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Guess What the Buraucracy Did to Barack Obama’s Poster Child for Obamacare


Posted on Monday, May 26th, 2014 at 10:36 am by Kyle Olson
 


Obamacare was going to make health insurance affordable, they told us.

From the Washington State Wire:

Jessica Sanford, the Federal Way woman who got a shout-out from President Obama last month with her fan letter for the Affordable Care Act, got a rather rude awakening last week. Turns out she doesn’t qualify for a tax credit after all.

At least that’s what the letter said that she got from the state. Now she says her dream of affordable health insurance has gone poof. She can’t afford it. She’ll have to go without. “I’m really terribly embarrassed,” she says. “It has completely turned around on me. I mean, completely.”

Chalk it up to a bollixed-up state website that apparently still has major problems.

The next step by the Obama administration will be to unilaterally eliminate the tax credits and fees. Then will be “free” government-provided health care for all.

http://www.progressivestoday.com/guess-what-the-buraucracy-did-to-barack-obamas-poster-child-for-obamacare/
« Last Edit: May 26, 2014, 11:51:51 AM by rangerrebew »
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