If a private sector company had a similar product and it had the word “affordable” in the name, Eric Holder would shut it down for deceptive advertising and indict the owners.

Watch how much Obamacare has “helped” these Pennsylvania workers:

A local news station brings viewers inside one Pennsylvania company as the employees their learn about their new health care plans under Obamacare:

I wish they’d have asked how many of those people voted for Obama so I’d know which ones not to feel as sorry for.

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6 Responses to “Hope & Change: Workers at small business discover how much Obamacare has ‘helped’ them”

  1. doriangrey1 on January 30th, 2014 4:43 pm

    Just wait until the Employer Mandate kicks in, right after the Nov mid-terms (because Obama must delay it otherwise the Democrats will suffer a bloodbath that will make Custer's last stand at the Little Bighorn look like a Sunday school ice-cream social).

    SHOCKING NEW REPORT: Obamacare Still an EPIC FAILURE…

  2. Truesoldier__ on January 30th, 2014 5:33 pm

    I wonder if these tv news anchors have gone missing yet?

  3. backwoodsconsr on January 30th, 2014 8:05 pm

    With friends like the government, who needs enemies?

  4. Marshall_Will on January 30th, 2014 11:44 pm

    Hate to say it, but those employee reactions were -precisely- what this admin. and ACA were designed to deliver. Quiet, resigned, shocked, disbelief. Even their anger is tempered w/ fear of reprisal.

    "This ought to rock those cowboys back on their HEELS!"

    At first I didn't get it, but now I'm seeing why MM has chosen to focus on American inventiveness, ingenuity and innovation. Apparently, we've all been brow beaten to the remedial point of requiring explanation as to WHO we are and what GOT us here!?

  5. Marshall_Will on January 31st, 2014 12:17 am

    "The longest wait time was in Boston at 72 days"

    Unless your name happens to be Kennedy or Heinz.

    Likely he'll ditch the employer 'mandate' and morph that into another shell game. Have to say though, in spite of years of hunkering down ( for housing bubble bloggers that started around '03, '04 at the latest ) I've felt compelled to step out and take not just a little investment risk, but also SPLURGE when the mood strikes?

    Growing accustomed to some sort of flagging republic/reusing tea bags consumption habit is again, exactly what this admin. WANTS. We need to start drawing l-i-n-e-s there's certain amenities we simply won't do without. By focusing on [select] quality purchases ( or donations to the right candidates ) we can move the battle front from backs against the WALL, to refusing to wait at the bar until a table opens up. IMHO

  6. Truesoldier__ on January 31st, 2014 5:35 pm

    It looks like the GOP leadership is once again trying to grab defeat out of the jaws of victory:

    National Republican Congressional Committee chair Rep. Greg Walden told reporters at the House Republican retreat that immigration votes are "probably months out" and will be after the congressional primaries are mostly over.

    Great. Grassroots activists around the country are now going to make sure there's an anti-amnesty independent candidate on the general election ballot, in case GOP incumbents sell out after the primaries. And if GOP leadership proceeds with this unique combination of cynicism and recklessness, who could blame some voters for supporting such an independent candidate in November?

    Which could well mean … Speaker Pelosi.

    The solution? No immigration votes in 2014. Kill the bills.
    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/nrcc-chair-ma

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