8 Reasons ObamaCare Is An Epic Disaster (Kyle Becker)

8 Reasons ObamaCare Is An Epic Disaster – Kyle Becker

While Democrats were spiking the football after the passage of ObamaCare, most of the country was doing a collective facedesk. Check out just seven reasons this massive program is bombing…

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1. Employer Mandate Bombs

“The ObamaCare employer mandate requiring businesses to provide their workers with health insurance will be delayed by a year, the administration said.” [The Hill] If ObamaCare is so fantastically awesome, why delay the awesomeness until after the 2014 midterm elections?

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2. ‘Honor System’ Train Wreck

“The federal government will scale back oversight of what applicants say they earn. Knowing an applicant’s salary is crucial for the Affordable Care Act: Their income determines what kind of tax subsidy they receive, if they get any assistance at all.” [WaPo] Honor system? Yeah, because that works so well with cell phones and food stamps.

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3. Rate Spikes

Insurance rate and premium spikes are taking place across the country. For example: “The Ohio Department of Insurance predicts premiums in 2014 will rise by 88 percent, a direct result of President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” [Washington Times]. Even in Washington State, which implemented ObamaCare-like reforms in 1993, “Obamacare will still increase the underlying cost of individually purchased health insurance by 34 to 80 percent, on average.” [Forbes]

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4. Fire Tornado of Paperwork

“Obamacare has so far cost $30.8 billion and 111.4 million hours to complete paperwork to individuals, healthcare institutions, and small businesses, according to a new report. The American Action Forum, a Washington-based advocacy group that has long opposed the health law, said 55,742 employees – working 2,000 hours per year – would be needed to process all the red tape associated with Obamacare.” [NewsMax]

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5. Trillions More in Debt – Economic Collapse

“Obamacare will increase the long-term federal deficit by $6.2 trillion, according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report”… “I will not sign a plan that adds one dime to our deficits – either now or in the future,” Obama told a joint-session of Congress in September 2009. [NRO] President Obama also said in an ABC News interview in 2009 that if Congress did not pass health care legislation that brought down costs, the federal government “will go bankrupt.”

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6. ‘Round in Circles – Still Doesn’t Cover 26 Million

“[T]he landmark overhaul will expand coverage to about 30 million uninsured people, according to government figures. But an estimated 26 million Americans will remain without coverage – a population that’s roughly the size of Texas and [hypothetically] includes illegal immigrants and those who can’t afford to pay out-of-pocket for health insurance.”[Business Insider]

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7. Not Everyone Will Keep Their Plans

“Many people who buy their own health insurance could get surprises in the mail this fall: cancellation notices because their current policies aren’t up to the basic standards of President Barack Obama’s health care law. They, and some small businesses, will have to find replacement plans – and that has some state insurance officials worried about consumer confusion. Also, it doesn’t seem to square with one of the president’s best known promises about his health care overhaul: ‘If you like your health care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health care plan.’” [AP]

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8. Politicians Want Exemption

“Congressional leaders in both parties are engaged in high-level, confidential talks about exempting lawmakers and Capitol Hill aides from the insurance exchanges they are mandated to join as part of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, sources in both parties said.” [Politico] It’s official – ObamaCare is a nuclear-grade disaster.

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