These are the top 10 failures of ObamaCare, starting with those that have had the most serious effect already on the economy, jobs, and the American people.
1. Explodes the Budget Deficit
2. Kills Jobs
3. Lose Your Own Doctor and Health Plan (my favorite)
One year ago: Obama said, “If you like your current insurance, you will keep your current insurance. No government takeover. Nobody is changing what you’ve got if you’re happy with it. If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. If you like your plan, you can keep it.”
Today: New regulations could force as many as 87 million Americans to lose their current health care plans and their own doctors.
As soon as the new ObamaCare regulations were announced, companies told their employees that they may not be able to keep their current health care plans because of the increased expense. So Obama’s secretary of Health and Human Services started issuing one-year waivers that exempt companies and unions from complying with the law if it causes a significant increase in premium costs or decrease in access to coverage.
ObamaCare is so broken that the Obama administration has spent the last six months exempting its union friends and large companies from the law. In this one year, the Obama administration has already issued 1,040 waivers to unions and employers, which thereby exempt 2.6 million people from ObamaCare regulations.
But small businesses and non-union workers who do not have the resources or access to the administration’s waivers will be forced to drop their employees’ current health care plans.
4. States’ Budget Deficits Grow to Possible Bankruptcy
5. Higher Insurance Premiums:
6. Crushes Businesses
7. Fewer Americans Have Access to Health Insurance
8. Senior Citizens Lose Medicare Coverage:
9. Overburdens Small Business
10. Tax Hikes
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No progressive liberals, go ahead and condemn the source but please provide proof of why you claim they are wrong.
Answer by tnmomofive at 8:47 AM on Mar. 26, 2011
Answer by vbruno at 9:07 AM on Mar. 26, 2011