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  • garyjohnson34231 garyjohnson34231 Nov 14, 2013 4:50 AM Flag

    Before Obamacare

    There were 30 Million (10%) on Americans w/o insurance. Now we have lost another few million who lost their insurance that wasn't suppose to happen too.
    When Obama is done, we will have 30 Million w/o insurance and 300 million paying 10 times more for their insurance.

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    • Spot on!

      Another 4.9 Million as of this morning. Info from HHS , and accurate. More by the minute. This is DEVASTATING to the economy!! Visited a Doctor(well known Ortho Doctor) just yesterday. He showed us a bulletin wherein they do not know if, repeat IF they will be able to do hip and knee replacements from this coming January. Further advises Medicare & HHS Chair, a lady is not taking any calls from any hospital on any matter related. It's like a secret society.
      The welfare sucking parasites who have done this all need to be shipped back to Liberia, Me(s)(s)'ico, and even many to Israel. Damn NY libs are to be ashamed, but are not.
      Remember, Obuma was raised by two commies!

      Sentiment: Buy

    • flippant_1 Nov 14, 2013 6:35 AM Flag

      LIAR. You have a long history of posting nothing but far-right LIES

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      • Buchanan Co-Sponsors “Keep Your Health Care Act”

        “Promise to American people MUST be honored”

        WASHINGTON – As millions of Americans lose their health insurance coverage under ObamaCare, U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-FL, today co-sponsored legislation allowing people to keep their current health plan.

        Since ObamaCare’s enactment, an estimated 4 million Americans have lost their existing insurance policies because they do not meet the guidelines set forth by the new health care law.

        “Americans were assured they could keep their current health plan if they wanted it,” Buchanan said. “We now find out – three years later -- that this guarantee was nothing more than a broken promise. For this reason, I have co-sponsored legislation ensuring that we honor our commitment to the American people.”

        Specifically, the “Keep Your Health Care Act” (H.R. 3350) would authorize insurance companies to keep offering plans previously deemed invalid because of ObamaCare’s new insurance standards. The bill is scheduled for a House vote later this week.

        Dating as far back as 2009, President Obama stated repeatedly that Americans would be able to keep their existing health plans “no matter what.” President Obama said: “No matter how we reform health care, we will keep this promise to the American people. If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. If you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan, period.”

        Unfortunately, as detailed by the Associated Press, the President’s promiseis “proving empty for people who are getting cancellation notices in the individual or small-business insurance marketplace and for workers who are beginning to see jarring changes in their employer-provided plans.” In Florida, 300,000 individuals were notified just last month that their health insurance was being cancelled.

        Former President Bill Clinton also weighed in yesterday on behalf of the American people, calling on the Administration to honor its health care pledge.

      • flippant_1 I'm sure you don't have anything to worry about. As far as I know you don't have to pay anything for Medacaid. With food stamps, free phone, bus passes and section 8 housing you really don't need to worry about anything except what you will do when the GOP gets control of both houses and the white house.

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