Healthcare Coverage Died


Although federal officials have known for years that Obamacare would cause millions of Americans to lose health insurance coverage, that didn’t stop President Obama from lying and deceiving time after time. His tactic was to always reassure voters that the law would not adversely impact their existing coverage.

President Obama has told the public over and over again that after Obamacare took effect, those who were satisfied with their current health coverage would be able to keep it. It seems Obama’s constant reassurances anesthetized skeptical voters, minimizing the government takeover of the healthcare system.

Americans started to finally realize that Obamacare isn’t actually a cost-free program that causes free healthcare to just “fall from the sky”.

It appears CMS’s Tavenner and Democratic lawmakers are blaming insurance companies, instead of the true culprit, government policy, for the nationwide ‘tsunami’ of Obamacare-related insurance policy cancellations. Also, left-wingers are becoming downright kooky in their desperate efforts to explain away the Obama administration’s roll-out failures.

It also looks like no failure, no mountains of evidence, no body count, is enough to convince left-wing true believers that socialist healthcare is a very bad idea.

The Left will probably just go ahead and continue to rationalize the failures of Obama and Obamacare regardless how damning the evidence that emerges.
And of course, Barack Obama will just continue to be a blameless figure in their eyes as he gets away with murder.

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