Mr. President, Fox News isn’t what ‘smoking Americans sick about your healthcare law. Your healthcare-law is.
we at Fox News are not the problem. I hate to break-it to you, sir. You are. Your words are. Your promises are. We didn’t sell this healthcare law. Sir, you did.
If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. Period!� Mr. President, tell that to tens of thousands of retirees at IBM and Time Warner and dozens of others, who’ve been dumped from their-coverage and told to find their own coverage.
Fox News didn’t push more of those firms to hire part-time workers. Your healthcare law did. Fox News didn’t incentive fast food restaurants to scale back their benefits. Your healthcare law did. Fox News didn’t make doctors want to opt out. Your healthcare law did. Fox News didn’t make insurance premiums-skyrocket. Your healthcare law did. Just like Fox News didn’t grant hundreds of exemptions to companies that needed them. You did. And Fox News didn’t delay one key provision after another, including online enrollment for those small business exchanges. You did. Just like it wasn’t Fox News that said we had to pass this to see what was in this. You did.
Fox News didn’t re-do basic math. Sir, you did. Fox News didn’t say you can cover 30 million more Americans and not see a hit in premiums. You did. Fox News didn’t say you could throw in those with per-existing conditions and not have to pay for it. You did. Fox News didn’t all but say you could get something for nothing. You did. Fox News didn’t come back years later and say, oh yea, we did raise some taxes. You did. Here’s where you are right about FoxNews, however, Mr. President: We can do math. And did. You cannot. And did not. We said it, and proved it. You didn’t.
The number of Americans working part-time and nervous. The number of retiree’s days away from being dumped on exchanges and anxious. The number of company bosses with any news to pass along on those exchanges, but still clueless. The number of doctors who want out. The number of congressmen now opting out.
Source—neil cavuto, fox news