Sunday, November 22, 2009

Debbie Wasserman Schultz:That Lying C U Next Tuesday

From This Week with George Stephanopoulis




In spite of George Stephanopoulis correcting her, and well, the facts as any third grader could see, Debbie "Wishy" Wasserman Schultz still won't admit Obamacare rations healthcare to the detriment of women.

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STEPHANOPOULOS: I want to bring this back to...
(CROSSTALK)
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: ... Republicans...
(CROSSTALK)
STEPHANOPOULOS: Excuse me for a second. I want to bring this back to another controversy we had this week over the cancer deadlines, because it connects to this point in the patient-doctor relationship. You and several others were critical...
BLACKBURN: Yes.
STEPHANOPOULOS: ... of the -- of the guidelines saying that this is -- that under the president's plan, under the Democrat's plan, it's going to lead to more rationing. Yet the American Cancer Society says that the Republican alternative is worse, would do more harm than good, wouldn't give preventive services to anyone, and that under these bills, preventive care is encouraged and actually required by insurance companies. So isn't that an improvement?
BLACKBURN: Well, actually, it is not. And the guidelines that came out this week by the Preventive Services Task Force have a direct link to what would be offered if the House and the Senate bills were to go into law, if they were to be put into law.
And, George, this is exactly how it happens. If you go to page 1,296 of the House bill, the engrossed copy, and you began to read in title three of that bill, on preventive and wellness services, and you get down to section 2301, this is what happens. In section 3131 of that bill, it changes the Preventive Services Task Force to the Clinical Preventive Services Task Force.
Then, you go back and you see that that task force on preventive clinical services is tasked with rating A, B, C, D, or I all preventive services. Then you go back into section 222 of the bill...
BLACKBURN: Yes, I have read this bill. And that indicates what would be paid or covered. And this is where the actual link comes, and I'll read it for you. In section 2301, it says, "All recommendations of the Preventive Services Task Force" -- that's the group that did the mammograms -- "and the Task Force on Community Preventive Services, as in existence on the day before the date of the enactment of this act, shall be considered to be recommendations of the Task Force on Clinical Preventive Services."
STEPHANOPOULOS: So the guidelines -- the point is that the guidelines then...
BLACKBURN: They becomes the law.
STEPHANOPOULOS: ... would -- would become...
BLACKBURN: They become the law, the mandate.
STEPHANOPOULOS: ... would become controlling.
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: No, they would not be.
BLACKBURN: Yes, they do.
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: And what's unfortunate is that the Republicans, and Ms. Blackburn, have for the first time politicized breast cancer.
BLACKBURN: That is incorrect.
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: That is -- no, it is not. And I'm a breast cancer...
BLACKBURN: No, it is incorrect.
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: As you know, as a breast cancer survivor, Marsha...
BLACKBURN: That is incorrect. It's in the bill, Debbie.
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: Excuse me.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Let her finish her point.
BLACKBURN: I have a great respect -- yes.
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: As a breast cancer survivor, I came out against these -- these recommendations. Every major cancer organization has come out against these recommendations. The task force language in that bill actually makes sure that prevention -- preventive services like mammograms and colonoscopies and other cancer screenings would be free. The task force recommendations -- the language in the bill...
(CROSSTALK)
STEPHANOPOULOS: Well, Debbie, let me -- let me clarify this...
(CROSSTALK)
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: ... that even more women would get access to...
(CROSSTALK)
STEPHANOPOULOS: Excuse me for a second. That -- that is true. But let me clarify a little bit, because under the -- the bill -- and we have -- we have the language, as well. It says that a group health plan and health insurance issuer offering the group (ph) shall provide coverage, but only under -- if the Preventive Services Task Force rates it as an A or B.
BLACKBURN: That's right.
STEPHANOPOULOS: And, actually, under the -- under the task force, they said that these mammograms for women 40 to 50 is rated C. So they actually wouldn't be covered. So you have a great expansion for a broad part of the population, but actually, these guidelines would be controlling for ages 40 or 50.

Even after all of that, Wasserman refuses to believe the bill limits care for women and mammograms. In spite of the recitation before her own ears and eyes, by a democrat no less...This is the lying delusional scum we are up against. Is there any doubt?


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9 comments:

blackandgoldfan said...

Within the past few days, there has also been a revision in the guidelines for pap smears. It's insanity.

I was going to do something similar to this, but you did a great job. No need for my ranting! :-)

The Right Guy said...

Rant away. You may cover something I did not.

chuck said...

A democrat on tv proves that they are in the business of peddling lies? Gee, since when is there anything new about that? Leftists are scum. It's foolish to expect anything approaching honesty from scum.

The Right Guy said...

No surprise here Mr. Coffer. I just wanted to illustrate it. It was amazing to see her lie boldface even when presented the facts from a person on the left.

Bug said...

It's not the lives of women... it's the agenda. If the agenda states that the only way it will move forward is to step on the backs of those who have supported them, they will do it.

The Right Guy said...

Or back over them with the bus multiple times until dead.

Anonymous said...

Wassermann-Schultz, whatever this idiots name is a hired gun for her party. 100% of her dribble is a Lie, with no evidence to back up her claims what so ever. People in FLORIDA should be shot for putting this douche bag in office.

The Right Guy said...

When you consider that half of NY moved to Florida, it's not difficult to see how they elected her. Believe me, I was in the minority when I lived in NY.

deedunn2009 said...

Debbie Wasserman Schultz knows nothing. Robert Lowry will be taking her place for Florida's US Congressional District 20 in 2010. LowryforCongress (dotcom) is the web site. Be gone, Debbie, be gone!

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