Skip to comments.VIDEO: Obama Promises Lower Insurance Premiums $2500 Per Year (3/22/2010. Blast to the past)
Posted on 05/01/2012 10:14:07 AM PDT by tobyhill
There should be confetti in the air. The House passed the Senates health care take-over bill yesterday and somewhere within the 2,000-plus page monstrosity is the magic legislation Obama has promised will lower insurance premiums $2,500 per family per year.
Its also been touted by the Democrats to be a jobs bill, which the 15,000 additional IRS agents now being hired to enforce the new government health insurance mandate can testify. Also, it will apparently help lower the deficit, insure millions, and create world peace.
But Americans are looking directly in their wallet for evidence ObamaCare will bring economic utopia. Can Obama fulfill his $2,500 promise? He certainly promised it enough.
Rep. Paul Ryan doesnt have the answer to how Obama plans to pull off this promise. But he does have the numbers.
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I’m self employed. My family’s health insurance premiums have almost doubled since Obamacare. Thanks Barry.
b-b-but he personally led a team of Navy SEALS into pockeystan, crashed through the front door of Osama Bin Laden’s room, kicked him in the nuts, and then carrying twin 50 cal. automatics started shooting up the place. OBL’s last words, ‘Murrrrr-doch, uh...I mean Obammmmma’ could be heard as Obamma took he controls of the chopper with one hand and with the other hand dialed his daughters on his blackberry - just so he could tell them a bedtime story. It’s true, I heard it on MSNBC.
How many recall that in the 2008 campaign Obama and the democrats promised that everyone would have the same medical plan as congress?
How many believe that not one republican running for office this year will even mention it?
50% increase since Commiecare overall.
I want to know how George Bush caused my premiums to rise this past year. You KNOW it is going to be blamed on him, right -everything else is.
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