Posted by Curt on 24 March, 2014 at 6:07 pm. 5 comments already!


obamacare millennials

They’re going to be waiting a long time:

Democrats have been waiting for ObamaCare to become popular for four years.

And counting.

Congressional leaders and senior White House advisers have been saying since 2010 that public opinion will turn their way sometime soon. Be patient, they have told anxious members of their party again and again.

…ObamaCare helped catapult Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) to the speakership of the House, and demolished dozens of Democratic political careers.

Democrats now face the prospect of a second midterm drubbing in 2014, and the healthcare law is even more unpopular than it was last time around.

According to a Pew survey released last week, 53 percent of the public disapproves of the Affordable Care Act, with only 41 percent saying they approve. Opinions were split almost evenly in the fall of 2010 before the Republican wave election, which Obama called a “shellacking.”

Adding to the nervousness among ObamaCare’s advocates is the fact that enrollment numbers lag significantly behind the administration’s original estimates.

The Democrats nationalized 1/6th of our economy and forced the cancellation of close to 5 million policies and they wonder why its unpopular? Obama can continue to give the finger to the Constitution by pushing back the deadline dates for this and that but sooner or later the youth will be forced to pay heavy bills and fines. Think its unpopular now?

Hell, they can only claim a little over 3 million have signed up for ObamaCare and a little over half of those 3.3 million who did sign up were already covered by Medicare anyways.

What was the most frequent reason for not signing up for ObamaCare?

“I could not afford to pay the premium.”

I recall a few people saying this would happen. But did anyone listen?


And its only going to get worse.

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