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Obamazombies repeated his claims mindlessly, including his big lie that, “If you like your current insurance, you can keep it.”

That lie is still online on the White House website, where over the weekend it was slightly re-phrased but kept intact.

Only six weeks ago, Obamazombies lambasted Republicans for trying to defund Obamacare in exchange for funding the rest of government.

In 2010, every Senate Democrat was an Obamazombie, voting down a Republican effort to block the very HHS regulation which now is causing cancellation of millions of health insurance policies.

Earlier in 2010, it was Democrats alone who passed Obamacare by the narrowest possible margins in both House and Senate.

Nancy Pelosi told the nation they had to pass the bill to find out what was in it.

Now we’re finding out what was in the bill’s unread 381,517 words, plus over 11.5-million words of regulations added by the Obama Administration with the vast authority granted by the bill.

Here is the zombies’ new dilemma: On Friday, the House will vote on HR3350, the “Keep Your Health Plan Act,” sponsored by Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., and Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc.

It is a simple read; the bill is only two paragraphs long.

The measure allows insurers to continue to sell all individual health policies that were offered for sale on January 1, 2013, overruling the prohibitions of Obamacare.

Anyone could buy these; you do not have to be current customers.

The legislation permits what Obamacare outlaws: True competition