On Monday, we delivered quite a bit of bad news. State insurance regulators have approved higher health care premiums. In some cases, they approved hikes higher than what was even requested. Why is this happening? Because Obamacare is completely sucktastic. Health insurance companies can’t keep up with the higher risk pools, and all of the healthy people who were supposed to sign up and offset the costs…aren’t. They can’t afford it. It’s not worth it. It’s cheaper to pay the fine and pay out-of-pocket for sick visits. And now? Now they’re definitely not going to purchase insurance. Take a look at these rate hikes:
The success of Obamacare hinged on young, healthy people offsetting the costs. That didn’t happen, and liberals knew that wasn’t going to happen. Obamacare was designed to fail. It was nothing more than a means to an end, the end being a single-payer system. When President Obama said “your premiums will go down,” he KNEW they wouldn’t. Now, he’s blaming everyone but himself. He “had nothing to do with that.” The entire system is just “complicated,” and the mass “hysteria” is just that. Hysteria. He even had the stones to say that Obamacare has nothing to do with the premium increases or health policy changes. That’s all on your employer, according to Obama.
“These are decisions made by your employers, it’s not because of Obamacare,” he explained.
Spin it all you want, but the average American knows the truth. Obamacare is completely sucktastic, and there’s only one presidential candidate who wants to repeal and replace it. The other wants to “build on the Affordable Care Act to make it possible.” After all, before it was called Obamacare, it was called Hillarycare!
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 12, 2016
Hillary loooooooves Obamacare. She wants to expand it and gradually transition to a single-payer system. Meanwhile, premiums are skyrocketing. Consider that, before you vote. Before it was called Obamacare, it was called Hillarycare. She had the crappy idea first. Be sure to give credit where credit is due.