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Obama's Legacy! Now with 32 Percent Higher Costs!

Barbara B Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 6:59 AM
All of us need to demand from our legislatures, first to appeal Obama Care and second to force every representative to sit in on every propsed law and have it read to them. I don't care if it takes a month. This bill was too important to every man, woman and child in this country. The Democrats voted on it blind and every American will suffer from this. My insurance is private and has gone, up 31% in two years. This is only the beginning. The one thing I wish the Country can call for, before it's too late, is a vote on who wants this bill to go through. I am hopeful the Obama followers will come to their senses if that takes place. For now we are on a song and a prayer. Our country will be another failed Socialist Country, unfortunate
Myer2 Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 9:27 AM
" first to appeal Obama Care " My insurance is private and has gone, up 31% in two years. That"s the free enterprise system dont you just love it?
Gail101 Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 8:27 AM
We need to take their perks away, and make them pay a portion of their Platinum healthcare, ours is rationed, so should theirs be. And remove the ability of the first family to purchase clothes on our dime, vacation with donors/friends on our dime, and limit them to 2 vacations total of 3 weeks per year. Set them a house hold budget, if they want to throw private parties THEY PAY FOR THEM. No more $300,000 + Limo rides for Biden either, the government provides him with transportation just as they do the president.

Whether you like Obamacare or not, nationalizing healthcare was the boldest legislative achievement of any president since anything Ronald Regan did in the 1980s.

But the cost for Obama politically has been very high. Since passing ACA, Obama has lost control over the House by a fairly large margin. The mid-term election in 2010, which can only be described as a terrible defeat for the president, was a direct result of the bizarre way Obamacare passed. And, also, the bizarre promises made to pass it.

It was hailed as a “deficit reducer,” as the savior for small business,...