Comedian Jon Stewart again hammered the rollout of President Barack Obama's signature health care law on Thursday, mocking the remarks the president made during a press conference aimed at offering a "fix" for the law.
“Let me be clear,” Stewart said, mocking Obama. “When I said ‘November,’ I did not say which November. Let me be clear about that.”
Stuart then played a clip of Obama's Thursday press conference.
”I think I said early on when I was running, I am not a perfect man and I will not be a perfect president,” Obama had said.
“That wasn’t the slogan you campaigned on!“ Stewart exclaimed. “I think when you campaigned you were all, ‘Yes We Can!’ I don’t remember the other slogan being out there.”
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