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Feel the heat? Democrat Obamacare expected to rise 22% (general)

by AC @, Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 21:36 @ AC
edited by AC, Friday, October 28, 2016, 21:29

Many Pennsylvanians face hikes in their health premiums as high as 55%; Oklahomans up to 69%, and Arizonans as much as 116%.

It's all about the Democrats taking high health care costs from the middle class who work - so that the lower class 'who have never worked a day in their WELFARE/FREE MEDICAL/FREE FOOD STAMP lives' get this FREE ride. VOTE Democrat to keep that 'welfare gravy train' and unbelievably high deficit/national debt going at your expense! NOT me. Even the Christian BIBLE is against this Democrat cradle-to-grave Welfare nonsense. It basically says if you don't work for your daily bread - you don't deserve to eat.

Democrat Obamacare expected to rise 22% this coming year (2017)

Republicans go on offense over Obamacare
By Stephen Collinson, CNN
Updated 5:07 PM ET, Tue October 25, 2016

Washington (CNN)Obamacare's woes are back -- just two weeks before Election Day.

The government said Monday that premiums for Obamacare's benchmark plan are set to rise an average of 22% next year. That sticker shock is emerging as a potent issue in the final stretch of the 2016 campaign, giving GOP nominee Donald Trump and Republicans running for Congress a unifying rallying cry.

"It's blowing up all over the country," Trump told reporters Tuesday at his golf resort in Doral, Florida, vowing to repeal and replace Obamacare with something less expensive.

The GOP nominee's swift move to exploit the return of the Affordable Care Act was a sign he believes he can use it to throw his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, onto the defensive. Clinton has positioned herself squarely as the heir to President Barack Obama and the protector of his legacy. A fresh spat over health care could complicate Clinton's hopes to ride her commanding lead in the polls to a comprehensive victory on November 8.

The Clinton campaign argued Tuesday that the Republican repeal and replace position is simply not viable.

"There's a clear choice in this election: either we're going to help American families and tackle health care cost issues, or we're going to throw 20 million people off their coverage and let the insurance companies write the rules again," campaign spokeswoman Julie Wood said in a statement. "Hillary Clinton wants to build on the progress we've made and fix what's broken, while Donald Trump would rip up the ACA, reverse the progress we have made and start this fight all over again."


Feel the heat? Democrat Obamacare expected to rise 22% in 2017

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