Skip to comments.(Exempt RAT) Senator Kay Hagan confronts the burning question that could make or break her campaign
Posted on 03/01/2014 11:13:35 AM PST by Libloather
Senator Hagan released the following statement to ABC11: "When this law was written, we established a three-year transition period so that insurance companies had time to begin offering plans that met the requirements of the law for the 5 percent of people on the individual market. As I've made clear, I didn't know that some insurance companies would use that transition period to sell outdated plans without fully notifying consumers that they would no longer be available in 2014. But as soon as it came to my attention last fall when I heard from constituents who felt blindsided by the fact that their plans were no longer available, I immediately did something about it, signing onto a bill to let people keep their plans permanently.
"I am working to fix this bill to make it better for North Carolina, and it is Thom Tillis who is not answering questions or being honest about what he would do to people's health care. Speaker Tillis would let insurance companies discriminate against preexisting conditions, charge women more for care and make seniors pay more for prescription drugs. Speaker Tillis is misleading North Carolinians about where I stand, because he knows he can't defend his own position."
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Yes, you did.
kay, if you now have to fix it, why did you help write it and then vote for it, kay hagan? If it was broke when you helped write it but you voted for it anyway, why should anyone trust you to fix it? kay, I think you are lying again!
Here is one “burning question” for you Senator Hagan: why are you and other senators and their staff members exempted from Obamacare if it is such a good law?
How many times will she lie?
Further more, none of them read the law, so how could they have know anything about it?
As many times as it takes to fool the people.
Keep digging, Kay! Keep digging!
So people are getting screwed is because it’s the insurance companies fault for following the law you supported and never even read...
"If you like your plan you can keep your plan". "If you like your Doctor you can keep your Doctor".
There is no level to which dems like Hagan will stoop. Pure liar, but then she knows the logos who vote for her will buy her crap
Whatever happened to “ignorance of the law is no excuse.”
In 2010 Hagan had the chance to vote for a GOP proposal that would have grandfathered these”outdated” plans. She voted no.
She didn’t care then and she’s only pretending to care now because she’s in big trouble.
Yup. Their plan was to pass it and then go on a big denial tour in 2014 because they’re not stupid - they knew exactly what a disaster 0bamacare was. But they couldn’t tear down the country and rebuild it to their specifications without it.
Buh Bye Kay. Enjoy your retirement. A Tsunami is coming that will wash all you lying scum democrats away.
Whay sort of moron would run for public office and be totally ignorant of the fact that "insuring" pre-existing conditions has never been part of the 300+ history of the understanding of the definition of "insurance."
It can be called many things (welfare comes to mind) but insurance, it isn't.
Yes, it’s the insurance companies fault.
That’s the ticket!
Lying bastards, every damned one of them.
"Yes, you did."
And, if you really didn't know, Kay, you weren't paying attention. Or were too stupid to understand what you voted for.
In any event, you are not qualified to represent the good people of North Carolina in the U.S. Senate.
C’mon Kay, all these people that lost their insurance are just a bunch of damn liars.
You and dingy Harry need to get your story straight.
BTW, you know where you can shove your POS socialism don’t you?
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