He redefines hypocrisy. Here's another example:
Neither Obama nor his health care law literally "cut" a dollar from the Medicare program’s budget. Rather, the health care law instituted a number of changes to reduce the growth of Medicare costs.
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan's plan to turn Medicare into a voucher system is not sitting well with seniors, so he is resorting to launching false attacks on President Obama’s plan.
Here are the facts:
Before Obamacare, the government overpaid the private insurance plans in Medicare Advantage. The Medicare Trustees said those extra payments “resulted in higher Medicare costs overall and higher premiums for all Part B beneficiaries, not just those enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans.” That’s right—everyone paid higher prices so Medicare could give subsidies to private insurance companies.
All the health care law did was get rid of those extra subsidies—saving $156 billion over 10 years, according to the CBO. Because of this and other reforms, people with Medicare will save $4,200 over a decade.
Interestingly enough Paul Ryan protected those same cuts in his own budget.