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Confirming the disconnect between the empty-promise pretenses on which ObamaCare was sold and its real-world effects in practice is a new report from Medicare actuaries that says health spending in ObamaCare's first 10 years will be about $621 billion higher than it would be without that train wreck of a law.
That's $7,450 more in health spending per family of four through 2022, according to Duke University health-policy expert Chris Conover, writing for The Apothecary, a Forbes blog. And that figure's contrast with candidate Barack Obama's 2008 promise that he'd lower such families' premiums “by up to $2,500” — during his first term! — is both grim and stark.
You do know that over 180,000 accounts have been created on the ACA website in the last week. Obamacare is doing well so far. So if you really think that "one guy who signed up for obamacare" is reality you must be getting your info from the right where there is absolutely no interest in the truth, only in what serves their selves.edit on Tue October 8th, 2013 by damwel because: (no reason given)
But almost as devastating to the
left is Mr. Henderson's confession that he is
being paid to post pro-Democrat propaganda
on the internet:
Secondly, I work for an organization that
pays me quarterly to posts [sic] the political
stuff as "advocacy" (so it's kind of my job).
He claims to be employed as a "Volunteer at
Organizing for America." Does that mean
the president's OFA fundraising machine
actually has to pay people to post Democrat
talking points on other websites?
You're late with the news..nice try though in your attempt to make ObamaCare look bad.
One idiot lying does not make the whole thing fail...but keep wishing.