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Another Day another lie

Posted: 11/06/2013 1:52 PM

Another Day another lie Post Rating (5 votes)


When defending his lie about being able to keep your insurance if you liked it, Obama claimed that only people with cut-rate, substandard insurance were having their policies cancelled.


Get a good pull Owl, he lied again.  Read the article to the end and see what this couple is going to do so that they can afford O'Chimpycare.


Read it in full — and do not quit before the end or else you’ll miss the most important part. A simple premise from Pro Publica: Let’s take an ObamaCare “sob story” from someone whose plan just got canceled and give it a thorough fact-checking to see if it’s as bad as they say. Sure, their new coverage is expensive, but maybe they qualify for subsidies and don’t even realize it. Sure, their new plan isn’t that great, but maybe their old plan really was one of those “cut-rate” garbage plans that fly-by-night insurers have been peddling to people for years. They only think they’re getting hosed.

Nope. After the fact check, it’s clear: They got hosed.

I asked Hammack to send me details of his current plan. It carried a $4,000 deductible per person, a $40 copay for doctor visits, a $150 emergency room visit fee and 30 percent coinsurance for hospital stays after the deductible. The out-of-pocket maximum was $5,600.


This plan was ending, Kaiser’s letters told them, because it did not meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. “Everything is taken care of,” the letters said. “There’s nothing you need to do.”

The letters said the couple would be enrolled in new Kaiser plans that would cost nearly $1,300 for the two of them (more than $15,000 a year).


And for that higher amount, what would they get? A higher deductible ($4,500), a higher out-of-pocket maximum ($6,350), higher hospital costs (40 percent of the cost) and possibly higher costs for doctor visits and drugs.

http://hotair.com/archives/201...d-by-obamacare/

Last edited 11/06/2013 2:00 PM by SFGbob

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Posted: 11/06/2013 6:54 PM

You have to pass it to find out what's in it Post Rating (1 vote)


Republicans need to stay far far away from this mess.  They won't. They made their clear point about trying to terminate and then delay obamacare.  Now, let the dems "fix" it or delay it.  Not 40 Republican senators and 15 vulnerable dems in red states and then get the blame for a half-assed fix.

Last edited 11/06/2013 6:56 PM by WestlinnDuck

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Posted: 11/07/2013 3:55 AM

Re: You have to pass it to find out what's in it Post Rating (1 vote)


Exactly right.  The GOP should get out of the way, and let this president , and the dems have the monster they have created.  I actually am beginning to think many of the dems are now glad for all the obstruction provided by the GOP, because the systemic failures they jammed down our throats cannot now be hidden.  As long as they can go through the motions of fixing things, there is still time to kick this can down the road.
WestlinnDuck wrote: Republicans need to stay far far away from this mess.  They won't. They made their clear point about trying to terminate and then delay obamacare.  Now, let the dems "fix" it or delay it.  Not 40 Republican senators and 15 vulnerable dems in red states and then get the blame for a half-assed fix.
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Posted: 11/07/2013 4:55 AM

Re: You have to pass it to find out what's in it Post Rating (4 votes)


This is what I've been saying for a while, and just one more reason why the republicans piss me off too. They are so caught up in thinking they can be "leaders" that they can't see how easily they are being used and duped time and again by the dems.


WestlinnDuck wrote: Republicans need to stay far far away from this mess.  They won't. They made their clear point about trying to terminate and then delay obamacare.  Now, let the dems "fix" it or delay it.  Not 40 Republican senators and 15 vulnerable dems in red states and then get the blame for a half-assed fix.
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Posted: 11/07/2013 7:38 AM

Re: Another Day another lie Post Rating (2 votes)


Let the RATS fix their mess.  The GOP needs to keep their hands clean.  Have ZERO accountability.  No fingerprints.  Then hammer the RATS on the campaign trail next year.  Let people know "we" tried but the RATS didn't want any input from our side.  Then outline each and every prediction that the GOP made that has come true.

Play those tapes of all those RAT pols running their gums on the house floor about the wonders of Obamacare and what bad folks those nasty Republicans are.  Trying to scare everyone with their facts.   

Go Ducks!
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Posted: 11/07/2013 7:57 AM

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One thing is for darn sure....the second that Obama started running those ads about Romney murdering the lady with cancer, and the ads showing Ryan shoving grandma in a wheelchair off the cliff......ALL BETS ARE OFF and anything is fair game from now on.

Obama opened the door......and never again will there be even a hint of decency on what is allowed in political ads.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fLtA-VDx4A

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGnE83A1Z4U


JadeDuck wrote: Let the RATS fix their mess.  The GOP needs to keep their hands clean.  Have ZERO accountability.  No fingerprints.  Then hammer the RATS on the campaign trail next year.  Let people know "we" tried but the RATS didn't want any input from our side.  Then outline each and every prediction that the GOP made that has come true.

Play those tapes of all those RAT pols running their gums on the house floor about the wonders of Obamacare and what bad folks those nasty Republicans are.  Trying to scare everyone with their facts.   

Go Ducks!
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Posted: 11/07/2013 1:21 PM

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He told me that this was indeed a good plan. Patients in the plan, known as 40/4000, were remarkably healthy, had low medical costs and had not seen their premiums increase in years. “Our actuaries still aren’t entirely sure why that was,” he said.

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