Obamacare’s Impact: New Website Tracks and Publishes Health Insurance Premium Increases Submitted From People Across the Country
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Obamacare’s Impact: New Website Tracks and Publishes Health Insurance Premium Increases From People Across the Country Cypress, CA October 23, 2013 A new website addresses the increasingly prevalent issue of premium increases due to The Affordable Care Act. SkyrocketingPremiums.Com utilizes actual cases sent in from those impacted by Obamacare. Site visitors are encouraged to submit their personal premium increase stories, in addition | Read More »
Dear ObamaCare, Meet ICantEnroll.com
ObamaCare has fallen and it can’t get up.
First the website crashed on day 1. Then, for the few people who could enroll, much of their information was mangled and incorrectly communicated to insurance companies. The ObamaCare rollout has been a complete failure.
So we are introducing a website that does work: ICantEnroll.com.
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White House doing emergency meeting with insurance industry. …Deniably. #obamacare
Gee, this doesn’t sound ominous for Obamacare boosters. No, not at all: “The White House is meeting with CEOs of health plans on Wednesday, according to two insurance industry sources.” I got a reaction to this from a (non-insurance company) CEO who, for reasons which will become abundantly clear as soon as you read it, prefers to stay anonymous. You can guess whose code name | Read More »
#Obamacare chat line personnel starting to seriously lose it.
I know that this video from the GOP on the Obamacare exchange’s help chat SOUNDS like an exaggeration… …but it’s actually not.
Dem. Rep: ‘The Tea Party Is No More Popular Than The Klan’
Rep. Alan Grayson, an unabashedly progressive politician from Florida, just can help himself in advertising his incorrigibility. Apparently, anyone who is a member of the Tea Party is also affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan. Is this an abject lie? Yes. Then again, Grayson called a woman a “K Street Whore,” and said Republicans want Americans to “die quickly.” So, should we be surprised that | Read More »
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Washington Post: #obamacare exchange flunked pre-launch testing. *Grotesquely*.
So, if the story’s from the Washington Post, then why am I picking Talking Points Memo as the go-to link for this story? Federal health officials went ahead with the Oct. 1 launch of Obamacare’s online health insurance marketplace despite a failed test days before, the Washington Post reported Monday. Government officials and contractors ran a test to see whether the web portal could handle | Read More »
ObamaCare Website Broken? Call the Hotline: Here’s What you Get
The utter disaster that is the ObamaCare website has been on full display. President Obama himself even says it’s unacceptable. But we are all going to have to accept it for now apparently. President Obama said that while the “glitches” in the website are worked out people could still call the 1-800 number.
Talk show host Sean Hannity did just that.
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Where is Our Amnesty?
Now that Obama thinks he has successfully remade the American economy and permanently transformed the relationship between the citizen and government, he is working on restructuring society itself. He plans to move on from Obamacare to immigration deform. Conservatives must ensure that the focus remains on Obamacare. No immigration-related legislation. Period. The idea that we can craft a positive bill with Obama in the White | Read More »
ObamaCare is greed sanctified through politics
Money gets a bad rap from some people, because it’s supposed to be the instrument of greed. Wanting more money is said to be crass. Indeed, in our modern political culture, wanting to keep your own money is treated as “greed.” The noble and virtuous demands of the collective, as interpreted by a priesthood of politicians, completely trumps individual self-interest. But it’s easy to be greedy without | Read More »
Are Obamacare Enrollment Pressures Unconstitutional?
As each day passes, the various facets of Obamacare are getting implemented in order to be fully operational by January 1, 2014. But we are hearing about the difficulties in the implementation caused primarily by either 1) the website fiasco; 2) low number of enrollees; and 3) people wanting to pay the penalties in order to avoid having to pay for intentionally overpriced health “insurance”. | Read More »
Rep. Adam Kinzinger(R-IL) Attacks Club For Growth, FreedomWorks, Heritage Action In ABC This Week Appearance
This Sunday on ABC News’ This Week they had on their panel Illinois Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger who took the opportunity on national television to attack the Club for Growth, FreedomWorks, and Heritage Action. Kinzinger told substitute host Martha Radditz, “My concern with what’s going on, and we saw the interview with Ted Cruz and everything, is we’re seeing conservatism in essence being redefined in | Read More »
The high cost of ObamaCare deception
President Obama’s Rose Garden press conference on the ObamaCare disaster featured a group of 13 human props, lined up on stage behind him to put a face on the alleged virtues of his health care scheme. It turns out none of them had actually purchased an ObamaCare insurance plan, and only three of them had even completed the application process. What a perfect summary of the disastrous | Read More »
ObamaCare Could Cost my Family over $50,000 a Year in Premiums?
ObamaCare’s rollout has been a disaster. For most trying to enroll, the website crashed. For many who did enroll, their information was mangled. Others will find plans that could cost over $50,000 a year in premiums.
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President Calls a Hail Mary to Fix Obamacare
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the failure of CMS as the contractor for Obamacare tech, how the White House should have built the online registration system and what it will take to fix it.
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The Greek Tragedy of Obamacare
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where at some point you stop and ask yourself “how the hell did I end up here?” I have, and like a Greek tragedy, usually whatever predicament I found myself in was the result of a number of poor decisions that seemed to compound themselves until they finally reached a point where I had to stop and | Read More »