Obama Promises Illegal Immigrants: Obamacare Sign Up Info Won’t Be Used For Deportation
Yeah, go ahead, trust him. : See how that works out for you:
In a joint town hall with Telemundo and Univision, President Obama made a pledge that his administration will not use Obamacare sign up data to deport illegal aliens.
“Will we hear from you a pledge, a personal promise, that the information provided in the registration process will not be used for deportation purposes in this country?”
“Absolutely,” Obama said, putting his hand down for emphasis.
Flashback: : Remember when Rep. Joe Wilson called Obama a liar? : Remember what that was about?
Let me refresh your memory:
In that address, the president pledged that the healthcare reform law would not cover illegal immigrants, prompting Wilson to shout, “You lie!”
Yes he does.
Here’s the video:
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