Obama Fears Obamacare Will Bankrupt Ins Companys

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  1. diehardgator1
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    They are finally starting to realize what others have been saying all along. obamacare is a fraud and will do away with the healthcare system as we know it.

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    While the administration publicly expresses full confidence in its health care law, privately it fears one part of the system is so flawed it could bankrupt insurance companies and cripple ObamaCare itself.

    "Week after week, month after month," says John Goodman of the National Center for Policy Analysis, "the Obama administration kept telling us everything's working fine, there's no problem and then they turn on a dime and fire their contractor."

    To justify a no-bid contract with Accenture after firing CGI as the lead contractor, the administration released documents from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services that offered a rare glimpse of its worst fears, saying the problems with the website puts "the entire health insurance industry at risk" ... "potentially leading to their default and disrupting continued services and coverage to consumers."

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...alth-care-system-so-flawed-it-could-bankrupt/
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    Can you say "one payer," which was the goal all along.
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    The conspiracy theorist in me has long suspected that was the end goal. Initially, I said that only halfway joking. Now, as it's becoming less and less of a joke and more like a reality, it doesn't seem so funny anymore.
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    He's only half right (what's new) the "default" will come, not because of the website problems, but because the insurance rates are far to 'un-affrodable' to most Americans... and the insurance companies cannot foot the bill to make it more affordable.
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    More Fox pablum for the PTBarnumites.
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    I really hope you are around here when the real fallout from this crap legislation comes down.
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    My daughter is 22 years young, recent college grad working in Manhattan. She takes good care of herself and remains on our family's catastrophic plan. What in God's name would cause her to spend an extra $150/month to have her "own" healthcare? Part of ACA was allowing youths to stay on parents' plan until age 26. Okay, so be it. NOW, ACA promotors want to encourage all healthy young adults to sign up on their own to make the risk pool more attractive. Hello! Can you say "Left hand meet Right?"

    It's either an amazing con job worthy of Machiavelli OR one of the biggest clusters in history. What do you think?
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    Only Obozoites would believe he didn't plan this all along.
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    Fred and other worshippers will never admit that the crowning achievement and legislation passed under president pinochio is so awful it has made even obamas justice dept look fair, balanced and competant in comparison.
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    It is strange, indeed, that those who dislike Fox spend so much time and energy talking about how much they dislike it.

    Solution: Don't watch it and don't devote time and energy talking about it. The result will be that you will have more time and energy to read books and newspapers that you do like, and watch pr0grams you like.

    It's like Deja Vue all over again.
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    Because that law is a "living breathing document"... it has more rights than a fetus.

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