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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Glenn Kessler
President Obama and the Democrats have been peddling some whoppers lately about women in the workforce and Obamacare that are patently untrue or based on questionable, exaggerated data.
It's getting harder every day to be a liberal.
The term "cherry-picking" is often applied to the practice of presidents who use inaccurate, narrowly drawn, fuzzy statistics and claims to cover up their economic failures.
We heard some real whoppers in this year's campaign, but the biggest of them all was President Obama's wildly exaggerated jobs claim.
It should be clear by now that Barack Obama is running his shaky presidential campaign in 3-D: dishonesty, deception and distraction.
The emergence of fact-checkers is one of the major stories of the 2012 presidential campaign, with the self-appointed arbiters of truth inserting themselves into all of the thorniest issues.
"An 85 percent payment rate would translate into about 6 million actually paying premiums," he writes, well below the much-ballyhooed White House figure.
"When all is said and done, the administration might only just meet the CBO's revised estimate of 6 million people or even fall short," Mr. Kessler says.