I suppose this is one way to get misinformed and naïve young people to sign up for Obamacare – which, by the way, is the only way to get the damn thing to work.
These are the stories of those left behind by Obamacare. They won't see their premiums fall. Instead, their insurance will double in price.
In his press conference today, the White House press secretary Jay Carney said he would sign up for insurance under Obamacare- but only if he found himself without coverage.
UPS has become yet another poster-child for the ill-intended effects of Obamacare.
The best way to understand the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) is to realize that it confers large benefits on some people and imposes large costs on others.
For decades, members of the left have insisted that the right is fighting a war on science. But when it comes to the issues of abortion and homosexuality, it is the left that fights a consistent and ridiculous war with reality.
Over the next 10 years health reform will impose upon us about $1 trillion in new taxes and it will take another $716 billion out of Medicare, imperiling access to care for the elderly and the disabled according to Medicare's Office of the Actuaries.
Brace yourselves for higher medical insurance costs that will hit young and old alike as a result of President Obama's nationalized health-care mandates.
A majority of the world's nations employ some kind of single-payer, government-run health care system, and they don't have "death panels." Or do they?
Exactly two years ago this week, the Obama administration announced it had issued more than 100 waivers en masse to a select group of companies, unions and other health insurance providers seeking relief from the onerous federal health care law.
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