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Obamacare's Transition Causes Problems

Insurance rates going up, citizens getting angry, politicians going crazy. These are examples of only some of the bad things Obamacare has done to people. Citizens that don’t want Obamacare shouldn’t have to have it for these three main reasons: Obama said on multiple occasions that people would be able to keep their original health insurance once Obamacare is intact, Obamacare will cost taxpayers that don’t even want the insurance thousands of dollars yearly, and people ,such as the Catholics, are having a problem with the contraception Obamacare covers. There is absolutely no reason why people shouldn’t be able to keep their original health insurance. If they wanted Obamacare they would have signed up for the insurance online.
He Said “Keep It” Individual Mandate
You watched it on the news, read it in the papers and listened to it via radio, the quote from our current President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, that stated, “If you like your plan, you can keep it.” (Cordon)

This quote kept Democrats some-what settled over the matter of the Obamacare Act. The act was supposed to help out families and others who couldn’t afford their own health insurance, or helped out people whose jobs don’t provide health insurance. Soon after the health care act was passed by Congress, people got pink letters in the mail saying that their health insurance had been canceled due to the Obamacare Act. Citizens who got this letter became livid because they had been told time after time by Barack Obama himself that they would be able to keep their original health insurance plan.
People buy different insurance for different reasons. [A woman that is pregnant would want insurance that covers maternity benefits. A family would want cove...

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As you have read above Obamacare is slowly hurdling down like a comet off course. It’s raising taxes for high and middle class citizens, forcing contraception on people who don’t believe in such, and the President himself said on many occasions that, “If you like your insurance, you can keep it.” As the problems increase there's not much more to do, but pray that Obamacare will be stopped for the own good of the country.

Works Cited
Condon, Stephanie. "Obama Letting People Keep Canceled Health Plans for Another
Year." CBSNews. CBS Interactive, 13 Nov. 2013. Web. 09 Dec. 2013.
Gottleib, Scott. “Do you Win or Lose Under Obamacare?” Forbes. Forbes, 20 Nov.
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Kim, Seung Min. "Obamacare." POLITICO. N.p., 4 Dec. 2013. Web. 08 Dec. 2013.
Klein, Ezra. "Obama Care's Real Promise." Wonkblog. Washington Post, 07 Dec. 2013.
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