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by Sharon Rondeau

What was Obama’s true intent in promoting his health care law despite the strife that it has caused among at least 5,000,000 Americans?

(Dec. 3, 2013) — The mainstream media continues to present Obamacare in a favorable light despite more people reported to have lost their health insurance, including adults and children with cancer who must now go without treatment.

The Christian Science Monitor reported that during Obama’s address on Tuesday in the South Court Auditorium at the White House about the Affordable Care Act, the “message” he conveyed was, “Obamacare is back, and this president is back.”

No mention was made of the families and individuals who are now left without insurance because an “affordable” plan comparable to their canceled policies is not available or accessible through the Healthcare.gov website.

CNN reported that the Obama regime considers the repaired website “a work in progress” despite an expenditure of $1 billion.

Obama rejected the notion that his health care law has “failed,” calling it “reform” of “a broken health care system.”  Stating that America had “allowed 14,000 people a day to lose their health insurance” prior to the passage of the law, he did not refer to the millions who have been notified that their plans have been canceled effective at the end of the month.

“This law is working and will work into the future,” Obama said, admitting that Obamacare affects “one-sixth of the economy.”

Also on Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on presidential overreach during which three of four people testifying stated that Obama and members of his executive branch have caused a constitutional crisis by failing to observe constitutional limits on their power.

Obama stated that the law mandates that health insurance companies must issue a refund if they “spend too much on things like overhead and not enough on their care.”  He told his audience that “We’re not going back” despite problems with the website, security, communicating applicants’ information to insurance companies, and

Obama incorrectly stated that the Republicans, who want the law repealed, have not proposed an alternative.  On September 18, 2013, The Daily Caller reported that a plan was introduced in the House of Representatives which Republicans claimed would “dramatically open up options for families, and dramatically lower costs.”

“We’re not repealing it as long as I’m president,” Obama said.  He said he would “fight another three years” if necessary to keep the law in place, claiming that it has helped “millions” during its troubled two-month rollout.

During the House Judiciary Committee hearing, the prospect of impeachment was raised by at least three congressmen frustrated with the lack of response by the courts to their subpoena of Eric Holder for documents relating to the Fast & Furious gunrunning operation and Obama himself for refusing to negotiate on certain matters.

“I’m going to need some help to spread the word,” Obama said.

Obama had promised Americans that “if you like your plan, you can keep it,” which was not true.

An Inspector General’s report of the IRS’s ability to provide security and fraud prevention stated that testing revealed continued weaknesses in the system.  Various news reports on Tuesday said that as many as 33% of individuals who completed the enrollment process through Healthcare.gov may not actually be covered because of the website’s failure to transfer information to the insurance carrier.

Obama has reportedly offered more money to insurance companies reporting losses because of the failed Healthcare.gov website and higher than anticipated claims made by consumers.

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  1. Treason, Perjury, Election Fraud, Identity Fraud, Murder, Obfuscation, Misprision Of Felony, Sabotage And Reduction Of U.S. Military, Usurpation, Political Shoplifting. Who do you call, Ghost Busters? Criminal Presentments to the Judicial? Lights are on, nobody’s home!

  2. Obama said: “We’re not repealing it as long as I’m president” I’m happy to hear that becouse everything Obama said going quite the contrary. So hopefully wery soon Obama won’t be president and Obamacare will be repealed

  3. “We’re not going back”. He’s right, you know.
    We’re not going back to common sense, when we used to execute child molesters, rapists and murderers.
    We’re not going back to “accountability”, are we?, for if we did, 90% of Congress would be in jail.
    We’re not going back to kicking incompetent judges off the bench for ruling that an American citizen “has no standing” as whether their President is Constitutionally eligible or not. Doesn’t affect you directly? Gas twice as much as when Bush was in office is one darn good measurement of “affecting”, I’d have to say. Obamacare is another.
    From no Muslims to millions; “Community Centers”, aka mosques/armories, all over: soon to be one on every corner.
    We’re not going back to “Sorry, you don’t qualify” to the present, where everyone qualifies for a government handout.
    We’re not going back to the Draft; to have a really qualified police force; to have the military DEFEND AND PROTECT the Constitution.
    No, we’re not going back: we’re going to continue down the path to become a Third World Communist country with a two-bit-illegal-immigrant-Muslim-dictator, whom we’re afraid to put in a cage down in Gitmo for the rest of his sorry miserable worthless life.
    No, we’re not going back when the Constitution stood for something. Heck, just look at the Bozos on the Supreme Court whose task it is to interrupt the Constitution. Why, they can’t even read well enough to figure-out that Obama is an imposture, a DE FACTO, a con-artist, an enemy plant, a spy, a charlatan, a lying SOB, not even a US citizen, using a STOLEN SOCIAL SECURITY CARD, fake Selective Service Registration, ETC.!
    No, we’re not going back, but we could. We have that power, as a people, to right wrongs.
    Abolishing Obamacare would be a good place to start.