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Palin calls out Obama on lies

Posted by loricalabrese on September 24, 2010

You didn’t forget about Obamacare did you? With all the brouhaha recently over the momentum of the Tea Party, and the heightened concern about job loss, Sarah Palin on the day the first changes of our health care system took place, wanted to make sure you certainly didn’t forget and has renewed her effort to Take Back the 20.

Palin posted a Facebook note on Thursday titled, “Lies, Damned Lies–Obamacare 6 months later; It’s Time to Take Back the 20,” sure to heat up even more debate about Obamacare. In the post, Palin makes a lengthy list of some of the problems associated with Obama’s heath care overhaul.

For example, Palin says, “Remember when the president said, “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor”? Not true. In Texas alone a record number of doctors are leaving the Medicare system because of the cuts in reimbursements forced on them by Obamacare!”

Palin also addresses the Obama administration’s promise that Obamacare would cut a typical family’s premium “by up to $2500 a year”. She says, “Not true. In fact, fueled by reports that insurers expect premiums to rise by as much as 25 percent as a result of Obamacare, Senate Democrats are contemplating the introduction of price controls.”

Palin goes on to analyze how federal dollars are being used to fund abortions, the effect on small business, and the president’s promise that his bill would ensure “everyone [has] some basic security”.

“False again,” Palin says. “Besides the great uncertainty that Obamacare hampers businesses with, companies now find it is actually cheaper to pay the $2000 per employee fine imposed by Obamacare than to keep insuring their workforce. This leaves millions of American workers at risk of losing their employer-provided health insurance.”

Palin also reminds everyone that “yes, those rationing “death panels” are there, and so are the tax increases that the president also promised were “absolutely not” in his bill,” so Palin is renewing her effort to Take Back the 20 and has launched a new website dedicated to the cause. Yes, her target list is still under the crosshairs–the ones that upset liberal bloggers and accused Palin of inciting violence. But Palin is once again reloading and the new website,, focuses on the 20 congressional districts that John McCain and Sarah Palin carried in 2008 which are or were represented by members of Congress who voted in favor of Obamacare. provides information about the candidates in these 20 districts who are committed to repealing and replacing Obamacare. It has links to their personal websites and their donation pages. It allows you to read up on them, and then support them in their race to defeat those who, as Palin says, “gave us this terrible bill.”

“Higher costs and worse care – is it any wonder why people are overwhelmingly in favor of repealing and replacing Obamacare?,” Palin asks. “Politicians who have vacillated on this issue need to be fired. Candidates who don’t support “repeal and replace” don’t deserve your support…It’s time to make a stand. Let’s take back the 20!”

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