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Fodder For The Obama Salivators

Updated on April 3, 2014

What do you do when you look like a fool and win 2013's Liar of the Year Award? How do you follow up on a feat like that? You double down and tell another, probably bigger, lie without any substantiation other than "Obama said it's so." Such is the case with his magical, mystical 7.1 million people who signed up for Obamacare.

For months on end not one soul in the Department of Health & Human Services could even stutter a number much less be as precise as a .1 percentile. You go ahead and believe that drivel. I want to see some actual facts and figures. After all we're dealing with a known pathological liar named Barack Hussein Obama.

In the majority of cases, if not all of them I have researched, Obama math and actual real life math display the difference between night and day. Obama math is more on the line of wishful thinking in an effort to protect his "legacy." If his figures are legitimate, which I seriously doubt, I will write a retraction to this article. I'm pretty safe though.

They Should Be Proud Of what They've Done? Really?

He appeared before his slobbering, hand picked audience in the Rose Garden and gloated and boasted about how great he and his administration are for meeting their projection of a 7 million enrollment. Had he forgotten that his entourage had been backpedaling on that number for months claiming that they has never said that? Aw come on just another little inconvenient lie among his many.

But really now Obamazoids. His stated goal was to insure 46 million Americans who have no health insurance, not a stitch of it, so I believe he falls just a tad bit short now. His yardstick must be considerably shorter than mine because I actually watch what happens and not what he says when he runs his mouth.

Here's what Obama isn't saying which more than one study has pointed out. I will use the Rand Corporation study as my model. Very few of those 7.1 imaginary enrollees were uninsured prior to enrolling. Don't be surprised as this is Obama math we're dealing with. Obama math is designed to shore up Obama's ego. It's as real as he is. Of the supposed 7.1 million enrollees a mere 858,000 were previously uninsured. Now I'm not a math whiz but at last count there were approximately 6 million insured who lost their coverage because their policies didn't meet Obamacare standards. Where did those 6 million go you liberal geniuses?

So let me run some percentages for Barack and his cheerleaders. 7.1 million is 1.8% of those uninsured 46 million. Using the 858,000 number against his 7.1 million number pans out at approximately 88%. He missed it by a mile as usual. Such is the misuse of math to try to bolster Obama's image and ego.

So if anywhere between 5-6 million insurance policies bit the dust because of Obama's "lie of the year" reconcile for me where they went and how they went there. Since most of those people had to have insurance I will surmise that they are the bulk of that 7.1 million enrollees. Smoke and mirrors Obama style one more time. You know somehow I just know deep down in my very self that I won't have to retract anything I am pointing out here. Obama and his minions have played the cat and mouse numbers for way too long now for the truth not to come out about this whole fiasco called Obamacare.

So postulating again, if you are to believe Obama math, lets use the lower 5 million number. I'm being generous to Barackie Poo. 7.1 million minus 5 million is equal to 2.1 million real math time. So we take that number and apply is against Obama's stated mission of insuring how many "uninsured" Americans? Let me see I believe it was 46 million.

So his feat was to really insure, maybe insure mind you, 4.5% of the total of the uninsured at the time he designed his grand scheme. It is nothing more than a big scheme though in case you haven't caught on. What does all of that mean? What it means in real math speak is that 95% of the uninsured he told us were going to be insured are STILL UNINSURED. Did you catch that in his back pounding speech?

Obama is once again bragging about having failed so miserably? His bar is a lot lower than my success bar for sure. The other little nugget that this farce of a regime is failing to divulge is how many of those enrollees have paid for the coverage they enrolled for. They trumpeted one number so as Paul Harvey used to say, "So lets have the rest of the story..."

All of the sudden they get precise at 7.1 million but can't fill in any of the blanks that led to getting there if, in fact, they got there at all. Really?

Then there is the "still drooling over Obama" Lame Stream Media parroting yet another obvious Obama lie without question. Oh and did you hear that the much vaunted LA Times really stepped out there like Pinocchio stating that “At least 9.5 million previously uninsured people have gotten health insurance since Obamacare started.” Even Obama himself wasn't stupid enough to step out there on that limb with a left wing rag.


I am totally astonished that there are more than a hand full of brain dead Americans who walk among us that continue to believe one word of what Obama utters. So the question should now be, and in fact is, who is lying and who is telling the truth? All those around Obama, including Obama, have lied all along the health care way to the citizens of this nation in order to try to force something on us the majority wanted no part of. That's a fact.

Now Obama, the 2013 Lair of the Year, wouldn't lie to you again would he? Of course he would and he just did it again. He's up to win the 2014 award and is in strong contention.

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As Always,

The Frog Prince


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      Old Poolman 3 years ago

      Seeing her tail lights going down the driveway is worth whatever it cost.

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      TSAD 3 years ago from https:// online/ hubpages. html

      Did you see Sibelius' farewell speech. She lost the second page of her speech...not even competent enough to roll out her own farewell speech, what a fitting farewell! (I wonder how many millions that missing page cost the taxpayer to prepare...oh well we're now used to spending millions and getting nothing in return).

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      Dianna Mendez 3 years ago

      I love your math joke. So true! It is sad that he proudly proclaims the success of his health care program enrollment. It was not a choice for anyone, pure dictatorship.

