It's pretty clear President Obama "really didn't mean" "one of the most famous" promises of his presidency -- that if you like your health care plan, you could keep it under ObamaCare ("period").
The pledge has been called a "whopper" by independent fact checkers. And cancellation notices are landing in millions of mailboxes, leaving families and workers with fewer options and higher prices. Feeling the heat, the president is giving that promise a "tweak." He now claims that what he actually said was you could keep your plan if it hasn't changed since Democrats shoved ObamaCare into law.