The promises he breaks all have major negative impacts on the majority of citizens.
A Bloomberg Story from May 31st exposed some of this.
Drugmakers Vowed to Campaign for Health Law, Memos Show
It looks like there is some genuine evidence that points to Big Government / Big Corporation "cooperation" when ObamaCare was being "debated" and sealed.
Republicans on the House Energy and Commerce Committee have released documents showing some big drug companies agreed to "press" ObamaCare with things like ads and to run a “very significant public campaign” and pay for the efforts !!!!
This is devastating... The Obama Administration has been denying this !!!
Democrats are in a wild frenzied reactive state and are coming up with all kinds of
Drugmakers led by Pfizer (PFE) Inc. agreed to run a “very significant public campaign” bankrolling political support for the 2010 health-care law, including TV ads, while the Obama administration promised to block provisions opposed by drugmakers, documents released by Republicans show.
The internal memos and e-mails for the first time unveil the industry's plan to finance positive TV ads and supportive groups, along with providing $80 billion in discounts and taxes that were included in the law. The administration has previously denied the existence of a deal involving political support.
The documents were released today by Republicans on the House Energy and Commerce Committee. They identify price controls under Medicare and drug importation as the key industry concerns, and show that former Pfizer Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Kindler and his top aides were involved in drawing it up and getting support from other company executives.
Now here this - Now here this: ---- it's ‘Always Done’
“President Obama’s efforts to enlist the support of private industry are exactly what presidents have always done to enact major legislation,” U.S. Representatives Henry Waxman of California and Diana DeGette of Colorado said in a joint statement.
Waxman and DeGette, in their statement, said the Democrats had managed to get more than the $80 billion out of drugmakers described in the memos, putting the figure at $110 billion to $125 billion.
Included in the documents released by the Republicans was an October 2012 e-mail from Bryant Hall, a PhRMA lobbyist,
In it, Hall wrote that the Obama administration had agreed to block a proposal by Democrats in Congress that would let people import pharmaceutical products from outside the U.S., where price controls offer them at lower costs than they can be obtained inside the U.S.
The White House “is working on some very explicit language to kill it in health-care reform,” Hall wrote in an e-mail sent to Kindler and Sally Susman, a current Pfizer executive vice president and head of the New York-based drugmaker’s public policy and communications operations.