What President Obama and the GOP Could Have Said About The Affordable Care Act

Obama On ACAWhat President Obama could have said about the Affordable Care Act, “I can’t promise you that you will be able to keep the health insurance plan you have now because that will be up to you, your current provider, and your employer; but I can promise you that if you lose your current plan for what ever reason, you will be able to get new affordable health insurance.”

The real promise and benefit of the Affordable Care Act is everyone can have affordable health insurance.

If you lose your job and lose your health insurance, you can get new health coverage. The availability of health care will no longer be dependent on your employment.

If you have a prexisting condition, you will not be denied health insurance. The availability of health care will no longer be dependent on your current health condition. GOPoooo1

If you are seriously ill, you will not have to worry about cost limits and your health care being cancelled.

If you are a young adult, you will not have to worry about losing your health insurance because of your age.

It’s this promise and benefit of the Affordable Care Act that has the Republicans worried. And they are worried you will learn the truth and realize the GOP has lied to you.

The Affordable Care Act is good for families, good for business, and good for America.

What the Republicans could have said about the Affordable Care Act, “We lied!”

Follow the link to read the Washington Post Article “Obamacare’s Real Promise….

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One thought on “What President Obama and the GOP Could Have Said About The Affordable Care Act

  1. Harmon December 12, 2013 / 1:45 pm

    Michael McQuary is a truly articulate person. This is so well stated.

    Margaret Harmon

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