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ObamaCare...3 Years Later

The debate over ObamaCare is far from over. It's back in the news in a big way for a number of reasons. First of all, with each passing day we get closer and closer to its full implementation in 2014. As we inch closer to this date, the realities of ObamaCare become all the more real … and they aren't pretty. Politically, ObamaCare is back in the news mainly because of Paul Ryan's budget proposal, which balances the budget in 10 years but also relies on the repeal of ObamaCare as a way to achieve this goal. In order to repeal ObamaCare, which I think is essential for the future of this nation, Republicans in Washington need to be willing to shut down the government. That's what it is going to take. Mind you, we still take in $2.7 trillion, which would still allow us to fund the basic functions of government including Medicare, Social Security, pay on our debt, the full faith and credit of the US will not be threatened.

Just over the last few days, the discussion over ObamaCare has exploded and the vast majority of it has been negative. I want to give you a feel for the impact ObamaCare is expect to have if it's not repealed.

Congressional Report: Obamacare Leads to Skyrocketing Premiums, 200 Percent Possible

An exhaustive study by three congressional committees delivers startling news about the dire effects of Obamacare: President Barack Obama’s signature legislation could increase health insurance premiums by over 200 percent and render insurance coverage unaffordable for millions of Americans ...

The More Businesses Learn About Obamacare, The More Reluctant They Are To Hire

Earlier this month, the Fed released its latest “beige book” – a monthly report on economic conditions across the country. The book noted that employers across the country have “cited the unknown effects of the Affordable Care Act as reasons for planned layoffs and reluctance to hire more staff.”

Can you get Obamacare? This insanely complicated chart will tell you.

The Obama administration isn’t collecting 21 pages of information for its own entertainment. It’s collecting 21 pages of information to figure out where people land on this flowchart …

Questions Abound in Learning to Adjust to Health Care Overhaul

Baked in the Sun is a wholesale baker and distributor of freshly baked pastries near San Diego. The company is one of thousands of small businesses that employ more than 50 full-time employees and thus will be required to offer health insurance to their workers — or pay into a government fund — beginning Jan. 1 …

The Nation Will Reexamine Obamacare

The weasels who wrote the Obama health law postponed the pain until after the 2012 presidential election … People in their twenties and thirties will be clobbered with 100% or higher premium hikes, insurers report. Nineteen percent of the president’s 2012 voters came from this age group …

Obamacare's crushing burden

Americans can pay lower premiums for auto and home insurance policies with high deductibles, but when it comes to health insurance, Uncle Sam says no. The broad, mandatory scope of the new health plans is one reason why the Internal Revenue Service estimated a family plan would cost $20,000 a year in 2016 …

Obamacare at Three Years: Failing Small Businesses

One of Obamacare’s many failures is the temporary small business tax credit, which is intended to encourage small employers to offer health insurance to their employees by partially offsetting the cost. Thus far it has largely failed to do so ...

Experts: Obamacare insurance gains could stress primary care system

The health system is girding for millions of new patients under Obamacare, and experts are worried that an already-strained primary care system could buckle unless other health care professionals are marshaled to perform primary care ...

Obamacare Harms Colleges And Their Employees

The University of Virginia is expecting a roughly $7-million bill for Obamacare’s new employer penalties, said Susan Carkeek, the University’s vice president and chief human resources officer … Community colleges across the country are slashing employee hours to avoid costly Obamacare mandates …

Plan B for Obamacare

Democrats are becoming disillusioned at the law’s failure to achieve its ideal of quality health care for every American that doesn’t add to the deficit, reduces medical spending, and promises employees the right to stay on the company plan. And so they’re trying to clean up the mess they’ve made …

Obamacare to hit home on Hill

During debate over the law in 2009, Republicans insisted that if members of Congress were going to put their fellow Americans into health care exchanges, they and their staffs should be in there, too … But vague language in this part of the law — which was passed three years ago this Saturday — has led to a slew of quirks and questions ...

That extensive list of ObamaCare impacts are just from this past week! Throughout the years we've been covering the potential impact of ObamaCare, which is now becoming a reality. I anticipate that these stories will continue to pour in if ObamaCare is not repealed.

Meanwhile, the law remains wildly unpopular with the American people, even Democrats. In fact, recent polling shows that most Americans and businesses don't even know what's in it. Why would they? After all, it was Nancy Pelosi herself who said that we had to pass the bill to find out what's in it. Based on the list of stories above, we are finding out what's in it … and it isn't pretty. Not to mention the fact that it will bankrupt this country in the long-run, adding $6 trillion to our long-term debt. Yet still, we have Nancy Pelosi just yesterday boasting about how ObamaCare will allow people to be a photographer or a writer, without the stress of worrying about healthcare coverage. I have a newsflash for Nancy Pelosi: If we can't pay for the program, eventually there will be no country left for people to pursue their dreams of becoming a photographer or a writer.

Amazingly enough, when asked about the healthcare cost increases that we've already seen – despite the fact that we were promised costs would decrease $2,500 if we passed Obamacare – Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says that this is “pretty good news.”