Would someone please tell me why the Dems are out there screaming that the anger and concerns being expressed at Town Hall meetings by constituents is somehow “manufactured” and yet, the Dems have no problem sending in an imposter to impersonate a physician?
This is just like 1972 when John Kerry brought in imposters to impersonate Vietnam Veterans during his Winter Soldier scam.
From Meredith Jessup at Town Hall:
|During Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s town hall meeting … a doctor stood to voice her support for the proposed health care plan.
When prompted, Dr. Roxana Mayer told the congresswoman she had been practicing medicine for four year and told the Houston Chronicle that she was a “pediatric primary care physician.”
But, her story didn’t stand up to a quick background check:
|Turns out, the name “Dr. Roxana Mayer” doesn’t appear in the database maintained by the Texas Medical Board, a registry of all licensed doctors in the state. But the name “Roxana Mayer” does show up on Barack Obama’s website as a Texas Delegate for Obama–a small bit of information the Chronicle was aware of, but didn’t report in its story.
If the Houston Chronicle was so quick to believe this woman’s lies, I wonder if the editors there would be will to purchase a bridge in Brooklyn from me.
But this gets better.
Mayer was accompanied to the Town Hall by Maria Isabel, an Obama devotee whose campaign office displayed a Che Guevara flag.
You can access the complete story on-line here:
Playing Doctor For ObamaCare
August 13, 2009
Filed under: Corruption, Culture of Corruption, Government, Health Care, Mass Media, Politics | Tagged: Brooklyn Bridge, Houston Chronicle, Maria Isabel, Roxana Mayer, Sheila Jackson Lee | Leave a Comment »