President Obama now says insurance companies do not have to cancel healthcare plans that are not in compliance. And the President also says that Americans can backtrack and maintain their cancelled noncompliance plans for a year. When did Congress sign off on the President’s “back & fill” plan? And who is going to compensate the insurance companies for Obama’s massive administrative tangle? And then, after a year, what next? The President hasn’t a clue, nor does any American. Can there be a single Democrat up for election in 2014 who wouldn’t love to have his or her O’Care yea vote reversed? Obama needs every noncompliance-plan citizen to be forced into his Marxist-oriented exchanges or the O’Care math simply does not work. Not enough well young people and too many old sickies. Sound like a deal you’d embrace if you were an insurance company? It’s hard to believe that the President didn’t know the current scenario would play out as it has. But if he did not, the story gets even worse for one of the least competent presidents in U.S. history.
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