Read this essay by National Review’s Deroy Murdock and your blood will boil. You thought you already knew the worst horrors of Obamacare? Think again. You thought you were already scared stiff regarding terrorist activities in the U.S.? Not even close. In complete honesty, I do not know when I have read such a broad array of foulness in one sitting. My conclusion here is the states’ rights supporting members of the House have a lot of work in front of them to stabilize a country that is heading on the wrong course at an ever-accelerating speed.
Obama’s signature achievement has become a scrawl. Obamacare premieres in six months. But after three years of rehearsal, this morbidly obese program is not ready for prime time. On Tuesday, Team Obama postponed the employer mandate one year — to January 1, 2015, conveniently past the 2014 midterm elections.
Obamacare’s health-insuranceexchanges are due October 1. Good luck! The Government Accountability Office reported in June that, among the federally facilitated exchanges in 34 states, “on average, about 85 percent of their total key activities” required by October “were not completed.”
“Rate shock” is erupting, as the hilariously named “Affordable Care Act” proves a masterpiece of false advertising.
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