I've always felt ObamaCare was just a scheme to give health care to illegal immigrants. The great liar said no illegals will be allowed on ObamaCare. Well, guess what: They are on ObamaCare.
The state of Oregon randomly checked some of its applications. One hundred thousand people signed up. Ten percent were checked and thousands of illegals were found to be signed up. If every application were checked (which they should be) in every state, how many illegals do you think are signed up?
Could a third of the people signed up be illegals? Possibly. But I read nowhere that illegals are taken off ObamaCare.
The numbers would not make the great liar look too good, would they? So, he keeps illegally changing the law with nothing said from Congress.
Wake up, people. Three thousand people gave up their U.S. citizenship in 2013. Wonder why? I wonder how many more will follow.
It seems you are better off being an illegal than a legal citizen. Obama sure loves the illegals.
Does he love you? No.
P.S. This reminds me of a photo ID to vote. No check is needed. Yeah, right.
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