Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebeilus finally admits that Obamacare is a primary reason for the shockingly swift rise in healthcare costs. Funny how they never mentioned this when they were preparing to pass the bill…
EXCERPT (via HumanEvents)
SEBELIUS: YEP, OBAMACARE IS RAISING INSURANCE COSTS
A watershed moment in the ongoing disaster of ObamaCare, as Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius finally admits that health insurance premiums are rising because of the President’s health insurance takeover.
“These folks will be moving into a really fully insured product for the first time, and so there may be a higher cost associated with getting into that market,” she said.
…Don’t worry, folks, ObamaCare is blowing premiums through the roof, but there will be subsidies available for lower-income Americans! That means the rest of us will get screwed twice - once when we pay our higher insurance premiums, then again when we pay for all those lovely subsidies.
On the political front, Obama’s cherished young voters are getting rooked, but luckily they tend to be low-information types who don’t hold him accountable for anything – they keep saying jobs and economic growth are their top concern, but they voted to re-elect him, didn’t they? And Sebelius is doing her best to mitigate political fallout from sticker-shocked young people by keeping that “War on Women” narrative going. Those brutish misogynist ObamaCare opponents just want to repeal the President’s magical program because they want insurance companies to be able to discriminate against women! LINK
Related reports have health insurance costs rising by as much as 80% in Ohio and Wisconsin, and well over 60% in many other states.
Again – WHERE WAS THE MEDIA IN REPORTING THIS PRIOR TO THE 2012 ELECTION????
Obamacare if a fraud. It is a disaster. And ultimately, it is dangerous to the security of the United States of America.
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