When Sarah Palin correctly pointed out that Obamacare had built in death panels that would ultimately lead to needed medical treatments to seniors being cut to save money, the Left flipped out. They claimed that it was crazy to suggest that there was something like that in the bill and they assured everyone that they would never, ever, ever back something like that, and that they were offended that Palin even suggested it.
Of course, there was one problem with that assertion: Liberals have no qualms about lying to the American people. They do it all the time. That’s how they deal with the fact that many of their views are unpopular: They just lie about what they want to do. It’s such a common occurrence that liberals often just assume liberal politicians who say things that differ from the liberal line are lying. For example, do you ever wonder why liberals, for the most part at least, give Barack Obama a pass for being against gay marriage? There’s a simple reason for it: They think he’s lying.
That’s how it is with death panels. When a bill with death panels in it was in front of the American people, liberals claimed to be against death panels. But isn’t it funny that since Obamacare became law, stories about liberals who support death panels keep dribbling out?
See, that’s how it works. They lie to get you to support their position, then they start talking about it a little bit, and then eventually, liberals start talking about it en masse like everyone knew what they were getting into right from the start.
Want some examples?