This woman continues to prove that Botox kills brain cells and that liberals have no grasp of reality or history.
From The Hill:
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Wednesday evening that the 2010 healthcare law, which prompted complaints from conservatives that Democrats far exceeded their constitutional authority, actually helps people meet the goal outlined in the Declaration of Independence, which promotes mankind’s rights to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
Speaking on the House floor, Pelosi called on her colleagues to remember “what our founders put forth in our founding documents, which is life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And that is exactly what the Affordable Care Act helps to guarantee.”
The majority of Americans are not happy about ObamaCare, nor are they happy about the way it was passed with lies and bribes. The Declaration of Independence also says “all men are created equal” but the ObamaCare law allowed Obama supporters to receive waivers to duck the law while the average American has to abide the law. Pelosi also seems to not understand the charges of tyranny the Founding Fathers said King George committed.
Pelosi explained that the law gives people the flexibility they need to pursue these goals, since it makes it easier for them to switch jobs in order to pursue their career or family goals.
Speaking of jobs, what happened to the 400,000 immediate jobs Pelosi promise ObamaCare created?
“A healthier life, the liberty to pursue happiness, free of the constraints that lack of healthcare might provide to a family,” she said. “If you want to be photographer, a writer, an artist, a musician, you can do so. If you what to start a business, if you want to change jobs, under the Affordable Care Act, you have that liberty to pursue your happiness.”
Guess Pelosi didn’t read the CBO report that said 20 million would lose their employer-paid health insurance and that ObamaCare will insure 2 million less while doubling in cost.
And so that is why I’m so pleased that this week we can celebrate the two-year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.”