The Obama White House has spent the past week trumpeting the supposedly fixed healthcare.gov website, with the hope that the strong negative perceptions now held of Obamacare can be partially reversed in the coming months. Among other things, we are now told that 29,000 people “signed up”
The past two months have laid bare the emptiness of the president’s most prominent Obamacare promises. Millions are losing the plans they have and like against their wishes, contrary to the president’s oft-repeated pledge. And those being forced into Obamacare could lose access to the doctors and hospitals they trust, also contrary to assurances from the president.
Many are claiming the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is responsible for lowering healthcare spending’s projected growth. David Cutler, a White House advisor, wrote an article for the Washington Post on November 8th saying President Obama’s previous assertions that the ACA would save $2,500 per family have been shown to be correct.
Public support for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has plummeted now that the oft-repeated claim that “If you like your health care plan, you can keep it” is widely understood to be untrue. Despite previous assurances
The Obamacare implementation disaster is far worse than even the most pessimistic critics predicted before the October 1 launch. The fiasco that has been on full public display for the past two months is so bad for the president and his party that it will have lasting political
The administration announced last summer that in 2014 it will not require income verification for applicants who apply for healthcare subsidies on state-run exchanges. Because of this, it is not difficult for applicants to understate their income.
President Obama: “Already people who have plans that pre-date the Affordable Care Act can keep those plans if they haven’t changed. That was already in the law. That’s what’s called a grandfather clause
The full reality of what Obamacare will mean for average Americans is only now becoming clear as the crisis over cancelled insurance plans in the individual market has steadily unfolded in recent days. Some 3 to 4 million people
A central promise of the Affordable Care Act was "if you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan, period." However, since the program's rollout at the beginning of October, it has become clear