Video: Obamacare exchanges an "embarr...

Video: Obamacare exchanges an "embarrassment," Cuccinelli says

There are 123 comments on the CBS News story from Oct 19, 2013, titled Video: Obamacare exchanges an "embarrassment," Cuccinelli says. In it, CBS News reports that:

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, also the Republican candidate for governor in the commonwealth, criticizes President Obama's healthcare law in the weekly GOP address.

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#120 Oct 22, 2013
Dear Topix: Please remove that dating site with the ugly chick sticking her fat ass in my face!! Its making my eyes bleed!!
spud

Blakeslee, PA

#123 Oct 23, 2013
The way they are trying to implement these exchanges reminds me of when we used to invent a new game when we were kids. We just made the rules up as we went along. At this point, I think it's pretty safe to say that this administration has no clue on how to run their signature program. I'm not excusing those Republicans that voted for this insanity either.
spud

Blakeslee, PA

#124 Oct 23, 2013
alan wrote:
<quoted text>imagine how great you would feel if you took your head out of your ass?
Right there is an example of some good affordable healthcare advice. This Obamacare fiasco should have consulted you first.
spud

Blakeslee, PA

#125 Oct 23, 2013
WDRussell wrote:
That is the same Ken Cuccinelli, who wants to make it a state crime for married couples to have oral sex in the privacy of their own homes.
That accusation was totally debunked. He was trying to use that statute to prosecute child abusers. The sleazy Democratic party even pulled the campaign posters accusing him of this. If Cuccinelli were as classless as his Democratic opponent, he would have put posters up saying his opponent was in favor of child abuse. Nice try twisty.
incredulous

Carmel, IN

#126 Oct 23, 2013
spud wrote:
The way they are trying to implement these exchanges reminds me of when we used to invent a new game when we were kids. We just made the rules up as we went along. At this point, I think it's pretty safe to say that this administration has no clue on how to run their signature program. I'm not excusing those Republicans that voted for this insanity either.
And thanks to that scumbag of the century......some group plans will dissolve due to the the additional taxing from that pos oscumma. Yup, now people ARE getting forced off their group plans because of this tyrant bastard! What's more, they are being forced to a plan that is beyond the shittest anyone could have imagined. No wonder those scabs in Washington wrote a waiver for themselves.
Cat74

United States

#128 Oct 24, 2013
Sorry, Spud, but not one Republican voted for Obamacare. It belongs to the Democrats forever, and always.
spud

Blakeslee, PA

#129 Oct 24, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Sorry, Spud, but not one Republican voted for Obamacare. It belongs to the Democrats forever, and always.
I knew that. I was just trying to get a little dig in on the self proclaimed 'enlightened party'.
Cat74

United States

#130 Oct 24, 2013
Good one!!!
Cat74

United States

#132 Oct 25, 2013
It will climb to 87%, then stop. Most every one in the country is affected by the incompetence of this Administration. Some Democrats are beginning to face the problem, and fall back from Obama, and his 40 thieves, and their failed leadership. By the end of his 2nd term, he will wish he had approval ratings as high as George Bush had at the end of his,
CBOW

Dover, PA

#133 Oct 25, 2013
There are less people covered under health insurance now that before Odumbocare was signed into law. The Affordable Care Act was signed by President Obama in 2010 and since then he has repeated one reassuring phrase: "If you like your insurance plan you will keep it. No one will be able to take that away from you. It hasn't happened yet. It won't happen in the future."

But it is happening. The president's health care law raises the standards for insurance policies, which many consider to be a good thing. But hundreds of thousands of Americans whose policies don't meet the new standards are being told that their health plans are being cancelled.

Natalie Willes is a sleep consultant who helps parents in Los Angeles train their newborns to sleep. She buys her own health insurance.

Natalie Willes
/ CBS News

"I was completely happy with the insurance I had before," Willes said.

So she was surprised when she tried to renew her policy. What did she find out?

"That my insurance was going to be completely different, and they were going to be replaced with 10 new plans that were going to fall under the regulations of the Affordable Care Act," she said.

