Let's say you're one of the millions of Americans who believe that Barack Obama wants to kill your grandma. You've heard various Democrats refuting the claim that the health care bill encourages euthanasia, but you simply don't believe them--after all, nearly every pundit and health care wonk you've seen on Fox News or read about on the Web says that the "death panels" are real and something to fear. Now you see the president on TV claiming otherwise. At a town hall event in Colorado on Saturday, Obama called the euthanasia claim "simply dishonest." He explained that you'd bought into "misinformation" and that, in reality, the legislation only called for Medicare reimbursements to doctors for providing "end-of-life" counseling. So now that Obama's out there personally defending himself, do you believe him?...

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