Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot. Apparently, the New York Times just can’t bring itself to admit that President Obama lied about people being able to keep the health insurance they have.
From The New York Times:
The split between lawmakers and the White House reflects the dilemma the president finds himself in as he seeks to follow through on last week’s acknowledgment about his incorrect promise on health care coverage. Hundreds of thousands of people have received cancellation notices from health insurance companies because their plans do not conform with minimum standards set by the new law.
Linden deCarmo @lindendTyler Johnson @GOPTJMark Turner @MarkTurner_km
New York Times Calls Obama’s Keep Your Plan Lie An “Incorrect Promise”… fb.me/2XZk5xTNJRight With Reason @RightWithReason
In other news, NYT says that Bill Clinton's "did not have sexual relations" statement was a "misdirect assurance": rare.us/story/the-new-…wernet @wernetAghastone @harangusSean Agnew @seanagnewSensibleOne @SensibleOne
The New York Times calls Obama’s insurance lie an “incorrect promise” bit.ly/1i9hhzXRodger Morrow @rodgermorrow
When is a lie not a lie? When the president tells it and the NY Times reports it. Then it’s an “incorrect promise.” nytimes.com/2013/11/13/us/…NoOilforPacifists @nooil4pacifistsMichael Graham @IAMMGraham
The same NYTimes that discovered Zimmerman was a "WHITE Hispanic" invents a new phrase for Obama: "incorrect promise" nytimes.com/2013/11/13/us/…Joe Wilson Was Right @notalemming
The New York Times calls Obama's insurance lie an "incorrect promise" ow.ly/2BqrFF