Her insurer, Kaiser Permanente, is terminating policies for 160,000 people in California and presenting them with new plans that comply with the healthcare law.

"Before I had a plan that I had a $1,500 deductible," she said. "I paid $199 dollars a month. The most similar plan that I would have available to me would be $278 a month. My deductible would be $6,500 dollars, and all of my care after that point would only be covered 70 percent."
Cat74

United States

#134 Oct 25, 2013
You stupid, stupid, people. You believed a man who lied to you for years. Now you have no insurance, or insurance you cannot afford. Now only the Republicans that you hate can save your old insurance with new legislation. Call them and tell them how sorry you were to vote in more incompetent people.
incredulous

Carmel, IN

#135 Oct 25, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
It will climb to 87%, then stop. Most every one in the country is affected by the incompetence of this Administration. Some Democrats are beginning to face the problem, and fall back from Obama, and his 40 thieves, and their failed leadership. By the end of his 2nd term, he will wish he had approval ratings as high as George Bush had at the end of his,
It won't matter because he won't be running again. The sheeple will pick another idiot because conservatives will be divided. There are the extreme social conservatives, liberatarians and country club Republicans. It's a diverse group but a group that will not be able to beat the libs. Conservatives will split...some will remain Republican and others will vote liberatarian. Republicans should bring the liberatarians into the fold, if they want to win. They need to back off big govt schemes and start doing something to reduce it. They need to quit focusing on the gays and abortion because it's no place for govt. to get involved. It's time to rebuild and dismantle the govt. Return more control to the state level and allow the people to be more responsible for themselves.

obama was re elected because of this division in the Republican party.
incredulous

Carmel, IN

#136 Oct 25, 2013
CBOW wrote:
There are less people covered under health insurance now that before Odumbocare was signed into law. The Affordable Care Act was signed by President Obama in 2010 and since then he has repeated one reassuring phrase: "If you like your insurance plan you will keep it. No one will be able to take that away from you. It hasn't happened yet. It won't happen in the future."
But it is happening. The president's health care law raises the standards for insurance policies, which many consider to be a good thing. But hundreds of thousands of Americans whose policies don't meet the new standards are being told that their health plans are being cancelled.
Natalie Willes is a sleep consultant who helps parents in Los Angeles train their newborns to sleep. She buys her own health insurance.
Natalie Willes
/ CBS News
"I was completely happy with the insurance I had before," Willes said.
So she was surprised when she tried to renew her policy. What did she find out?
"That my insurance was going to be completely different, and they were going to be replaced with 10 new plans that were going to fall under the regulations of the Affordable Care Act," she said.
Her insurer, Kaiser Permanente, is terminating policies for 160,000 people in California and presenting them with new plans that comply with the healthcare law.
"Before I had a plan that I had a $1,500 deductible," she said. "I paid $199 dollars a month. The most similar plan that I would have available to me would be $278 a month. My deductible would be $6,500 dollars, and all of my care after that point would only be covered 70 percent."
It's going to be worse than you think. Look at who is actually in the network, if they can give you a list. Chances are you won't find your doctor or hospital on the list. From what I've been told, providers on this list or not very good and the hospitals.......ug. There are some imagine a city with nearly two million people.....a city with six different hospital systems...probably more....and only ONE will be in the network! It is THE WORST in the city and known for it's errors and terrible patient care. Helllo.....obamacare! The delay is not going to be pretty because the taxes levied against private insurance is still going with a gusto which is prompting policies to cancel. What are people going to do when these policies cancel and there is no insurance to go to?
CBOW

Dover, PA

#137 Oct 25, 2013
During the House Energy & Commerce Committee Hearings yesterday, Ralph Hall (R-TX) speaking about the ACA, HHS regulations and the website... saying:

"How verbose is this. The Founding Fathers in 1776 declared their independence and the next year they wrote a Constitution that was 4500 words. This wording in here... these, the regulations NOT voted on by Congress, contains a massive 11 billion, 588 million words..."

