Sunday, December 29, 2013

Moving The Goal Posts on Obamacare

The above cartoon says it all about our National Not So Affordable Care Act, as advertised by President Obama and various local Democrats, including our Congressman, Brad Schneider (D-10th). Congratulations to cartoonist Gary Varvel for being directly on point. This is how they are handling 1/6th of the nation's economy. 

Democrats ridiculed certain Republicans for demanding repeal, delay and amending Obamacare. Yet the one person who has done more to cripple the roll-out is President Obama, with his non-functioning website, series of proclamations which exempts groups, delayed deadlines, refused to enforce penalties, and tried to reinstate current insurance coverage his regulations took away from the presently insured. Wait until the next rollout when employer and union paid plans fall prey to the Obama lies of "if you like your insurance, you can keep it, period!" Plans that cover millions of more residents of the United States than individual plans.

*Congressman Brad Schneider (D-10th) once totally supported Obamacare. That was before the chaos and hardships it created. Now suddenly he is for "fixing' it and pushing back more deadlines. He also offers "help" for those needing to enroll. The "help" from what I can gather is to refer those frustrated by the system and needing to enroll to others. When he had the opportunity to repeal it, delay it or amend it, Schneider routinely voted to keep the status quo on Obamacare. His earlier fund raising appeals demanded political donations so he could continue to support Obamacare. His later ones no longer mention Obamacare. Now when he sends "informative" e-mails and mails to his constituents, he doesn't mention Obamacare. 

On Obamacare, Schneider has been a reliable vote for Nancy Pelosi. That same Nancy Pelosi who famously uttered that we can read what was in the Obamacare bill after it was passed.

Nice to see Mr Schneider still moving those goal posts while continuing to protest.

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