The ravaging net LOSS of health insurance coverage for Americans hits home
According to Natural News, NBC News is now confirming that the individual mandate of the so-called “Affordable Care Act” (Obamacare) will be delayed by the White House due to the disastrously failed Healthcare.gov website. According to NBC, the deadline for beginning enrollment in Obamacare will be pushed out by just six weeks, during which time the Obama administration will still be clinging to the delusional hope that the Healthcare.gov website will be magically repaired and running.
Former HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt says in the video, “I think they have about a month to get it fixed. If they get it fixed, people will move on. If they don’t it will characterize and brand, forever, Obamacare.”
NBC News goes on to report, “In some states, customers that are getting through are experiencing sticker shock,” because rates are much higher than what people were promised by Obama when the Affordable Care Act was being so aggressively pushed through Congress.
Meanwhile, a look at the real numbers reveals that more people are losing their health insurance due to Obamacare than enrolling in Obamacare. In other words, the Affordable Care Act means a net LOSS of health insurance coverage for Americans.
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The debt cushion now extends through February 7, with current spending levels being authorized through January 15. That means a few months of breathing room, but little more. After all, the bill doesn’t address many of the contentious and complicated issues — from changes to entitlement programs to tax reform — that continue to divide Democrats and Republicans.
“We think that we’ll be back here in January debating the same issues,” John Chambers, managing director of Standard and Poor’s rating service, told CNN on Wednesday night. “This is, I fear, a permanent feature of our budgetary process.”
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