Oh Wait, Did We Say You Could Keep Your Plan?; Majority Of Americans Believe Obamacare Will Make Healthcare Worse; McCain Goes Full Frontal RINO; Obama Praises New FBI Chief, Promises No Political Hurdles; And Why Americans Should Be Happy The Saudis Are Angry— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 10-28-2013

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Carney Takes The Long Route To Admitting Obama’s ‘You Can Keep Your Plan’ Promise Isn’t True

From today’s White House press briefing: Fox News’ Ed Henry asked Press Secretary Jay Carney if he still maintained that the President’s infamous promise – that Americans who liked their health plans could keep them under Obamacare – is still true today. Watch… 

More Than Half Believe Obamacare Will Make American Health Care System Worse

A Rasmussen poll released today shows more than half of American voters sampled believe the implementation of the Affordable Care Act will ultimately damage the quality of health care offered in the United States. Read More… 

Senator John McCain Lets His RINO Flag Fly

In a recent interview with Bloomberg, Senator John McCain lavished praise upon former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He thinks she will be a “formidable” Presidential candidate. Read More… 

Obama Praises FBI Chief Comey, Pledges To Shield Agency From Politics

President Obama praised James Comey as the new FBI director and pledged to keep politics from interfering with the FBI mission Monday. Read More… 

Ron Paul Straight Talk: Americans Should Embrace Chilling Relations With Saudi Arabia

The Saudi leadership is angry that the Obama Administration did not attack Syria last month, and that it has not delivered heavy weapons to the Syrian rebels fighting to overthrow the Assad government. Americans Should Be Glad…

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