We all know Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to be a very loyal and partisan supporter of President Obama and his policies, who will stand there with a straight face and tell you that the sky is falling, when it reality it isn’t.
But there comes a time when all of the fun, vitriolic, divisive, and in some cases, untrue rhetoric needs to really be put on the back burner of the political stove.
Wasserman Schultz’s most recent statement on Twitter about her appearance on CNN, saying that it was “time for Republicans to stop obstructing the law and confusing consumers” for the failure of the Obamacare healthcare law, is one of these times.
Was just on @CNN talking #Obamacare. It’s time for Republicans to stop obstructing the law and confusing consumers.
— D Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) November 14, 2013
She is correct in saying that Obamacare is being obstructed, and that obstruction is confusing consumers. But the cause of this so-called obstruction of the law is the law itself, and not Republicans. Just this week, it was reported that a total of only a little over 100,000 Americans have signed up for the President’s legacy healthcare legislation, of which a paltry 27,000 came from federal exchanges.
The real obstructionist to Obamacare is the apologetic President himself, who told Americans that they would be able to keep their existing healthcare plans, and then authorized the roll out of a law, whose enrollment mechanism was completely flawed.
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