Liberals can try to re-write history all they want, but here are some facts they would rather ignore completely:
Trust me – 100 years from now the failures of ObamaCare will somehow be blamed on Republicans (who’ve tried to repeal the law countless times already).
Let’s just take a quick look at how things have played out thus far:
Health insurer losses on the Obamacare marketplaces will likely lead to higher premiums, the Hill reported.
UnitedHealth has announced they will cut participation in the Obamacare exchanges down to a handful of states. The company has already lost $475 million in 2015 and projects to see losses of $650 million this year.
“Many insurers have been losing money on the Obamacare marketplaces, in part because they set their premiums too low when the plans started in 2014,” the article states. “The companies are now expected to seek substantial price increases.”
While Obama promised us that the average family would save $2,500 under his healthcare plan, let’s read the score and look at what actually happened:
Oh – and those are just the costs of insurance. That doesn’t take into account the fact that deductibles – what you need to pay to actually use your insurance – have skyrocketed as well.
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