well then, let me fill you in....<quoted text>Yeah that's the network that "fabricated" news against Dubya...remember that phaggot? it's delightful none the less...'Murica sees thru the BS the kenyan mooslime is selling...way to wonder off topic and bring Fox news into fktard...I don't get my news from the TV retard...
Fox News clears up CBS News story about perils of Obamacare
After appearing on CBS News yesterday morning in a segment on her rising health-care costs under Obamacare, 56-year-old Florida resident Dianne Barrette received calls from producers at Fox News, the better to repeat her critical tale on TVs No. 1 outlet for Obamacare opposition. Presumably the network was interested in how Barrettes insurance premiums were set to go from around $50 to nearly $600, as she explained yesterday on CBS News.
The story, however, wasnt as straightforward as the CBS News account suggested. As pointed out here and here, Barrettes $50 insurance plan was shot through with holes, particularly with respect to hospitalization. The Obamacare-compliant plan that she was offered in its place must comply with a set of basic standards, including hospitalization.
Following all the ruckus, Fox News host Greta Van Susteren interviewed Barrette on last nights edition of her program On the Record. The deficiencies of Barrettes longtime plan got plenty of attention from Van Susteren:
VAN SUSTEREN: I must say though that your policy is like, you know, if you are walking across the street and someone runs a red light, you are in deep trouble under your existing policy.
BARRETTE: That is true.
Now theres something: Fox News, clearing up the distorted and negative impressions left by the mainstream media on Obamacare.
Following her chat with Van Susteren, Barrette got word from a network producer that her appointment to appear this morning on Fox News was cancelled, she tells the Erik Wemple Blog.
don't you just hate it when people try to mislead the public?