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Sebelius Finally Admits Premiums Will Rise as a Result of ObamaCare

Rock Strongo Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 10:09 AM
In the end, this will be blamed on those evil insurance companies who simply refuse to go along with King Barack's brilliant plan. Obama's handmaidens in the press will parrot the line, and the economically illiterate 51% will buy every word of it. Forward!
Loiso12013 Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 10:12 AM
We actually pay more for much less. We get much worse care. We are rated the 27th best health care in the world. We are by far the most expensive, doubling the cost of the next most expensive. But our insurance companies and execs are making a killing.
3204 Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 10:16 AM
May your chains rest heavily upon after you have willingly accepted to be a slave.
Rock Strongo Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 10:17 AM
Yeah, right--USA, the land of substandard medical care.



Petrus64 Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 10:21 AM
People are killing themselves with lifestyle choices. Don't blame the clean up crew for not solving the problem.

btw, the Government doesnt really care about you. They just sol you out by giving Monsanto full immunity from liability of their GMO making you sick or eventually killing you.

The FDA is essentially run by Monsanto ( and Merck and GSK)
Michael182 Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 10:23 AM
Answer me this Lois, how much do you think someone should make responsible for the movement of billions of dollars through a health care system and for the jobs of tens of thousands of employees? Is it fair all the time, no, but how well would YOU do with the responsbilities that go along in that position(s)?

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is finally admitting that the Affordable Care Act isn't actually that affordable. Think tanks have been warning for years about the expensive cost of ObamaCare and many have already seen their health insurance premiums rise as a result of its implementation yet, the administration has denied the bill will actually increase costs for consumers until now.

Some people purchasing new insurance policies for themselves this fall could see premiums rise because of requirements in the health-care law, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told reporters Tuesday.