Five disastrous predictions that the Republicans got right about Obamacare.


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Five disastrous predictions that the Republicans got right about Obamacare.

Before Obamacare was passed, when Democrats were telling the public that it would make health care cheaper, better, and would cure cancer right after it makes your bed in the morning and cuts your grass, Republicans were pointing out the very flaws that the American people are bitterly complaining about today.

Sadly, the worst is yet to come, all of which have also been predicted by conservatives. And the most important prediction of all has been that there will no way to repair the damage created by this law by minor fixes. It must be repealed.

Update: Here’s another prediction that is going to hit 80 to 100 million people just before next year’s midterms. I wonder if it will cause any of those diehard low information Democratic voters to finally consider changing their votes.

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2 comments

  • D. K. Williams

    Meanwhile our president makes speeches, raises money, makes an “agreement” with Iran that lasts all of one day, yadda-yadda.

  • wade

    This half-witted attempt at a hidden bail out for the insurance industry is no more than dirt on the public’s face and a disgrace to Our Country.

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