A favorite of mine occurred with a caller (self-identified as apolitical, naturally) to the liberal Stephanie Miller Show, in which the caller claimed his doctor had gotten a letter that day, "from" ObamaCare, with horrifying news about restrictions and extremely costly price hikes. The caller couldn't identify who the letter was from (beyond "ObamaCare"), or the specifics of the letter, but alleged it to have just happened. Clearly, somebody was encouraging (paying?) people to call unfriendly outlets, posing as independent "concerned citizens." The problem being, these are not professionals, and cannot speak extemporaneously beyond their script.
The same is true with this Hannity grouping of people. This FOX "News" program has unlimited resources, and motivation to paint the ACA as flawed or worse. And yet, they come up with three couples who all have flimsy stories that are unsupported by facts? That and the fact of the company they are keeping makes me deeply suspicious that ObamaCare is the "disaster" they are making it out to be.
Inside the Fox News lie machine: I fact-checked Sean Hannity on Obamacare
I happened to turn on the Hannity show on Fox News last Friday evening. “Average Americans are feeling the pain of Obamacare and the healthcare overhaul train wreck,” Hannity announced, “and six of them are here tonight to tell us their stories.” Three married couples were neatly arranged in his studio, the wives seated and the men standing behind them, like game show contestants. . .
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