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  • drstone3@bellsouth.net drstone3 Mar 11, 2013 8:04 AM Flag

    OBAMACARE will be the next bankrupt run government program like US Post Office.

    OBAMACARE will be the next bankrupt run government program like US Post Office. Just watch and see it happen over time.
    On CBS' "60 Minutes", Obama Called His Health Care Package One Of His Major Accomplishments
    CBS’ Steve Kroft:"Why do you think you deserve to be reelected? What have you accomplished?"
    President Obama:"Not only saving this country from a great depression, not only saving the auto industry, but putting in place a system in which we're going to start lowering health care costs and you're never going to go bankrupt because you get sick or somebody in your family gets sick." (CBS' "60 Minutes," 12/11/11)
    Yet ObamaCare Has Failed To Make Health Insurance More Affordable
    PROMISE: Obama Promised His Plan "Would Save The Average Family $2,500 On Their Premiums." (Sen. Barack Obama, Remarks Of Senator Barack Obama's Plan To Fight For Working Families And Take On Special Interests In Washington, Indianapolis, IN, 6/20/08)
    FAILURE: FactCheck.org: ObamaCare Is Actually Making Health Care “Less Affordable.” “At the moment, the new law is making health care slightly less affordable. Independent health care experts say the law has caused some insurance premiums to rise. As we wrote in October, the new law has caused about a 1 percent to 3 percent increase in health insurance premiums for employer-sponsored family plans because of requirements for increased benefits. Last year's premium increases cast even more doubt on another promise the president has made -- that the health care law would 'lower premiums by up to $2,500 for a typical family per year.’”

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