Nancy Pelosi rambles like a broken record, out of touch with reality

The Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi held a press conference Thursday in recognition of the four year anniversary of the occasion.

The Washington Free Beacon was on hand and tweeted a photo of the room, suggesting that Pelosi is about as popular as the law is these days:

When a reporter used the term Obamacare, Pelosi took the opportunity to remind us how “affordable” the law is by repeating the term again and again like a broken record — at least 14 times.

It was almost as if she really believed that if she repeated it often enough, it would make it so.

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That Pelosi regurgitated such nonsense just one day after The Hill reported that Obamacare premiums, already expensive for many of us, will necessarily skyrocket in 2015 goes to show how comically out of touch she is.

Or how blatantly dishonest she is with the American people.


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