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“Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers owes the nation an apology for lying in her Republican response to the State of the Union this week, and spreading more misinformation to Americans about their health care options,” said Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee spokeswoman Emily Bittner. Instead, despite glaring inaccuracies and outright lies, Rodgers refused to back down.
“It’s sad partisan politicians are attacking Bette, whose premiums would’ve skyrocketed,” she said on Twitter. “Bette and millions more are being hurt by this law.” Her office maintains that the information is accurate, even though it isn’t.
Perhaps it is time for the Congresswoman — and conservatives in general — to give up on their quest to destroy anything that can help the less fortunate in society, and solve some of our actual problems. But we know they won’t. It’s all Obamacare and Benghazi with these people.
originally posted by: here4this
a reply to: Ultralight
Ask me for the full story. I can and will tell you the truth about this travesty called Health Care.There is not a single truth that we were told about it. I am living this tragedy right now.In fact . if I had been stuck with a fed plan, I would have most likely not survived. Sure , if an employer cuts their stff 10-20% and then the remaining are placed on 30 hr work weeks (known as a full time employee now) the employer would be just fine. Also , I am sure if you dig deep enough to find a few good stories I feel that some may well be Obama , Pelosi zombies.
Poll Californians and see what truth looks like!
originally posted by: Cuervo
It seems like most of the people complaining are people who paid the penalty... which means they didn't actually sign up. Those people are essentially complaining about NOT having Obama Care.
The prices they are quoting don't line up with what the costs actually are when I looked and when everybody I know who has it looked. This tells me that the majority of people who think it's too expensive are basing the costs off of some conservative blog they read.
At least in person, this is always the case with people. They'll say "Obama Care can kiss mah ass, it's too expensive!" Then I'll ask "Oh? How much was it?" and their reply is normally something like "According to Rush Limbaugh, it's $$$$". My goodness, people.