The lie of comprehensive solutions strikes again

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Scott Brown taking advantage of a health care policy that he supports is just as bad as Elizabeth Warren, a white person, pretending she is a Cherokee Indian to gain affirmative action benefits. Wow, that sounds ridiculous when you put in one statement how ABCNews frames their coverage of the story:

The hits keep coming in Massachusetts. After facing her own controversy for questions about her Native-American heritage, Elizabeth Warren, the likely Democratic nominee in the Massachusetts Senate race, has accused Sen. Scott Brown of being a hypocrite after he told the Boston Globe that he still insures his 23-year-old daughter, Ayla, on his health care plan. Brown is the Republican senator whose election in January, 2010, broke the Democrats filibuster-proof majority in the Senate, forcing them to re-organize their plan for passing health care legislation. During his tenure in Congress, he has voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act three times, a provision of which allows children to stay on their health care until they turn 26.

Obamacare has another 2699 pages or so dealing with other “provisions of which” that Senator Brown may find objectionable, and certainly those can factor into his decision-making. Or not: Continue reading