Connecticut seniors are in an uproar because their AARP health insurance plan was forced to sever ties with their hospital and doctors because of Obamacare.


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Finding out what’s not in it: Connecticut seniors are in an uproar because their AARP health insurance plan was forced to sever ties with their hospital and doctors because of Obamacare.

AARP was a big supporter of Obamacare. A majority of these blue-state seniors probably voted for Obama as well.I wonder if they will now wake up and change their support now, or remain blind followers of a disastrous policy.

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3 comments

  • Cotour

    I have recently had two friends who voted for Obama come to me, unsolicited and out of the blue, and say “you know I have to say, you were right about this Obama, there is something wrong with him being president. He really is incompetent”.

    My response is “he will serve his purpose in the long term, we have to wait out the next two and a half years. This November will tell the tale”.

  • Ed

    I’m sorry for the folks in CT, however AARP made a Faustian deal with the Annointed One and his healtb care gurus. I sincerely hope AARP will ccontinue to suffer membership woes.

  • John M. Egan

    All I can do is laugh! Wake up, people!

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