You inadvertently owned up to it in the first sentence—something that I’ve heard from a lot…
Christopher Hooks

There’s a big difference between the citizens of a state backing a measure to provide those services and being conned into it by the feds telling you they will fund it and then taking away the money. The people getting the money are happy, those stuck with the bill after the fact are not, and the politicians know they’re being conned. You think the duplicity is OK because you support the expansion. The lies Obama told about Obama care would have had an insurance CEO in prison for fraud.

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