If you are wondering how it is possible to report on middle-class healthcare skyrocketing costs from 2008 to 2018, without bothering to mention Obamacare as a possible factor, read last week’s ABC report.
Wasn’t Obamacare supposed to lower costs? Wasn’t it named the *Affordable* Care Act?
And now, the Dems are trying to foist an even more horrible scheme on us, with millions losing their private health insurance, and dumping everyone into Medicare For All, or, as it should be called, Healthcare For None.
In 2008, middle-class workers spent about 7.8% of household income on premiums and deductibles.
By 2018, that figure had climbed to 11.5%. https://t.co/u1iaCkAfoA
— ABC News (@ABC) November 21, 2019
Gee, what happened between 2008 and 2018? #IfYouLikeYourPlan
— Jerry S (@jerrycsfla) November 22, 2019
What was that major piece of legislation passed in 2009 without ONE GOP vote that MIGHT have had something to do with this? If only I could remember…
— The Media are Lying Dem Whores (@CurmudgeonlyOpa) November 21, 2019
If only we had passed Obamacare to lower our premiums. Oh wait…
— Johnny Utah (@JohnnyU2019) November 22, 2019