Obama Blames Insurers for Cancelled Coverage

President Obama said Wednesday was blaming ‘bad apple’ insurers for cancelled coverage.

U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius pauses during her testimony before a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing about issues and complications with the Affordable Care Act enrolment website, on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 30, 2013. REUTERS-Jonathan Ernst
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In typical fashion, Obama won’t accept responsibility for his Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare.

What he isn’t accepting is that it is his Obamacare that is causing insurers to cancel coverage. It’s in the bill.

Boy, if they’d have read it they would know these things.

He championed the idea that if you liked your insurance, you could keep it.

The only problem is that insurers were and are forced to change almost every single policy because it isn’t good enough in the eyes of Obamacare.

So what did he say?

“Just shop around in the new marketplace. You’re going to get a better deal.”

“Remember, before the Affordable Care Act, these bad-apple insurers had free rein every single year to limit the care that you received, or used minor pre-existing conditions to jack up your premiums, or bill you into bankruptcy.” – Reuters

So who’s to take the blame?

HHS Secretary Kathleen “Kitty-Kat” Sebelius is sticking her neck out there and saying she’s to blame.

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