ObamaCare - the lies carry on…

There isn’t anything more personal than health - for us, our children, parents, grandchildren, and friends. Right? That is why messing with people’s medical care provokes worries and anger as no other issue can. And this is where the Obama Administration made a fateful miscalculation. I mean we may tolerate some spin on taxes, spending, regulation and scandals, but we have zero tolerance for lying or cynically twisting the truth regarding issues that affect our access to health care and the doctors we trust.

ObamaCare - the lies carry on…

We’re all very familiar with the President’s lies regarding us being able to keep our policies and doctors, however the contempt for the public still continues. Remember when millions of people and small businesses received cancellation notices from their insurers and the President declared that, okay, you could keep your insurance in 2014?

Well, that was just another lie.

Take a look at an amazing fragment from a letter sent to individual policyholders of Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey:

“Horizon BCBSNJ wanted to let customers keep their policies in 2014, based upon President Obama’s declaration that he would allow cancelled plans to be renewed. The federal government, however, notified the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance that current policies cannot be renewed without major changes that would have changed the plans dramatically and led to large price increases.”

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