Obamacare was a success?

Posted by: CoolPeppers12

7 million people have signed up. And if you didn't have healthcare, why would you refuse for the help?

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Yes!!

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Barack Obama

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Actionsspeak says2014-04-05T11:47:05.9299900-05:00
It hasn't seen any sucess or failure in a specific state yet......
SweetTea says2014-04-06T06:44:01.9525033-05:00
Actionspeak ... The program has seen success in a few states. Http://thehill.Com/blogs/healthwatch/health-reform-implementation/194062-five-states-where-obamacare-has-been-a-success
conservativelogic says2014-04-07T15:40:34.4362323-05:00
Coolpeppers: First off, 7 million is far below the original estimates. Second, there have been delays made without congressional approval (which was unconstitutional). Third, how is forcing someone to buy something they don't want "help"? Fourth, for every person who has signed up for insurance through Obamacare, 4 have signed up for Medicaid. That will result in a greater burden on the taxpayers and the healthcare industry. Fifth, you cannot keep your plan or your doctor, despite promises (lies) by the president. Sixth, the medical device tax is increasing the cost of procedures even more. Seventh, the employer mandate encourages companies to reduce their workers' hours to under 30. Lastly, insurance costs are still rising.

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