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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Needless

Nancy Pelosi said, "We'll have to pass it to find out what's in it," back in 2009 and it seems even now people haven't bothered to find out what's in it until the implementation affects them directly. This is sad - folly. The effects of Obamacare should not be news, and in fact isn't to those familiar with some in the medical community who have been preparing for Obamacare's implementation for the past few years. Yet here we are.

These are an amalgam of Drudge headlines from the past few days:



Now. Like I said, none of this should be news. The law has been there all along for anyone who wanted to read it. Yet the media (mostly liberal) didn't read it and expose it's flaws or projected consequences on insurance policies - that might have gotten in the way of Obama's reelection! Likewise government's failure to efficiently and cost-effectively roll out anything means we could and should have guessed the rest. But since we didn't, and we didn't pressure our elected politicians enough to do anyone about it- let alone not reelect Obama - we're stuck with living with Obamacare.  This headline, POLL: 93% want to see altered or repealed...
 is too little, too late.

At least for now. It's not quite too late to get rid of Obamacare, but the longer it's left sitting, the less likely we'll get rid of it. Put the pressure on, folks, and tell your friends to do the same.

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