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Broken Promises of ObamaCare

lgoldhammer Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 7:43 AM
Let's just go back to major medical insurance when the cost of care and the cost of insurance was reasonable, established by fair market prices, and the government and corporate America was out of the health business and personal privacy of individuals. Oh, that's right we can't.... It would make too much common sense to return to what wasn't a problem before health care became a problem, especially since the wealth created by the HMO scam would not be available to donate to politicians thereby ensuring the scam lives on and Americans are bankrupted.... Simple fix, just too much common sense to do it...
Ann Anon Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 6:52 PM
How well I remember those days. Good health care at affordable prices. Sad to see it go.
Sonors Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 9:12 AM
Yes, yes, yes!! Too many people have been conditioned to think they should never have to pay anything out of pocket for their health, yet they don't hesitate to shell out hundreds for car repairs.
Pat1392 Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 9:54 AM

Tomorrow marks the third anniversary of President Obama’s most significant legislative 'accomplishment': ObamaCare -- the largest expansion of the welfare state in five decades. Tellingly, the President made sure it did not go into effect until after his re-election campaign concluded. Thus, Americans will not feel the full impact of this disastrous legislation until this coming January.

Despite a long, lavishly funded campaign to sell the supposed benefits of the 2,400 page behemoth, polls show ObamaCare is still as deeply unpopular now with the American people than when it passed in the spring of 2010. A recent Kaiser Family Poll shows...