Louise Slaughter, Democrat representative from New York, is trying to help convince Americans to get on board with Obama's health care plan by telling a story she says we won't believe.
LOUISE SLAUGHTER: I even have one constituent, you will not believe this and I know you won't, but it's true. Her sister died. This poor woman had no dentures. She wore her dead sister's teeth, which of course were uncomfortable and did not fit.
Did you ever believe that in America that that's where we would be? This is the last chance as far as I'm concerned, particularly on the export business. We have fallen behind. We're no longer the biggest manufacturer in the world. We've lost our technological edge. We have an opportunity to do that, but a major part of the success of that is getting this health care bill passed. Thank you very much.
The poor woman wouldn't wear her dead sister's dentures if we'd get back our technological edge?
That's quite a leap.
The Republicans are bringing ideas and facts to the table, wanting to be included in crafting health care reform legislation.
The Dems are bringing self-proclaimed unbelievable anecdotes to make their case for ObamaCare.