Skip to comments.Obama Says Insurance Will Be "Significantly Cheaper" Under Obamacare, But That Isn't True
Posted on 08/09/2013 4:34:52 PM PDT by Biggirl
At a White House press conference Friday afternoon, President Obama said that health insurance plans offered under Obamacare will be "significantly cheaper" than plans currently on the market, but a string of recent reports say that isn't true.
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Well, for certain people, it will be.
Ours is going up $5K. Combine that with no raises for each of us the past five years and the skyrocketing cost of living and frugality becomes essential, not optional, for our middle class family.
* We’ve always been frugal, it’s just that now we have to be. Good thing we’re used to it.
Affordable Health Care, or Affordable Insurance for Health Care. Which is it?
Health insurance is an exceedingly bad idea when faced with the propensity for fraud and abuse on both the consumer and provider end of things. Throwing an inept government into the mix is asking for real trouble.
Impeachment File on Communist, Benghazi Coward B. Hussein Obama, formerly known as Barry Soetoro, currently a Legal Citizen of the Sovereign Nation of Indonesia.
———President Obama said that health insurance plans offered under Obamacare will be “significantly cheaper” than plans currently on the market, but a string of recent reports say that isn’t true.-——
This is an example of “socialist Realism” .....dictated by Stalin in the 1930 that all writers will write about the glorious future of the Soviet Union as if it already was a reality, regardless of the actual current reality...
Of course it won’t be cheaper! Here in Minnesota, Democrat Governor Dayton is trying to get a waiver for Minnesotacare, because “Obamacare is too expensive for the poor.”
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