Obamacare: It’s Still Unaffordable, Unworkable And Unfair

According to the President this is an era with the least amount of armed conflict, there is peace in the world, he has restored the respect of the United States among the nations of the world, the economy is in complete recovery and Obamacare is an unqualified success! I suppose if you proclaim the big lie over and over again you will get some believers. But nobody on the Right is being fooled by such a fantasy as this President is spinning.

The Heritage foundation reports:

Earlier this week, President Obama taunted the Supreme Court for taking up a challenge to Obamacare and boldly declared that his health care law is a success.

“What’s more, the thing is working,” Obama boasted to reporters. “I mean, part of what’s bizarre about this whole thing is we haven’t had a lot of conversation about the horrors of Obamacare because none of them come to pass.”

In reality, the president is willfully disregarding the facts and ignoring mounting evidence about the Affordable Care Act’s failures. Obamacare remains unaffordable, unworkable and unfair to the American people.

The Heritage Foundation decided to set the record straight for the president. This new video chronicles the problems playing out in states across America—many of which will be impacted by the Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling in King v. Burwell.Affordible Care Act

Even if the supreme Court ruling upholds Obamacare, policy holders are facing an average of 30% increases in their premiums. Most of the State Exchanges are going belly up. This sure doesn’t sound like a workable health care insurance system to us.

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