Despite the assertions to the contrary by Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Obamacare is still a complete and utter failure, strangely for exactly the reasons that virtually every rational sane Conservative in America said it would be.
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.
Wonder why Obamacare isn’t popular? Millions of people losing their health insurance when the individual mandate kicked in? Hell, wait till the employer mandate kicks in and 60 to 90 million people lose their health insurance. The Obamanation Administration will of course make damned sure that the employer mandate doesn’t kick in until after the Nov mid-terms, he has to, no other choice really, because the bloodbath for the democrats would make the German holocaust look like a Sunday school squabble.
Meanwhile, in the real world, not the Obama/Reid/Pelosi/Wasserman Shultz Marxist Utopian delusional fantasy world, real people are feeling the real effects of Obamacare, and they don’t even remotely like it.
A local news station brings viewers inside one Pennsylvania company as the employees their learn about their new health care plans under Obamacare:
“Look at the numbers,” says the reporter of two employees. “Jeff and Dave used to have a $1,250 deductible. Since Obamacare went into effect, it’s now jumped 60 percent to $2,000. That’s nothing compared to Brian, Kristi, and Judy who have kids. they are going to pay twice that, four grand.” The reporter adds that co-pays are being increased, too.
“I don’t know how President Obama thinks he’s helping us because we can’t afford this, we can’t afford to pay these co-pays, to pay these deductibles on what we’re making,” says one of the workers.
Another worker adds, “They call it the affordable health plan. There’s nothing affordable about it. I can’t afford it.”
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How long do you typically wait to see your doctor?
Well if your physician is in D.C., you will most likely wait about 17 days to schedule an appointment.
A survey of physicians nationwide found the average wait time for a new patient is nearly 19 days.
The longest wait time was in Boston at 72 days and the shortest is in Dallas with 10 days.
When the employer mandate kicks in, it’s going to get worse by orders of magnitude.