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Last week supporters of ObamaKare hailed the announcement that California’s version of the Messiah’s plan would drop premiums 29%. “It works! It works! Damn you, nay sayers!”

Today it is made clear that premiums will be jumping  64% -146%. “But our intentions were so good” wailed Dollar Bill, “how could this happen?”

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  1. Rick

    If you like your health plan you;ll be able to keep it……..

    We’ll just have to pass the bill to see what’s in it…..

    What other lies are waiting?

  2. Obummer’s plan is working, single payer here we come!
    Another lie – now “global warming” is caused by CFC’s http://bit.ly/1aIFoPj

  3. David Smith

    I have never been able to understand the (liberal?) logic behind the idea of saving money by adding more layers of bureaucrats.

  4. Mickster

    OT a little but I just read last night that the Head of the IRS visited the White House more often during Obama’s first reign MORE OFTEN than ALL of the cabinet secretaries TOGETHER. I guess now we know who was behind the IRS shenanigans against the Tea Party and others.

  5. FF

    Um….I can’t tell you whether or not Obamacare will increase rates 146%. Maybe it will, maybe it won’t. But in order to get an “apples to apples” comparison, the writer compared a comprehensive survey of rates complied by 12 insurance carriers covering millions of data points in California with…….an e-insurance website? That he referenced 6 times? I don’t ever expect much in the way of intellectual consistency from Roy, but to fulminate on a short web search from a fly-by-night? Not exactly inspiring unless he’s just echoing what someone wants to hear.

  6. peg

    Only in the wonderful world of liberal math could we cover millions more people, allow them to SKIP getting coverage until they get a serious illness – and THEN have access to insurance – plus cover everything under the sun – and expect it to cost less.