Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

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  1. PJ says:

    Administration also does not care if it has legal authority to delay mandates…

  2. BHS says:

    New Jersey woman’s ObamaCare insurance turned down by 96 doctors — still no appointment.

    She brought it upon herself, voting for this. And she’s still a supporter!

    “I remain grateful for the Affordable Care Act and understand that we, the people, must continue to fight to make sure that the access it promises to provide can become tangible for all. Though the government, under President Obama, has made tremendous strides in equalizing the divide between the healthcare ‘haves’ and ‘have nots,’ we still have so far to go.”

  3. Matthew says:

    “The U.S. administration has not determined whether it has legal authority to delay Obamacare’s individual mandate”

    Hmmm, I wonder what they are really going to decide. I doubt they will say they didn’t have legal authority.

  4. Andrew says:

    “As a proud new beneficiary of the Affordable Health Care Act, I’d like to report that I am doctorless. Ninety-six. Ninety-six is the number of soul crushing rejections that greeted me as I attempted to find one.”

    Proud new beneficiary? Soul crushing? I can see that you are one for hyperbole.

    • James M. says:

      “Despite the government’s valiant attempts to give the nations the unemployed and underemployed adequate health care, many doctors are still unwilling to take on Medicaid patients.”

      So you are blaming doctors, and praising the government’s health care law? Doctor’s must remain financially viable in order to continue their practice. It is ACA that is preventing them financial incentives to see these patients.

  5. Jay says:

    “What’s more difficult than signing up for an ObamaCare insurance plan? Cancelling one.”

    Nothing cancels a plan quicker than not paying for it.