Veteran Says He Thinks President Lied to Him About Obamacare

By Barbara Boland | April 25, 2014 | 11:11am EDT

Chris Schiff, a Marine Corps veteran from Louisiana, lost his insurance because of Obamacare and now pays more than twice what he used to in health insurance premiums. He's featured in Americans for Prosperity's latest anti-Obamacare ad.

"I did two tours in Iraq. Because of my service, I was able to get a health care plan that worked for me. So, I get a letter from my insurance company that said my insurance costs were going way up because of Obamacare. 'Oh, and by the way, you should be happy about it,'" he says on the ad.

Fox News' Megyn Kelly asks Schiff if Obama lied to him, and he says, "Yes, I think so."

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