Absolutely the WORST part of Obamacare

By | November 8, 2013

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About D.T. Osborn

I am 57 years old and live in the great state of Nebraska. I am a direct health care services worker and a bi-vocational pastor of a Baptist church. I have been married for 29 years and have a 26 year old son.

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3 thoughts on “Absolutely the WORST part of Obamacare

  1. Jan Brown

    D.T., you’ve put together quite a compact version of the horrors this ‘thing’ brings with it. I’d like to add, if I may, to your ‘worst’ part. As you said, many of the faults were known before it passed ….worse is those whose constituents elected to represent their interest couldn’t be bothered to even check out the multitude of flaws, much less read the bill first!! It was more important to walk in lock step singing fa la la into the fantasy kingdom of Obama. many accepting ‘special’ palms of silver & gold. They eagerly anointed Obama & made him the first President that could on whim re-write a law without their objection..

    I hope & believe this monster will die under its own weight…I hope every one is aware that Guieterrez, Harkin & some others plan on ‘sneaking’ amnesty in for criminal trespassers before the end of 2013. We aren’t a one issue country any more than a one payer health country.

    Good Work!!

    1. D.T. Osborn

      Thanks for your comment. You are right to also criticize the congress about their lack of real representation before the bill was passed. I would add that the lack of sufficient time afforded to read the bill was another example of a broken promise by Obama made when he campaigned. In addition, it does behoove us to be vigilant about the ‘sneaking in’ of amnesty in the guise of immigration reform. Thanks for that reminder as well.

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