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Ex-secret service agent blasts Obama (on Obamacare)
« on: October 19, 2013, 06:31:59 AM »
Ex-Secret Service Agent Blasts Obama

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On October 18, 2013 @ 5:35 pm In The Point | 25 Comments




Daniel Bongino is a candidate for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District.


Mr. President,

In one of your famous #Obamacare speeches you stated, “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan.”

Well, as evidenced by the below letter, which my wife and I just received, you lied.

We did “like our plan” and were informed in this letter that our plan will no longer exist and we will be forced to purchase a new plan, from a website which doesn’t work, for a higher monthly premium, for services we don’t want.
 Now, I know I am not one of your connected cronies and insiders, who were all given waivers from this disastrous piece of legislation. I was just one of the Secret Service agents who put my ass on the line for you every day, but I was still praying that given our middle-class existence, operating a small-business, that your “fundamental transformation” of America would have stayed out of our home. Apparently that is not the case as my public battle against your disastrous presidency has just become personal.

Regards,
 Dan



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