NRSC - VIDEO: Unhappy Anniversary: The ObamaCare Collapse

Washington, D.C. - Democrats have been lying about ObamaCare since 2009. Today, in honor of the incredibly unhappy anniversary of the disastrous ObamaCare rollout, NRSC is highlighting Obama's loyal rubber stamps with the release of a new web video entitled, "The Anniversary Of The ObamaCare Collapse."

The video recalls the repeated lies of Democrats like Mark Begich (D-AK), Mark Pryor (D-AR), Mark Udall (D-CO), Bruce Braley (D-IA), Mary Landrieu (D-LA), Gary Peters (D-MI), Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Kay Hagan (D-NC), Jeff Merkley (D-OR), and Mark Warner (D-VA), who once promised hardworking families and individuals that they could keep their health care plans that they liked and doctors that they trusted. 

A side note: ObamaCare remains as unpopular (if not more so) today than it was in 2010 and a majority of Americans continue to strongly oppose the signature "achievement" of Democratic Senators and Congressmen and women across the country. 

"Democrats like Mark Begich, Mary Landrieu, and Gary Peters lied about ObamaCare then and continue to lie about it now," said NRSC Press Secretary Brook Hougesen. "Over the past six years Barack Obama and Washington Democrats have proven that they not only don't have the right solutions to get America growing again, but they lack the credibility to be trusted to keep their promises."

Click here to watch "The Anniversary Of The ObamaCare Collapse" 




Script: "The Anniversary Of The ObamaCare Collapse"

President Obama: “If you like your healthcare plan you can keep your healthcare plan.”

Jeff Merkley: “And I tell them, that they’re going to be able to keep the doctor they have because the goal isn’t to change that. If they have a plan they like, we want them to be able to keep that.”

Mark Begich: “The reality is that if you got an insurance plan now, you like it, you keep it.”

Kay Hagan: “If you like your doctors you can definitely keep it, keep your health insurance.”

President Obama: What we said was you can keep it, if it hasn’t changed since the laws passed.”

Mark Pryor: “Are we gonna be able to stick with our plan? The answer is yes.”

CBS Denver Reporter: “Senator Mark Udall knew, it didn’t look good. After all, he, like the president, had promised people that if they liked their insurance, they could keep it.”

President Obama: “I’ve said this once or twice but it bares repeating."

President Obama: “So if you like your plan you can keep your plan.”

Mary Landrieu: “He told people, if you have what you -- if you like the insurance that you have, you'll be able to keep it.”

Gary Peters: “And we are going to be able to hold that back and when the fall election comes back and the Republicans want to repeal healthcare we’re gonna tell them hell no, healthcare is here for all Americans.”

CBS This Morning Reporter: “CBS News is learning that another promise by the government isn’t holding up.”

Mark Warner: “There is no plan being proposed that I will support that will force people out of their existing plan if they have it and they like their existing doctor.”

CBS News' Sheryl Attkisson: “We’ve learned that the government estimated all along that millions of workers would be dropped from their employee insurance under the Affordable Care Act.”

Jeanne Shaheen: “Also called ObamaCare. Oh sorry, but the President says he likes it so. Yes, no I think it’s great.”

President Obama: “We will keep this promise, you will be able to keep your doctor.”

CNN Reporter: “Now a staggering number of older American’s are discovering that their long time Doctor’s are being dumped from their insurance plans.

VIDEO: “The policy I want to keep is gone next year.” 
Bruce Braley: “Yes.”

President Obama: “If you like your current insurance, you will keep your current insurance.”

Jeff Merkley: “We want them to be able to keep that.”

Mark Begich: “If you like it, you keep it.”

Kay Hagan: “You can definitely keep it.”

Mark Pryor: “Are we gonna be able to stick with our plan? The answer is yes.”

Mary Landrieu: “You’ll be able to keep it.”

Mark Warner: “I’m not supporting any plan that gets rid of those kind of choices.”