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One GOP presidential candidate, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, joined the majority in declining to investigate. Another, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, sided with Vitter.
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originally posted by: WeAreAWAKE
Apparently, both the Reps and the Dems have committed fraud by lying on official documents that the House and Senate only have 45 employees each to avoid having to accept Obamacare as their healthcare system.
NewsMax - Congress Committed Fraud
Read this carefully...our LAWMAKERS have not only committed fraud for their personal benefit, which they have forced us to endure, but then voted against investigating themselves. I don't have time today to look further into this, and the source is NewsMax, but considering that it is BOTH SIDES being called out...this may be worth some time investment and spreading the news.
"The Obama administration let Congress, which employs thousands of people, classify itself as a small business so that lawmakers and hill employees could keep heavily subsidized, federally funded coverage that would not have been available to them as individuals"
"These are signed under penalty of perjury, and since they were signed, 13,700 people have signed up for [coverage in] the supposed 'small businesses' with 90 total employees," he said.
originally posted by: AboveBoard
a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan
But haven't they always had an awesome healthcare plan funded by us taxpayers? This is nothing new - just a continuation of benefits through the ACA, as opposed to some great scandal or fraud. They have always been outside the pale of average American's day-to-day lives, as far as I can see.