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On TV this morning they were talking about Obamacare, and thought it would likely triple plus it is set to take healthcare away from 5 to 10 million. Rather then impose a Marxist Crony-Capitialist, Fat-Cat Healthcare System the Congress should have looked at what Helathcare Systems around the world have the best results and the most cost effective.


 
 
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3 major networks refuse to report CBO announcement that ObamaCare will cost double what Obama said it would: article http://impeachobamatoday.blogspot.co...eport-cbo.html

The article notes one man's health insurance tripled in cost with Obamacare! Here is this area of New York the cost of Healthcare only went up 200% to 300% I;ve been told by friends. I know a gentleman in his 50s that kept the health insurance for his kids, on his ex-wifes teachers policy but stopped his coverage since his cost $1500 per month. Obamacare is already hurting people!

PS:Friday, March 16, 2012 Nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says millions will lose employer health care under ObamaCare http://impeachobamatoday.blogspot.co...et-office.html

3/15/12, " CBO: Health law could cause as many as 20M to lose coverage," The Hill, by Julian Pecquet

"As many as 20 million Americans could lose their employer-provided coverage because of President Obama's healthcare reform law, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said in a new report Thursday.
The figure represents the worst-case scenario, CBO says, and the law could just as well increase the number of people with employer-based coverage by 3 million in 2019.

The best estimate, subject to a "tremendous amount of uncertainty," is that about 3 million to 5 million fewer people will obtain coverage through their employer

each year from 2019 through 2022."...

via Mark Levin show




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