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And once again Carol, you're spewing your own ignorant hate filled opinion without even a scintilla of evidence to back it up.
Yes the website is a mess but it's being worked on . States who set up their own exchanges like Kentucky are doing fine.
As for people receiving cancelation notices, let's take a closer look at why that's happening . There's a lawsuit being filed against Anthem Blue Cross that illustrates this rather well.
Throughout the entire "If you like your insurance, you can keep it" media debacle, insurers have escaped scrutiny, even when some responsible media outlets are actively debunking claims made all over Fox News.
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You're full of crap again Carol! Only three of the proposals in the Contract with America were signed by Clinton. Three were successfully vetoed by him with one veto being overridden. One proposal, the line item veto was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. So in all only three proposals ever made it into law.
Clintonís major contribution was pushing through the 1993 budget bill, which began to reduce what had become a chronic string of federal deficits. Republicans denounced it as the "largest tax increase in history," though in fact it was not a record and also contained some cuts in projected spending. Republican Rep. Newt Gingrich predicted: "The tax increase will kill jobs and lead to a recession, and the recession will force people off of work and onto unemployment and will actually increase the deficit." But just the opposite happened. Fears of inflation waned and interest rates fell, making money cheaper to borrow for homes, cars and investment. What had been a slow economic recovery turned into a roaring boom, bringing in so much unanticipated tax revenue from rising incomes and stock-market gains that the government actually was running record surpluses by the time Clinton left office.
You were a history teacher? Really?
I didn't see anything in your post about Clinton threatening to veto the budgets over welfare reform, then caving to the Republican budgets when the entire country thought he was an idiot, and the 1994 elections were a very predictable slaughter. Also, that was the year of HillaryCare and the Jocylyn Elders clown act. That was also the year of the Samalis made Clinton look like an ignorant buffoon.
That was also the years Clinton's idiocy caused the sitting Speaker of the House to lose the election in his district for the first time in the history of the United States.
You really need a history lesson. You don't know shit about American history.