And these are humans? No they are animals…Executing a 14 year old. For being a 14 year old..If a 14 year old was executed every time one smarted off…Just saying…Hey libtarded Mooslim lovers..
Is this what you want?
With Buck Ofama appearing to want to support these people…
Recall the halcyon days of 2008 and 2009 when Barack Obama promised, “If you already have health insurance, the only thing that will change for you under this plan is the amount of money you will spend on premiums. That will be less.” Good times, good times.
Along with just about every other lofty promise that came with the Unaffordable Care Act, this one has come crashing back to earth. A recent California report on premiums in the Golden State seemed to show that costs would be lower than expected. Actually, the truth is that premiums will cost as much as 146 percent more than today. The reason is that California, as The Wall Street Journalput it, “goosed the data” and “wasn’t comparing apples to apples.”
Meanwhile, the IRS issued a final ObamaCare regulation last week that assumes that the cheapest family health insurance plan will cost $20,000 a year by 2016. And the House Energy and Commerce Committee just published a report called “The Looming Premium Rate Shock” detailing that some premiums could quintuple. In fact, Politico reports, “Dozens of lawmakers and aides are so afraid that their health insurance premiums will skyrocket next year thanks to Obamacare that they are thinking about retiring early or just quitting.”
As premiums rise, however, leftists are bending over backwards to explain that it’s no big deal because everyone will be better off — well, except for the millions paying more for insurance, or the 31 million people who still won’t have insurance. Funny, but we don’t remember hearing any of that in 2009 or even 2012.
- Obamacare will add an estimated 13 million people into the failing and broken Medicaid program;
- 24 million people will obtain coverage through the law’s exchanges, 19 million of whom will have their coverage subsidized by the government;
- 7 million are expected to lose their current employer-sponsored coverage (breaking that firm presidential promise); and
- About 5 million people will no longer obtain their coverage in the non-group market.
How about not just NO! But HELL NO Buck Ofama!!
Crop insurance. only those rich enough to afford it, can…and then get paid back big time!! While the little family farm struggles…Pork for the porkers!!!
Fast and Furious? Remember that? Anyone? Hello? Chirp…chirp…chirp…