It’s Obama’s fault that we have hurt implementation

Is this person really this stupid or does he think the rest of us are:

Thus far, New Hampshire is the only state offering just one insurance carrier for individuals buying coverage on the marketplace, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, which has analyzed the marketplaces of 30 states that have named insurers.

Moreover, New Hampshire’s legislature forbade the state from accepting federal money to publicize the law, making it harder to get residents to enroll. (Advocates recently figured out an end-run around the law by funneling the money through a quasi-governmental agency.) Tea Party activists, meanwhile, demonstrated against the law earlier this week in Laconia and New Castle.

“It’s not a marketplace when you only have one insurer. It’s more like a monopoly,” said Greg Moore, New Hampshire state director of Americans for Prosperity, which led the rallies. “This is one example of a string of broken promises under Obamacare, and it’s going to lead to more confusion and more uncertainty.”

So, people like Greg Moore have been fighting against publicizing the law and have tried to stop it at all costs and now they blame the lack of multiple insurance carriers on Obama? Greg Moore has a lot more to do with that lack of choice than Obama does.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Agent 54
    Aug 24, 2013 @ 14:28:15

    Stupid is as Stupid does. Even Forrest Gump knows how stupid Oblamercare is is.

    http://agent54nsa.blogspot.com/2013/08/stupid-is-as-stupid-does-burgundy.html

    Please support Ron Burgundy for President in 2016. Ron will clean up Washington D.C.

    Reply

  2. fredtopeka
    Aug 24, 2013 @ 14:54:27

    Obamacare is the old Republican version of universal healthcare. Personally I support single-payer, but that wasn’t discussed as a concession to Republicans. I also would have liked a public option, but that was dropped to try to get Republicans on board. End of life discussions were included in the bill as a bipartisan plan (why wouldn’t they be, in studies everybody involved with patients who underwent such counseling were happier, it cost less money, and the patients lived as long) until some Republicans started calling them death panels.

    The Republican healthcare platform is to leave things as they are: with 30 million Americans without insurance (which leads to tens of thousands of extra deaths), comparatively mediocre results, and the highest costs, by far, in the world.

    Oh yeah, Tom Hanks supports Obamacare.

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