ObamaCare: The War on Doctors (and Everyone Else)
Liberals think government knows best.
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Public support for President Obama’s health care law is languishing at its lowest level since passage four years ago, according to an Associated Press-GfK survey. Twenty-six percent of Americans support the Affordable Care Act. Even fewer, 13%, think that it will be completely repealed. A narrow majority expects the law to be further implemented with minor changes. Impressions of the health care rollout, while low, have improved slightly. They go on to say only 5% of Americans say the launch of the insurance exchanges has gone very or extremely well. The number who think it’s gone at least somewhat well has improved from 12% to 26%.
So they’re doing everything they can at the AP to find good news here, but there isn’t any good news to be found. Twenty-six percent. And not to be repetitive, but, folks, this disaster has not fully reached people yet. If you have been subjected to any kind of a waiver or a delay, whatever problems you’ve encountered up ’til now are gonna be dwarfed by the reality that hits you when your waivers expire. You’re going to find out that the insurance policy that you can afford does not have a hospital in its network, for example.
You’re just gonna be amazed. You’re gonna end up realizing that all this is is a transfer of wealth.