Skip to comments.Obamacare’s 2015 enrollment pushed to after the 2014 elections
Posted on 11/22/2013 6:12:42 AM PST by mandaladonEdited on 11/22/2013 6:21:16 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
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Why the shock and surprise?
He did the same thing with Medicare Advantage. MA was supposed to be discontinued shortly before the 2012 election, but it got a ‘magic’ extension.
If one were a political conspirator, one might suspect that MA was saved solely for political purposes: to not upset seniors, since most Medicare beneficiaries who have MA like it.
I agree with comment #3. Musta been shocking. Yee hah
What got me moderated?
I’m confused on that one.
Obama is politicizing and endangering the health of millions of people.
Yeah, he really cares about us.
Just like employer mandate.
Impled profanity, please feel free to re-post without it.
Thanks for the clarification.
This was always going to happen. Knowing it was coming doesn’t make my stomach turn any less.
The TEA Party may become the least of their worries.
Yes, but the letters from employers SHOULD go out before the elections. SHOULD, until the regime threatens employers with rectal IRS audits.
Another cynical move by a regime only interested in political power nothing more.
What about the employer mandate?
It’s a little too late for that.
People already know what will happen, and there is no way to put this back into the bottle.
Employer mandate will have to be put off another year, and soon. Otherwise those decisions will be made the beginning of next year.
If I were the insurance companies I would release interim figures a month before the election,somebody will know how many people who are enrolled in Lancaster and Medicaid before the election.
Carney says it will give the insurance companies a little extra time to make adjustments,how much difference is 2 weeks going to make,has anyone asked the insurance companies,why the hell would the insurance companies want to go along with the liar Obama anyway in this fraud at that point
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