Chaos is Part of the Path to Single Payer

Liberals seem to think government is always the solution.
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From a seemingly surprised NBC News, Lisa Myers: “Obama Administration Knew Millions Could Not Keep Their Health Insurance.” All we have here is a random act of journalism. NBC News and Lisa Myers — who’s good, by the way. But they do seem surprised. I guess that’s what continues to get to me. I don’t understand all the surprise from people. I guess Drive-Bys, we can understand it, but it’s been well known all along.

We’ve said that 100% of current health insurance plans are gonna have to be canceled because no insurance company can offer insurance at the same price with all the Obamacare mandates piled on. It’s just not possible. With every Obamacare mandate, there’s no way that you were gonna be able to keep your insurance, yet it is in the law. I read to you from the actual law, Obamacare, where it says you get to keep your insurance, but you don’t. Valerie Jarrett has tweeted today (paraphrased), “Well, that’s not our fault. The insurance companies did it!”

Well, it’s just a lie. The insurance companies are having to change everything in order to be compliance with all of the mandates that are in Obamacare. “President Obama repeatedly assured Americans that after [Obamacare] became law, people who liked their health insurance would be able to keep it. But millions of Americans are getting or are about to get cancellation letters for their health insurance under Obamacare, say experts, and the Obama [regime] has known that for at least three years.



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