There is one pledge that will be held to... Obama will collect his millions of dollars in fines and penalties whether the website is working or not. And not one single penny will go towards actual functioning healthcare for ANYONE!!!!!
fingiswold

Elizabethtown, KY

#139 Oct 26, 2013
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
<quoted text>
You're genetically inferior and a doper, which only makes the gene problem worse. You're probably a tri-breed Jehovah's Witness, who has a job transporting transfusion blood.
Insanity runs in your family. That's not a question.
fingiswold

Elizabethtown, KY

#140 Oct 26, 2013
CBOW wrote:
During the House Energy & Commerce Committee Hearings yesterday, Ralph Hall (R-TX) speaking about the ACA, HHS regulations and the website... saying:
"How verbose is this. The Founding Fathers in 1776 declared their independence and the next year they wrote a Constitution that was 4500 words. This wording in here... these, the regulations NOT voted on by Congress, contains a massive 11 billion, 588 million words..."
There is one pledge that will be held to... Obama will collect his millions of dollars in fines and penalties whether the website is working or not. And not one single penny will go towards actual functioning healthcare for ANYONE!!!!!
'bagger blather:'The Founding Fathers...blah, blah...Constitution...blah...1 776, blah, blah...regulations...blah, blah, blah.....'

Not one thing you say is true or makes sense.
fingiswold

Elizabethtown, KY

#141 Oct 26, 2013
incredulous wrote:
<quoted text>It's going to be worse than you think. Look at who is actually in the network, if they can give you a list. Chances are you won't find your doctor or hospital on the list. From what I've been told, providers on this list or not very good and the hospitals.......ug. There are some imagine a city with nearly two million people.....a city with six different hospital systems...probably more....and only ONE will be in the network! It is THE WORST in the city and known for it's errors and terrible patient care. Helllo.....obamacare! The delay is not going to be pretty because the taxes levied against private insurance is still going with a gusto which is prompting policies to cancel. What are people going to do when these policies cancel and there is no insurance to go to?
What're dumbasses like you going to do when it works and you discover that everything the Right told you was a LIE??
Sterkfontein Swartkrans

Doylestown, PA

#142 Oct 26, 2013
Jeff Brightone wrote:
The Obama Care health scam is pathetically dangerous to each and every American who will be left to cope with Obama death panels and with nothing more than nurses replacing doctors in providing pain killers that will replace medical treatment of our sick and elderly as Obama is making strands in sinking the American Titanic deeper in the water. Shutdown was good from the American people as Obama was not able to spend trillions of wasted dollars during the shutdown and sink the American Titanic deeper and deeper in the water. Ted Cruz is great American leader who needs to defeat first the same old sold out RINOs of the Senate led y McConnell , McCain , Alexander , Graham, Corker and other few that go shoulder to shoulder with the America- destroying Obama's socialistic agenda. Nevertheless, Ted Cruz can do it and capture the leadership of the GOP with the great support that he has all across America from patriotic Americans from all parties. The liberal media is deceiving the American fools telling them that GOP led Congress should be nothing but a rubber stamp to the socialistic tyrannical Messiah Obama who vowed to sink America like the Titanic by spend money on his liberal friends, buying votes of sick and poor people in America and across the border, make half of the Americans live like parasite on the back of hard working conservatives by not working and not paying taxes whatsoever. Obama spread money to his Mozlem Brother friends all over the world and release terrorists from prisons all over the world using our money to pay for his secret agenda. Time is running out for America to save the new Titanic called America from sinking while the American fools will discover soon that Obama was sinking America deep in the water since his first day in the White House only to build new world order on the ruins of America.
Still on drugs I see! Your incoherent rants are less than amusing!
drinK The hivE

New York, NY

#143 Oct 26, 2013
Cat74

United States

#144 Oct 27, 2013
The question is what are you going to do when you find out it can't be fixed, and the Republicans are elected in 2014 to give us all Healthcare reform? The same guy who told us Obamacare would be up, and tunning, Oct. 1st is in charge of fixing it. He is also an old college friend of Michelle's.
Can you say "politically Connected" and there were no bids given out for the job. Hmmmmm.

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