Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney told NBC News that if he'd been elected president, he would have replaced ObamaCare with a mandate that states guarantee that all their residents are insured — a distinction without much of a difference.
ObamaCare may be making health insurance more affordable for some people, but at the expense of their choice of providers.
Early ObamaCare enrollment data indicate that far more people are enrolling in Medicaid than in private insurance, which could prove troublesome for patients, taxpayers, and insurers alike.
Remember when Obama and his apparatchiks said that if you like your current health insurance plan, you could keep it under ObamaCare? Well, he was lying. It turns out that the false claim — repeated often by the president and parroted by the establishment press — was not true for most people in the individual market. Neither was it true for millions of Americans who receive insurance through their employers. Even worse, despite the frequent lies, the administration has known all of that for years.
Home Depot, GE, Trader Joe’s, Walgreen, IBM, and Time Warner are just a few of the major corporations that have announced they will stop sponsoring health insurance plans, either for current employees, retired employees, or both.
Healthcare expert says 16 million likely to lose coverage; Aetna, other companies, already dropping thousands.
Recent polls reveal that the reputation of President Obama and his signature healthcare law continues to suffer among the American people.
Thursday's announcement that "tweaks" a part of ObamaCare masks much deeper and more profound problems facing the mandated healthcare program.
Gates, Rockefeller, Soros, Pfizer, and “Good Club” billionaires, along with the UN, USAID, and Planned Parenthood, are targeting African and African-American women with the dangerous Depo Provera contraceptive drug.
President Obama’s signature healthcare law comes equipped with a seemingly endless amount of regulations, published in the Federal Register. According to CNS News, there are approximately 11,588,500 words of ObamaCare-related regulations, drastically surpassing the 381,517 words found within the healthcare law itself.