Last week, the latest Paul Ryan budget passed the House with a vote of 228-191. When ObamaCare passed the House in 2010, it passed with a 219-212 vote. This means the Ryan plan had a stronger majority than ObamaCare in its passage. This week, President Obama claimed a strong majority passed ObamaCare and attacked the passage of the Ryan budget as shoved through the House.
At least White House Press Secretary Jay Carney finally admitted a "majority" passed the ObamaCare.
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