HuffPo: Millions Realizing They’re Too Poor For Obamacare

By
January 31, 2014

And of course they blame Republicans.

Thanks to a Supreme Court ruling and staunch Republican resistance, Marc Alphonse, an unemployed 40-year-old Marine veteran who is essentially homeless, cannot get health insurance under Obamacare.

via Millions Are Now Realizing They’re Too Poor For Obamacare.



AdSense 300×250
NewsMax Trending Now
Comments:
  1. Ragspierre says:

    IFFFF he’s a vet, he should have health-care benefits already.

    Huh…

  2. Ragspierre says:

    An in-depth examination of the administration’s actions and plans, agency by agency, regulation by regulation, reveals an executive power play that’s broad and bold — and intensely ambitious. Far more than he let on in the State of the Union, the president has marshaled the tools of his office to advance policies, many unabashedly liberal, that push deep into everyday life for tens of millions of Americans.

    He wants to change how power plants operate. And what we buy for lunch. How we travel to work. And how our kids learn math. How our gasoline is formulated. How we light our aquariums.

    Already, the president’s team has enacted 300 economically significant regulations, far more than Bill Clinton, George W. Bush or Ronald Reagan did in comparable periods. Some of those rules are driven by the Affordable Care Act and Dodd-Frank banking reform, the two big laws Obama pushed through Congress early in his first term, when he had Democratic majorities in both houses. But there is far more.
    http://dyn.politico.com/printstory.cfm?uuid=628212B8-5D37-453F-AB5C-2BCA2A2EE131

    And this is a clear and present danger to the whole idea of a representative democracy.

  3. Ragspierre says:

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/sick-kids-denied-specialty-care-due-obamacare-washington_776030.html

    They were assured they would have them.

    Now we see that was a lie, too.