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Obama says 'nowhere to go but up' after HealthCare.gov debacle

There are 44 comments on the Yahoo! story from Nov 29, 2013, titled Obama says 'nowhere to go but up' after HealthCare.gov debacle. In it, Yahoo! reports that:

President Barack Obama's popularity has taken a beating over the botched October 1 launch of Obamacare, but in a television interview set to air on Friday, Obama said he believes Americans eventually will appreciate his signature healthcare reform.

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Cat74

Downers Grove, IL

#54 Dec 5, 2013
70% of the Doctors, and Hospitals in California will not sign on to the scam. People are not as stupid as the Democrats, and their lo info voters think they are, and the young generation is also backing away from the Obamascam. Without them there is no Obamascam.
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Cat74

Downers Grove, IL

#56 Dec 5, 2013
So today 50,000 people signed up for Internet Gambling in N J, and 741 people tried to sign up for Obamascam in N J. Makes you wonder, doesn't it? Why didn't we hire the people who created Internet Gambling in N J instead of an old friend of Michelle's to set up Obamascam?
News from Texas

Dawson Springs, KY

#57 Dec 15, 2013
Urban Leage 'navigators'(who were getting paid by a federal government grant) have been caught on hidden camera telling people how to defraud the taxpayer by lying on their Obamacare insurance applications:

http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Undercover-C...

I'm betting this is only the tip of the iceberg.
News from Kentucky

Dawson Springs, KY

#58 Dec 15, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
70% of the Doctors, and Hospitals in California will not sign on to the scam. People are not as stupid as the Democrats, and their lo info voters think they are, and the young generation is also backing away from the Obamascam. Without them there is no Obamascam.
Here in Kentucky our state operated Obamacare website is touted as the "Gold Standard" but if that is true, I'd hate to see a really bad one.

The exchange has only one company and it offers just 3 policies. Only one, the most expensive, allows you to use out of state doctors and hospitals. Problem is, the medical institutions in western and south-central Kentucky are oriented toward the major medical centers in Nashville, Tennessee, which are only 60 miles away. Lextington is 200 or so miles away.

The Kentucky site has sighed up something like 60,000 people, but what is not being told is that 90 percent of them sighed up for the expanded Medicaid. The state's help line is oriented toward those people. It has no help for working people. Of the few who have signed up for insurance that they have to pay, 90 percent are between the ages of 55 and 64. Young people are opting to go without and pay the fine.

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