The U.S. Chamber of Commerce continues to drench my district with false propaganda about the Affordable Healthcare Act. As I noted yesterday, Factcheck.org says that: "The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's latest onslaught of television ads continues to mis-educate voters about the potential impact of the heath care law."
This isn't a case where we have to guess who is behind the lies. As I found out in the 2010 election, the Koch Brothers hide behind the skirts of their puppet group "Americans for Prosperity." The health insurance monopolies pull the strings at "the 60-Plus Association." Those front groups make it hard to discern the real agenda. But the U.S. Chamber of Commerce? When did the Chamber of Commerece start to care about whether "20 million people [could] lose their current coverage"? When did the Chamber of Commerce become an eleemosynary institution?