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March 16, 2014

To the editor: If you don’t like Obamacare, remember it was the hospitals, doctors and insurance industry that brought it about....

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Mar-21-14 12:09 PM

Today's Obamacare News:

Woman Stuck Paying for 2 Healthcare Plans After She Can't Disenroll From Obamacare...

Biden Admits Obamacare to Fall Short By 1 or 2 Million ...

Biden to Hold 'Off the Record' Obamacare Conference ... (the most transparent administration my behind!)

Pelosi: Stop calling it ObamaCare. It’s the Affordable Care Act. Affordable, affordable, affordable. (Now that's funny right there. I don't care who you are.)

It’s come to this: Lefty groups now offering young people cash prizes to enroll in Obamacare

New glitch on ObamaCare site providing faulty info about cost

Leading medical group says obscure ObamaCare rule could hurt doctors

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Mar-20-14 10:52 AM

Obama just said that minimum wage is the same as it was back when Ronald Regan was president. LOL!!! The negus in chief is more stupid than I could ever imagine. Min wage was $4.75 back in the 90's when I got my first job. It is $7.50+ now. How is that the same. OBAMA= one big a*s mistake America.

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Mar-19-14 10:20 AM

Recent Headlines (for those who don't watch Fox News):

REPORT: Obamacare premiums about to skyrocket...

Premiums rising faster than 8 years before Obamacare -- Combined!

FDA prevents 6-year-old boy from getting life-saving treatments...

Rule change lets insurance companies keep more profits, pay less for care...

Concerns about access to cancer centers under health law...

ABC's 'NIGHTLINE' Skipped ObamaCare for 123 Days...

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Mar-18-14 12:36 PM

Today's Headlines (for those who don't watch Fox News or read Drudge Report):

Obamacare leaves man owing $407,000 in doctor bills...

Pastor With Cancer: 'No Compassion in Affordable Care Act'...

Sigh: No, Obamacare Hasn't Reached 'Five Million Enrollments'

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Mar-17-14 9:04 PM

One Third of Uninsured Won’t Sign Up for Obamacare

As the White House scrambles to get people signed up for health insurance before the March 31 deadline, many uninsured Americans say they are still planning to take their chances and remain without coverage.

But, but, the Dems told us tens of millions were desperaste for health insurance.

bknees, tomsys, can you explain?

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Mar-17-14 1:14 PM

Tomsays, in most countries, "kids" become adults when they turn 18. Here they are considered kids until age 26, then they move into the basement until 40 when they seek employment at McDonalds. I never thought I'd see such a dismal outlook for my country. Thanks Obama, your love for the poor has created more poor people than any president since the great depression.

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Mar-17-14 9:58 AM

Our president promised no loss of our medical plan, no loss of our doctor, $2,500 less in medical insurance costs, no penalty for pre-existing conditions.

Who would have imagined you would be the lucky one?

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Mar-17-14 5:16 AM

The Affordable Care Act has moved this country in the right direction. My healthcare overall costs are now less then they use to be. Yes, I work and have insurance through my employer. The preventative care provisions, carry your kids till 26, and unlimited lifetime coverage are wonderful. I thank President Obama for the ACA.

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Mar-16-14 8:23 PM


a broken web site that cost hundreds of millions of dollars with virtually no security for enrollees

inability to account for how many folks actually paid

MILLIONS of people losing their health insurance and barely a few million signed up (NOT the tens of millions the Dems claimed were "desperate" for health insurance)

cancer patients being denied their treatments

folks losing their previous health insurance, that our president promised would NOT happen, over and over

folks losing their doctors, that our president promised would NOT happen, over and over

tax dollars spent for ads to get young, healthy folks to enroll, instead of the needy that we were told ObamaCare was meant for (how many old, sick people do you see in the ads?)

Instead of saving $2,500 per family per year, that our president promised, we see increases of thousands of dollars a year for our health care

bknees, The "Affordable" Health Care is certainly NOT the answer.

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Mar-16-14 1:27 PM

bKnees, you are just lost out in space somewhere. The only way our healthcare system will ever get better is if our government gets out of our healthcare system.

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Mar-16-14 1:26 PM

Mr. Buck I have to ask you, do you have a job? Pay taxes? If you do neither, you should not have a say in the matter. The lack of knowledge of how the economy, and supply and demand works is exactly what leads to this flawed line of thinking. Say we all have a national healthcare system. The worthless slobs that never contribute have the same level of care as a man that spends 60 hours a week underground in a coal mine. That is batcrap crazy!!! Where is the incentive to go to medical school? Say you had your way, think ER waiting times are bad now? LOL! Wait until all the slobs realize that they can just say they have back pain and get their opiates for free.

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Mar-16-14 8:28 AM

Thanks Mr. Buck. I think the ACA is a step in the right direction. More work is needed. Let's vote in a congress that will work together for the greater good.

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