...or your lying eyes?
Government proponents of Obamacare are offering incoherent and sometimes self-contradictory explanations for why insurance companies are canceling plans, despite President Obama's promise that people would be able to keep their plans.
"There's nothing in the health care law that makes insurers force people out of plans that consumers were enrolled in before the law," Julie Bataille, communications director at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, told reporters during a conference call Tuesday.
"The fact is that companies are starting to upgrade the quality of their plans to put in place the new benefits and protections that all consumers will have available to them moving forward," she said.
Those two sentences, uttered in one breath, cannot both be true. It's not possible to maintain honestly that "there's nothing" in Obamacare that makes companies change plans and then take credit for the companies deciding to "upgrade the quality of their plans."