Obamacare's Main Coder says Stupid Americans needed to be shielded from the hidden facts of Obamacare

From the Daily Signal:

In a newly surfaced video, one of Obamacare’s architects admits a “lack of transparency” helped the Obama administration and congressional Democrats pass the Affordable Care Act. The conservative group American Commitment posted Jonathan Gruber’s remarks, reportedly from an Oct. 17, 2013, event, on YouTube.

“Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage,” says the MIT economist who helped write Obamacare. “And basically, call it the stupidity of the American voter or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical for the thing to pass.”

Get the video:

And the Daily Caller now reports U of Penn has removed this video.


Even Howard Dean thinks

Even Howard Dean thinks ObamaCare sucks.

Howard Dean had a terse reaction to Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber's comments about the "stupidity" of the American voter in regards to passing the legislation.

"The problem is not that he said it. The problem is that he thinks it. I'm serious. The core problem under this damn law is that it was put together by a bunch of elitists who don't really fundamentally understand the American people. That's what the problem is," Dean, a doctor, said Wednesday.


So Obama committed a

So Obama committed a deliberate fraud. And we are supposed to be surprised?

The only thing ObamaCare has done is jack up deductibles for millions of people and expand welfare to millions more.

And it's really really

And it's really really critical to repeal and replace this monstrosity, you shitbag

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