Obama struggles to save his cherished health lawSubmitted by meekandmild on Sat, 11/16/2013 - 11:46
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama's health care law risks coming unglued because of his administration's bungles and his own inflated promises.
To avoid that fate, Obama needs breakthroughs on three fronts: the cancellations mess, technology troubles and a crisis in confidence among his own supporters.
Working in his favor are pent-up demands for the program's benefits and an unlikely collaborator in the insurance industry.
Comment by Nomorelies :
Obama: "Alright, we lied about you being able to keep your present coverage, and we lied about you being able to keep your precious doctor, and we lied about you being able to see specialists without referrals, and we lied about premiums not going up, and we lied about not imposing taxes, and we lied about the act paying for itself, and we lied about the website being ready, and we lied about instituting mandates, and we lied about the penalties, and we lied about the deadlines, and lied about about taking care of all your needs and we lied about...well, just about everything. Now, we want you to know what are you going to do about it? Not much, after all, the law is the law and we can't just change it to suit you, but we gave everyone else waivers, exemptions and ourselves subsidies..... we could delay or repeal it but that would prove the Republicans were right and that is more important to me, so shut up, drink the kool-aid, respect and trust me to fix this!"