Real life stories of Obamacare
POSTED: Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 1:52pm
UPDATED: Monday, February 3, 2014 - 3:20pm
Tyler, Texas (KETK) — The following is from today's National Review:
As the deadline for 2014 enrollment nears, Obamacare is increasingly growing unpopular, especially among the uninsured. A new Kaiser Family Foundation survey finds that about twice as many uninsured people have an unfavorable view of the health-care law than have a favorable one.
Among the uninsured, 47 percent view Obamacare in a negative light versus the 24 percent who view it favorably. That's a change from 43 percent who viewed it unfavorably last month, and 36 percent who viewed it favorably. Overall, half of Americans view Obamacare unfavorably, while just over one-third have a positive take on the law.
More of the uninsured also said Obamacare made them worse off (39 percent) than improved their situation (26 percent), according to the poll.
Well, seeing is believing.
Let me lead you to a website to show the story. WTAE is a TV station in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They actually let a reporter in their conference room when the body shop employees learned of their new costs for insurance under Obamacare. It was so depressing and sad. It's a conversation, I think, we'll see all across America the next year.
Just go to WTAE and watch it whenever you get the time, but don't forget to bring a tissue.
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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