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President who promised ‘you can keep your plan’ will answer your health care questions on WebMD

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By Doug Powers  •  March 9, 2014 11:20 AM

**Written by Doug Powers

The “Lie of the Year” winner who also promised that typical families would save $2,500 a year on health insurance premiums will field your health care questions soon:

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The fact that Obama’s still desperately trying to sell and spin a law that was signed into very fluid existence almost four years ago says all we need to know about how that’s going. Not only that, but the “leading source of health information” appears determined to lose that distinction by supplying their readers with health care “answers” from somebody with demonstrable, and even admitted, credibility issues:

President Obama next week will champion his health care law on WebMD, which bills itself as the “leading source of health information for consumers and health care professionals.”

The White House says Obama will discuss the importance of signing up for health insurance in the latest of a series of administration initiatives it hopes will boost enrollment by the end of open enrollment on March 31.

Good questions are being submitted. Just don’t ask how many people previously uninsured have signed up for coverage through Obamacare — that information isn’t being tracked because it was only supposedly the primary purpose of the entire law.

**Written by Doug Powers

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