It’s offending to have Obama and his minions look us right in the eye and tell us they did not tell us we could keep our doctors or our insurance, as though there was not video footage of him on more than 30 occasions promising we could keep our coverage and our doctor if we liked them — period.
Democrats in Congress parroted the same lines. It’s also been interesting watching the lapdog media’s reaction to being lied to over and over again. Some are objecting, mildly, but hardly the wall-to-wall meltdown we would have if any GOP politician were caught in such a scandal.
Democrats who lambasted Cruz, Lee and other conservative Republicans as “terrorists” for wanting to delay Obamacare, where are they? These Democrats who closed down the government, keeping veterans from their own open air monuments in a silly media campaign to vilify Republicans for opposing their sacred Obamacare, are now scrambling to get Obama to delay the implementation of Obamacare because it’s such a cluster-mess.
The corrupt unconstitutional way Obama changes the law unilaterally for friends and labor unions gives graft new meaning.
Over one hundred million Americans are getting letters from their insurers telling them their health policies have been canceled. This is not because the insurer is greedy, it’s because we have a government which has now demanded insane things like elderly women and men have maternity coverage and other nonsense they don’t need.
Those finding replacement insurance are learning it will cost them several times more than before. Why? Because we all now have to subsidize those who will not take care of themselves. Got to spread that wealth around, as Marx and Obama are so fond of.
There is, indeed, an epidemic of uninsured Americans in the U.S. now; it’s because of Obamacare. This is what happens when you have to “pass the law to find out what is in it.” This was idiotic from the start.
If anything, this nightmare should show the American people that this regime is too incompetent to be in charge of life and death issues like health care.