barack Obama, August 2009

The depths of the president’s dishonesty are fully revealed by his willingness to dishonor his own departed mother when he falsely claimed that her health insurance company attempted to cancel her policy. In actuality, Ann Dunham’s employer-based policy not only paid for her hospital bills and cancer treatment in full, they afforded her care at prestigious institutions like Memorial Sloan Kettering and the Straub Clinic.

This story from the Financial Times website, New Affordable Care Health Plans Exclude Top Hospitals, should be considered in the context of Obama’s lie about his mother.  While Obama’s mother got all of her cancer treatment  paid for by her insurance, under Obamacare Americans will not even be able to buy insurance that will cover them in the event they contract the most life threatening forms of cancer.  They will not be able to buy insurance to cover them for treatment at the best hospitals offering the most advanced and innovative forms of treatment that may be their only hope of survival.  The very hospital where Obama’s mother was treated, Memorial Sloan Kettering, is one of the super hospitals that all the Obamacare health plans exclude.

Oh, what a tangled web the boy president weaved because his practice was to deceive. [Apologies to Sir Walter Scott].