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Megyn Kelly vs. Rep. Frank Pallone on Obamacare: If you like your obfuscation, you can keep it

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By Doug Powers  •  October 31, 2013 01:40 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

I don’t post a lot of “interview” clips, but this video more closely resembles an attempted therapy session/intervention gone bad. The responses of Rep. Frank Pallone (D-Nile) are so ridiculous that this is one of the funnier attempted question & non-answer sessions I’ve seen in a while.

As near as I can tell, part of Pallone’s argument is “Obama didn’t lie when he said people could keep their policies, it’s just that the only people getting cancellation notices are the ones who bought policies there wasn’t demand for in the first place.” (Whuh?) And that’s one of his more logical arguments. Oh, and people losing their existing insurance plans because of government regulations is “capitalism,” or something. Click “play” to roll tape on the Cuckoo-Cam:

Pallone is dangerously close to being sued by Nathan Thurm for copyright infringement.

This sums up the interview nicely:

**Written by Doug Powers

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