Saturday, November 9

Wow! 4.2 million Americans have had their health insurance cancelled due to Obamacare!

According to the most recent tally 4.2 million Americans have had their health insurance cancelled due to the so-called "Affordable Care Act," also known as Obamacare.

For those of you not familiar with the numbers, that's equal to the combined population of 24 U.S. states.

But don't worry, citizen.  Just remember, "If you like your health insurance, you can keep it.  Period."

And "The average American will see their cost of health insurance drop by 2,500 percent!"  (Kids, don't try working that one out like a real math problem cuz it's impossible, not real math.)

Oh, and according to insurance experts this is just the beginning, because unless congress manages to pass a law changing things, the same DHS crazy regulations that required companies to cancel *individual* insurance policies that had changed in any way since 2010 will also force cancellation of *employer-provided* policies.

Since company-furnished group policies cover something like 80 percent of Americans (or used to, before 91 million were laid off and dropped out of the workforce), when the so-called "employer mandate" kicks in next year lots more Americans will find themselves in the same situation.

Thanks, Democrats!  You guys strategized this beautifully--I mean really, it was brilliant:  Rammed the thing through without a single Republican vote in the House, and only two RINO senators, and had to bribe two Democrat senators to vote for it.  Had to use "deemed passed" to get around a pesky constitutional bar.  Forced the cancellation of health insurance policies of who-knows-how-many Americans, jacked their costs up by an average of 80% or so to provide "free" insurance for the uninsured, and sealed another few million Democrat votes for the forseeable future.

Absolutely brilliant work!  Seriously, conservatives have nothing remotely like the political skills to do those things.  I don't see any reason to keep spending millions on elections when we can just leave all the hard work of governing to y'all.


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