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      Stu 3 years ago


      Caught the Cavuto clip on YouTube. He was right. There are probably nowhere's near 7.1 million Obamacare enrollees. I've been through the process, and actually enrolling is even harder than registering. Based on what I've read, which may be right or wrong, it appears that about 1 million have enrolled in Obamacare, and about 6 million have only registered. And out of the 1 million who have enrolled, only a certain fraction of them are actually paying premiums (premium processing can be very complex - e.g., in VT, there is no billing system yet; you have to go to the Vermont Health Connect website, find your invoice in your correspondence section, print it off, and then use a scissors to clip off the payment stub).

      It appears that coverage may have actually dropped. According to Cavuto, there are currently 45 million uninsured. I recall articles saying that there were 30 million uninsured at the end of 2013. I.e., the one million enrolled in Obamacare may have to be offset by 16 million who had their previous plan canceled by their insurer, and/or lost their employer based coverage. It's thus possible that on a net basis, the number of people covered has actually declined in the past 90 days or so. This really wouldn't surprise me, as plan cancellations, loss of employer based coverage, the difficulty in registering and enrolling in Obamacare, and Obamacare's high cost and OOP's, could have combined to make health insurance less accessible.


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      The Frog Prince 3 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Stu - If you have FBN watch Cavuto tonight. He's going to blow the lid off of Obama's 7.1 million enrollees.

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      Stu 3 years ago

      For me personally, this whole thing has been nothing but a nightmare. My OOP went up 100% after my non-Obamacare plan was canceled, and I am facing very significant premium loads by 2016 that will make my Obamacare plan cost almost 30% more than the plan I had before, even though it provides much less coverage.

      Another major problem is that provider costs in Vermont are starting to soar. I think the problem is that people losing their original coverage cannot afford Obamacare, so providers are doing much more cost shifting to covered patients so those without coverage are not shut out of the system. I admit the Obamacare fee caps in Vermont right now are very generous, which is good as low fee caps would force providers to go out-of-network and leave patients subject to balance billing. But there's a catch - if fee caps are too high, patients overpay until they meet all deductibles and co-pays. And these deductibles and co-pays under Obamacare are typically 2-3 times what they were in pre-Obamacare policies.

      I've only been living in the "Obamacare world" for three months, but I can already see the handwriting on the wall - much higher provider fees, at least $2,000 more in annual premium by 2016, and very scary increases in deductibles and coinsurance.

      I think I've been screwed.

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      Old Poolman 3 years ago

      I read yesterday where the Supreme Court voted in favor of raising the Campaign Contribution cap from $125,000 to $3.5 Million per donor. They don't feel this action will further corrupt our politicians.

      Now every large company will be able buy their own Politician to influence the taxes they pay, (or don't pay), and lots of lucrative government contracts.

      After they voted in favor of Obamacare nothing about them surprises me.

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      Martie Coetser 3 years ago from South Africa

      Come to South Africa and experience the most outrageous government in the world....

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      breakfastpop 3 years ago

      When I heard the "news" that Obamacare was succeeding, sighed and said, "here's just another lie that we are supposed to believe" How many of those people actually paid up? Probably about 10! Voted up, useful and awesome.

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      The Frog Prince 3 years ago from Arlington, TX

      I suggest to you troll Justin that you go away and stay away from adult conversations. That's the only warning you'll get.

      TFTP - Justin isn't old enough to drink anything stronger than his mother's milk.


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      TheFewTheProud 3 years ago from Orlando, Florida

      The only contrived drivel are the lies this President continues to throw at the American people and some, like you, still drink it like a smooth martini!

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      The Frog Prince 3 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Mike - How can one forget Peggy Joseph. She's kin to our buddy Justin right here,

      Justin - Thank you for contributing NOTHING to the discussion.

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      TheFewTheProud 3 years ago from Orlando, Florida

      We would all be better off if he just played golf until the 2016 election. He is as useless as brass tuts on a wild boar hog!

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      Old Poolman 3 years ago

      Jim, do you remember "Peggy" who was all over the news after the first Obama victory? She was the one who was so relieved that she would not have to pay for gasoline or make her mortgage payments anymore.

      Well she and her kind heard that speech and are once again gushing the praises of this wonderful new health care system that was designed with her in mind. Perhaps she was one of the lucky one's who actually got a free policy.

      In reality, it seems that millions lost their healthcare coverage so a few formerly uninsured could have a free policy. It is amazing that so far they have been unable to tell us exactly how many have actually paid for their new policies. There wonderful computer system just can't keep track of trivial information like that.

      I'll bet if you called Amazon they could tell you exactly how many toasters they sold yesterday.

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      TSAD 3 years ago from https:// online/ hubpages. html

      Yes, all you say is true...there is no surprise here. The one thing you can depend upon with this President, with this administration, with the democrat party and the main stream media is that no matter what the lies, how often they are told or how many lies are told or how often they have to lie about lying you can count on them continuing to lie and lie about lying. That is the ONE THING you can depend on to never change and on this THEY are not divided but totally united by their great uniter and Liar in Chief, Barack (who's sane?) Obama, blessed be his nnnn


      lying ass.

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      The Frog Prince 3 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Jim just doing simple math tells me no retraction will be necessary.

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      FitnezzJim 3 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

      Well Frog, interesting as usual.

      If you follow the examples of leadership in these modern times then no retraction would be expected, even if you did turn out to be wrong.