Sunday, December 20, 2015

For those of you who hadn't already figured it out,

no, it was not a 'mistake'; no, it was not an 'error in wording'.  Obama looked everyone in the face and lied, over and over.
Buried in Obamacare regulations from July 2010 is an estimate that because of normal turnover in the individual insurance market, “40 to 67 percent” of customers will not be able to keep their policy. And because many policies will have been changed since the key date, “the percentage of individual market policies losing grandfather status in a given year exceeds the 40 to 67 percent range.”

That means the administration knew that more than 40 to 67 percent of those in the individual market would not be able to keep their plans, even if they liked them.

Yet President Obama, who had promised in 2009, “if you like your health plan, you will be able to keep your health plan,” was still saying in 2012, “If [you] already have health insurance, you will keep your health insurance.”
And every damned one of the Democrats who voted for this knew it, too. 

And for every one of you idiots who insisted "It will be WONDERFUL!", and are now screaming at what coverage you can get(IF you can get any),

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Free Shit Army is perfectly happy with this turn of events, because once the government wrecks the insurance industry from top to bottom and end to end, the next step will be a "single payer system" that means even more free shit for the Free Shit Army.

And if a few tens of millions of old white people get put on the "Liverpool Care Pathway" (translation: involuntary euthanasia for those the death panels judge to be "too old" and "too sick" to be worthy of medical care, as they're already doing in the UK) well, at least the FSA is gonna get their free methadone and free smack and free AIDS drugs and free "medical marijuana" and free clean needles and big fat SSI disability checks for their seventeen IQ-55 crack babies, all courtesy of taxpayer suckers like us, and doesn't that make it all worthwhile?

The idea of robbing Peter to pay Paul always has Paul's enthusiastic support. What happens when Peter's money runs out is never given much consideration.