The Candidate Fixes ObamaCare: Blames it on the Insurance Companies | Eastern North Carolina Now

"So now, you CAN keep your health care plan ... for one more year." - Barack Hussein Obama, November 14, 2013

    Over the loud objections of American health insurance companies, and with blaming George W. Bush not really an option to sooth or convince the even most stupid among us, chiefly The Candidate's voting base, our Liar-in-Chief fixed ObamaCare by blaming health insurance companies. Along with the blame that was affixed to these poor players in this Democrat inspired tragedy, the Candidate also suggested that he, by executive order, would allow these subject insurance companies to reverse their cancellations, as stipulated per the ACA (Afordable Care Act), on those nearly 6 million Americans that have lost their insurance policies in recent weeks.

    Candidate Obama's Executive order to reverse ObamaCare's regulations, relating to forcing new customers into the ObamaCare fold, would now allow insurance companies to re-insure their former customers for one more year; however, still has state regulatory hurdles to overcome. Moreover, The Candidate does not suddenly have the authority to command these private insurance companies to re-insure these former customers; it will be their call unless prompted by individual states' insurance commissioners to do so.

    So, there you have it: Another unilateral "regulatory" quick fix by The Candidate, which increases the certain unconstitutionality of his signature, and most partisan, legislation. The only Americans that will believe this to be a proper solution to this health care ObamaNation will be the lowest of the low information Americans (the Candidate's voting base), including fewer members now of the OMG (Obama Media Group) still willing to sacrifice any remaining vestiges of their limited integrity - i.e. MSNBC.

    Incredibly, while Candidate Obama endeavored to repair the unrepairable, Democrats in the U.S. Senate, up for re-election in 2014, scrambled to rehash Republican initiatives to salvage their sorry political hides. Remarkably, many of these Republican initiatives were roundly scorned by these same disingenuous Democrats just a few weeks ago when they, and their owned OMG, prattled to anyone stupid enough to believe them that, "the Republicans were shutting down the government!"

    Even North Carolina's U.S. Senator Kay Hagan, self-professed co-architect and ardent supporter of ObamaCare, is scurrying to join any side that distances her from her previous position of always voting Democrat, and not paying much attention to the precepts of that condition. Similarly Kay Hagan's condition of political advancement, after her one term of being a devout Obama lackey, and little more, are slim to nil in North Carolina, a state hit hardest by the vagaries of the ill-conceived ObamaCare.

In the Blame Game that our Federal government has devolved into on its "government shutdown": Who is primarily at fault?
32.21%   The Republican-controlled House
32.33%   The Democrat-controlled Senate
35.46%   Mr. Obama
5,067 total vote(s)     Voting has Ended!

Recently, Mr. Obama was rated by a group of 200 Liberal historians. They subsequently graded him a B- as president. If you were to give him a grade: What would it be?
30.83%   A/B
27.7%   C/D
41.47%   F
1,888 total vote(s)     Voting has Ended!

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( November 15th, 2013 @ 11:45 am )
Candidate Obama tries once again to test the stupidity of those few who still believe, "Yes We Can!"

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