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Obamacare: Cancelled plans vastly exceed enrollments so far

by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:

One of the many promises made by President Obama and his supporters regarding the Affordable Care Act was that, finally, all Americans would have health insurance.

Well, like most of the other promises regarding the law, this one has been broken as well. In fact, the data is in: More people have lost health insurance coverage because of Obamacare than have been insured by it, as reported by The Daily Caller Jan. 1:

Obamacare may have promised health insurance for the masses. But on its first day, it’s left more Americans without coverage than before the law was passed.

More than 4.7 million Americans had their health insurance canceled as a result of any of the thousand-plus-page law’s new rules, The Associated Press reports, but the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) confirmed Tuesday that between federal and state exchanges, just two million Americans have signed up for Obamacare coverage.

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1 comment to Obamacare: Cancelled plans vastly exceed enrollments so far

  • dave

    actually in the beginning I had hoped it would work out for my kids, who don’t have the insurance that I had from the company I worked for, now , that things are happening, my daughter if she goes with bobocare, will have to pay 300 dollars more than before and a single mother whos ex will not pay support most of the time,(he ran off out of state) and a teaching degree that didn’t do much help,, she does not have the 300 extra a month, so she is doing without right now and trying to find another way, to get some type of insurance for the kids at least,
    this whole thing sucks royally, and have a real dislike for democrats period now, and a real disgust for the dead elephant party too,

    maybe we need to give the anarchist party a try , next time we go voting ,

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