Question Obama And All Of His Appointees Should Be Asked

Every reporter and Republican should ask this question every time they talk to an administration official involved in the ACA, from Obama on down,

For years the President, top administration officials and congressional Democrats assured the American people that, “if they liked their health insurance plan and their doctor, they could keep them”. Since the October 1st roll-out of the exchanges those same officials have amended that blanket statement to explain why people in the individual insurance market are losing their plans and access to their current doctors.

Can you still say unequivocally to the more than 150 million Americans who receive their health insurance plans through their employers, that when the delay of the employer mandate expires next year, they can keep their plans and their doctors? Or should those Americans begin to prepare for the same cancellations and changes we are seeing now for people who buy insurance in the individual market?”




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I blog about politics and hockey because I sort of understand those things. I'd blog about women but I'll never understand them.

Posted on November 6, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Drew – Don’t know if you see these comments, but following up on your twitter timeline, another question to ask, is would pro-lifers have more success if they abandoned a party and became single issue like the NRA is. The NRA will (has) supported Dems and GOP. Whether because of that, the NRA is very successful with respect to their one single issue. Would pro-lifers benefit in the same way? Perhaps not, but something to kick around. The pro-lifers may not have an advocacy group for that one single issue that is equivalent to NRA unless the Right to Life group does.

  2. Very Good question!!! It would be great if someone would ask it. of course Obama would just lie, lie, lie and then lie about lying. Love reading your stuff Drew!

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