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Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers posted an image on her official Facebook page, slamming the Affordable Care Act on the fifth anniversary of President Obama signing it into law. She asked constituents to share their Obamacare nightmare stories and well, the response probably wasn't what she expected.
My whole family now has coverage. The ACA is the cause for this, I work in health care, I have seen the increase in covered patients first hand. The next step is universal coverage, this will truly lower costs and provide the best care. Cathy, you barely work, spend most of your time catering to special interests so you can be re-elected.. All while receiving a large wage and the best health insurance and care. Stop telling us how it doesn't work while enjoying your tax payer funded care and life.
Instead of trying to repeal it why don't you improve it? Our local rural clinics are packed daily with people who have needed healthcare for years!! it is a godsend. It is pitiful this nation does not have healthcare for all and that doesn't mean the EMERGENCY room!!
I think we should repeal Obamacare, and replace it … with universal socialized medicine - like the rest of the industrialized nations of the world.
I work with doctors, nurses, hospital and clinic managers, non-profit service providers, citizens-at-large. Each of them can site an improvement they would like to make to the Act. But whether they are Republican or Democrat, from urban or rural areas, powerful or not, they all say the ACA is working.
Can't you and your Republican colleagues stop trying to repeal this Act and work to make it even more effective? Please?
originally posted by: Metallicus
The Obama shills are active. These are people are paid to post these fake stories.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: FyreByrd
I wonder how many of those people have actually tried to use their health insurance beyond just getting annual checkups? I wonder if they've encountered their deductibles while trying to use their insurance yet?
a reply to: FyreByrd
Non-Obama care has huge deducibles and out of pocket costs causing untold bankrupcies to those with their own insurance.
originally posted by: xuenchen
All Obama.Care policies have big deductibles.
Except for Medicaid policies, and some states are moving towards private HMOs for Medicaid.