Your Health Insurance Is About To Become Illegal

January 27, 2014

The Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, is already about as popular as male Zumba classes, but next year, it will be worse.  Much worse. 

This year, 4.7 million Americans had their health insurance canceled because it failed to conform to the strict standards of the ACA. 

Next year, the employer mandate kicks in.  That’s when the real fun begins, as an estimated 80 million Americans will find that the health plans they have fail to meet Obamacare requirements. 

Imagine the reaction if 80 million Americans find their healthcare plans canceled and have to go through a healthcare exchange to sign up for new coverage at a higher cost.  Affordable Care Act?  Really? 

The cancelation of insurance for Americans who have individual health plans proved that President Obama was lying when he said, "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan."  He and top administration officials made that statement and others like it at least 37 times

President Obama’s declaration was labeled “lie of the year,” but by next year, it will become the Presidential lie of the century, surpassing, “I did not have a relationship with that woman” and “I am not a crook.”

The cancelation of employer plans will be a bureaucratic Katrina, devastating corporate America and its employees.  Thank God Congress will be safe, since it’s exempt from Obamacare.  Prisoners are also exempt, perhaps because forced compliance with Obamacare is considered cruel and unusual punishment. 

President Obama’s decision to ignore his own law and extend the employer mandate to Jan. 1, 2015 was made not because he wanted to give employers more time to prepare for the mandate, but because he knew it would be a disaster and he wanted to delay implementation until after the next election. 

Remember that on election day.


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