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Bryan Preston


May 1, 2014 - 10:02 am

Today’s White House press briefing was filled with moments of low comedy. Spokesman Jay Carney’s head kept bobbing into a position that turned the sign behind him, which reads THE WHITE HOUSE on one line and WASHINGTON DC on the second, into a graphic that said WHITE WASHING — as he whitewashed the recent email and testimony on Benghazi.

Early in the presser, MSNBC’s Chuck Todd asked about the Obamacare enrollment numbers. Todd’s question was based on a study that finds that only 2.45 million Obamacare enrollees paid their first premium by April 15, which calls President Obama’s 7.1 million enrollment figure into question.

Carney treated the administration’s Obama enrollment data as if it’s an unknowable on a par with the meaning of life itself.

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Look, the Obama government has been scooping up our cell phone metadata for years. Surely it has Obamacare enrollment numbers by now.

Bryan Preston has been a leading conservative blogger and opinionator since founding his first blog in 2001. Bryan is a military veteran, worked for NASA, was a founding blogger and producer at Hot Air, was producer of the Laura Ingraham Show and, most recently before joining PJM, was Communications Director of the Republican Party of Texas.

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Has D.C. legalized pot yet? Carney's really saying "I reject your reality and substitute my own".
29 weeks ago
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I dispute your facts with my fabrications.

By the way, these numbers...were not about Obamacare.

Just look at these past headlines where the spouses of ours reported on the enrollments. That PROVES the enrollment numbers.

Our spouses report on this law. Oedipus Lex.
29 weeks ago
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Considering all of their numbers thusfar have been pure fabrication and fiction, I'm surprised they didn't just pick a good number and lie.
29 weeks ago
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If the numbers were good, they'd be touting them.
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