Trey Gowdy appeared on Fox News and gave his reply to MIT Professor Jonathon Gruber, the architect of the Obamacare bill.  Gruber said the White House lied because they knew their supporters were too stupid to know the difference.  Gowdy shouted out to Gruber whom he told:

“You want to see how stupid our fellow citizens are? Take a look at last Tuesday night.  Because they rejected you, this bill and this administration.”

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Megyn Kelly said that even though they were able to pull the wool over the eyes of undereducated liberal voters, conservatives were on to the target the entire time.  Joe Wilson even expressed it when during the State of the Union message, Joe shouted out, “You lie.”  Wilson shouted that out just after Obama said that illegal aliens would not get Obamacare.  Well, guess what?  Here is a news story from yesterday:

Health and Human Services chief Sylvia Burwell made an appeal for immigration reform and extending Obamacare benefits to DREAM-eligible illegal immigrants on Tuesday while promoting the health-care law.

Kelly told Gowdy:

“This law has never had the majority of support of the American people.  And yet, it is on the books. They are stuck with it.”

Gowdy says this should be a lesson to voters the next time liberals come up with a massive bill that could bankrupt the country while destroying the best healthcare in the world.  We should never again pass a bill just to see what’s in it.

Gowdy took it one step further and explained the origin of the word, comprehensive:

“Comprehensive is Latin for, ‘there’s lots of bad stuff in here.’ And he just proved that he is willing to lie… because he has the arrogance of thinking that he knows what is best for this country and the citizens and the voters do not. So, keep that in mind the next time anyone tries to sell you a big piece of legislation by calling it comprehensive,”

Courtesy of Red Statements.