Jul 28, 2015

Remember the ‘Affordable’ Care Act? Suckers! | PJ Tatler

You remember how the average family was going to save $2,500 a year on 'health care,' and how if you liked your plan and your doctor, you could keep them, right? After all, the president of these United States looked us right in the eye and told us so. Well, that was then -- the baited hook to get us to fall for the scheme -- and this is now:State-run health insurance markets that offer coverage...

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