Shovel Ready Obamacare: Barack Hussein Obama … HE LIED! Obama Said that Premium Costs Will Go Down 14% … They Did Not
America, how’s that Obamacare “hopey, changey” stuff working out for you? Welcome to “SHOVEL READY” Obamacare reduced premiums … they don’t exist either!!!
Remember when President Barack Hussein Obama tried to lecture Republicans and WE THE PEOPLE on Obamacare stating that the cost would go down 14%? When confronted with the truth, Obama’s response was … “that is just not factually accurate”. Guess what America, it is chose your new health care benefits time at work, just ahead of the 2010 midterm election and did you notice something about your health care benefits? They did not go down as Obama stated, in fact they increased.
As the Gateway Pundit reminds us of the following, “during the White House Summit on health care, Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, and President Obama argued that the Democratic health care bill would cause premiums to decrease.”
Guess who was telling the truth and it was not Barack Obama. According to CNN, employees’ share of premiums for a family plan is up an average 14%, to $3,997. So now we know that Obama stated that the $787 billion stimulus money was to go to “shovel ready” jobs when now he admist there was no such thing and your health care reduced premiums under Obamacare also appear to be shovel ready was well.
It’s that time of year when employers deliver bad news about next year’s benefits.
Chances are you’ll learn that your 2011 health insurance tab will be sharply higher, as companies continue to shift the burden of rising costs onto their workers.
Employees’ share of premiums for a family plan is up an average 14%, to $3,997, vs. just a 3% rise in the total bill, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
And it’s not just premiums that are spiraling higher. You’re also likely to be hit with higher deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums as well as bigger bills for doctor’s visits and drugs.
“Increasingly, employees have to be thoughtful about not just the cost of the plan, but the cost of the services they use,” says Michael Thompson, a principal with Pricewaterhouse-Coopers’ human resources practice.
1 million to lose out on better coverage
It seems people are doing that, but not in the way experts recommend: Recent data suggest that many insured Americans are now forgoing care because of the cost. Rather than sacrificing your health, keep expenses.
It would appear that Nancy Pelosi was correct in that the only way to know what was in Obamacare was to pass it. We are learning that terrible and expensive lesson every day. Thank you Barack, Nancy, Harry and the rest of the Democrats … REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER!