Like so many on the ignorant left, they believed based on their emotions, which were manipulated by a clown who lied to them with a smile on his face.
In turn, these ignorant voters heard what they wanted to hear, and actually believed that adding tens of millions of "uninsured" would somehow make THEIR insurance "affordable."
Actually, Obama should change his last name to Barnum.
"There's a sucker born every minute."
Well, it's difficult... if not impossible... for me to give a damn about the idiots who supported this rip off and, per force, supported the Pied Piper of idiocy when he ran both for election and re-election.
January 2, 2014 7:17 AM
PORTLAND, Ore. (CBS Seattle/AP) — One Oregon mother says that she is unable to afford health insurance for her and her 18-month-old son because it’s too expensive.
Kate Holly, 33, tells KOIN-TV that she originally championed President Barack Obama’s signature health care law because she thought it would help people in her situation.
“I’ve been a cheerleader for the Affordable Care Act since I heard about it and I assumed that it was designed for people in my situation,” Holly, a freelance yoga instructor, told KOIN. “I was planning on using the Affordable Care Act and I had done the online calculator in advance to make sure I was going to be able to afford it.”
Holly’s husband works for a non-profit organization that pays for his health care, but the couple is unable to afford to have her and their son covered under his plan. And she’s been told their combined income is too much to qualify for a subsidized health care plan under Cover Oregon.
“It wasn’t until I started the process and got an agent that I started hearing from them I wasn’t going to qualify for subsidies because I qualify on my husband’s insurance,” she told KOIN.
Holly is hoping things work out but she doesn’t know if she will have health care for her and her son.
“I guess I’m hoping that I will find out there’s a way around this, but I don’t know yet,” Holly told KOIN.
Brilliant.Obama administration officials said this week that 2.1 million consumers have enrolled through the federal and state-run health insurance exchanges that are a central feature of the Affordable Care Act. Millions more have been enrolled in Medicaid, after the federal law allowed states to expand the health insurance program for the poor.
Millions have lost the health care insurance that met their needs, only to have it replaced with... nothing.