Best Anti-Obamacare Line Ever — Should Be the GOP’s Midterm Election Rallying Cry
October 28, 2013 - 8:55 am
If you are following the Obamacare debacle you may have read or heard about this article in the LA Times with the headlines:
Some health insurance gets pricier as Obamacare rolls out.
Many middle-class Californians with individual health plans are surprised they need policies that cover more – and cost more.
While reading about the bushels of rotten California fruit growing on Obamacare trees, there was a statement that not only sums up what many Californians dislike about Obamacare, but encapsulates the side-effects of liberalism.
Here is the statement in context and please comment as to whether it should be permanently carved on the walls of Capitol Hill. (I have added the bold for emphasis.)
Pam Kehaly, president of Anthem Blue Cross in California, said she received a recent letter from a young woman complaining about a 50% rate hike related to the healthcare law.
“She said, ‘I was all for Obamacare until I found out I was paying for it,’” Kehaly said.
There you have it, the GOP’s rallying cry for the 2014 midterm election and why liberals are clueless, all in one bumper-sticker sized sentence.