Thursday, January 9, 2014

Democrat Senator Udall Asked State to Fabricate Obamacare Numbers

   During a time when distrust of the federal government is very high, no one is particularly surprised to learn a government official asked a state government to fabricate obamacare numbers to buoy support for the dying program. That the person in question is a US Senator is extremely troubling.
    Coming on the heels of disclosure that the Obama administration intentionally invented numbers to portray unemployment as much lower than reality, and the NSA refuses to disclose if they are stealing the communications and recording the phone calls of members of the United States Congress, people are turning away in disgust.
     The recent discovery that the obama administration appointed a donor/supporter to head up the "investigation" into IRS targeting of conservative groups and individuals in the run up to the 2012 election causes many to simply conclude that the current government is bereft of integrity, honor and any sense of decency. reports that emails show U.S. Senator Mark Udall's (D-CO) office pressured the Colorado Division of Insurance to downplay the number of insurance cancellations caused by the rollout of ObamaCare. A full 249,199 Colorado citizens were victimized by ObamaCare's cancellations. According to the emails, Udall's office hoped to change the definition of a "cancellation" as a way to lower the number. All of this occurred late last year as the storm around cancellations was engulfing Democrats and the president.
From an email inside the Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI), Director of External Affairs Jo Donlin bluntly stated to her colleagues:
Sen. Udall says our numbers were wrong. They are not wrong. Cancellation notices affected 249,199 people. They want to trash our numbers. I’m holding strong while we get more details. Many have already done early renewals. Regardless, they received cancellation notices.
Donlin’s email was sent November 14.
     Udall won his Senate seat with only 53% of the vote in 2008, a wave year for Democrats. The Senator is up for what many believe will be a tough re-election bid in 2014, and in a purple state that everyday feels more red than blue. 

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