obama screws a few more million

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hes at it again

Melbourne, FL

#1 Feb 4, 2014
WASHINGTON—The Affordable Care Act is projected to reduce the number of full-time workers by roughly 2.3 million people through 2021 and insure 2 million fewer people this year than previously estimated, the Congressional Budget Office said Tuesday.

And lets not forget the 5.3 million that lost their health care this year.

Way to go buddy .

Twice as many people collecting food stamps also , way to go Obama .

I wonder how many he will screw total

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