“Shut the Door,” Flat Top Gets Testy in DC

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Sen. Jon Tester’s (D-MT) one vote in the US Senate could have either blocked or approved the Obamacare legislation on Capitol Hill.  Of course it was with his vote in favor that the law passed, and despite NBC News reports that millions of Americans are losing their insurance as a result of Obamacare, Senator Tester denies the law is having this effect. 

John Mccormack and Michael Warren have the story for The Weekly Standard:

“They’re wrong,” Tester said. He continued, “I think what we’ve got is we’ve got a current system that we’re moving out of that has a whole bunch of people who don’t have insurance. We’re going to try to get them insurance.”

So was President Obama wrong when he said Americans could keep their insurance if they like it? Tester didn’t say.

“Shut the door,” he told the Capitol elevator operator. “I didn’t pick that up.”


Al Smith

Thursday, October 31, 2013 3:12 PM

Senator Tester, along with all democrats, are now entered into total Obamacare denial mode. What it will take to bring them out of their coma and face the cold hard facts of reality is beyond me.

Even the liberal major media sources are now reporting that thousands and thousands of Americans are losing their insurance. Unless they are staying out of touch riding up and down on elevators as Tester was doing, the democrat bone heads know it. They know it and don’t care or refuse to acknowlege it. Makes little difference to those who no longer can keep their insurance as President Obama promised them time and time again they could. Why did he say it if it were not true? Was it to get the law passed? It’s another Obama mystery!

Oh! Before I forget, here again I want to thank the Libertarians for doing their part to send old Flat Top back to the Senate this past election. Think about that next time you decide to vote for someone on a third party ticket.

Al Smith

Thursday, October 31, 2013 3:35 PM

Latest News Flash which goes along with my previous post:

“Obama just announced that he has told so many whoppers he is now the Burger King.”

Friday, November 01, 2013 12:18 AM

For “big-gummint progressives” like tester, mccain, pelosi, baucus, reid, obama and all the rest, their utter lack of grounding in the real world (paying bills, being accountable, making things work, etc) even the possibility that their “solutions” are causing the problems is unthinkable.

…whenever they bother to put down the koolaid and actually think, that is.

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