Health Care Summit Squabbles | FactCheck.org

We tuned in to watch the president’s health care summit at Blair House today — all six-plus hours of it. And we weren’t surprised to hear some factual missteps in the discussion:

via Health Care Summit Squabbles | FactCheck.org.

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2 responses to “Health Care Summit Squabbles | FactCheck.org

  1. dancingczars

    Sorry, Factcheck.org is underwritten by the Annenberg center, anything they say must be taken with a grain of salt when it come to all things Obama.
    Apparently they missed Paul Ryan’s slap down of Obama telling him that he had great respect for the CBO but they can only score what is put in front of them, what you gave them was smoke and mirrors from your website, then he gutted Obama with facts from the actual bill showing it was not revenue neutral but over 10 years would cost the tax payer $2.3 trillion dollars. If the bill were so important, why do they wait until 2014 to put it into effect? Simple they have until from 2011 until then to tax us to death to start the thing running, most of which won’t go into effect until 2018 long after he is out of office, and I’m thinking he is a one termer at best, Jim

  2. Mark Baird

    “Factcheck.org is underwritten by the Annenberg center, anything they say must be taken with a grain of salt”

    Spoken like a true cynic. (Listen to Fox News because they are not prejudiced or biased in their views. They are from another planet. They are not human beings.)

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