Republicans Pass the People Killing Health Care Repeal Act

by Ben Hoffman

House Republicans passed the People Killing Health Care Repeal Act, which, if enacted, will result in the deaths of millions of people.

The health care bill that the House would repeal allows parents to keep children on their health plans until the age of 26, bars insurers from denying service due to preexisting conditions, expands Medicaid funding dramatically and extends coverage to some 30 million uninsured Americans by 2019.

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has made it more affordable for small businesses to provide health insurance to their employees, which means it promotes job creation for small businesses.

11 Comments to “Republicans Pass the People Killing Health Care Repeal Act”

  1. So have you looked up ADVERSE SELECTION yet?
    And where, pre tell, is the Trillion dollars for 2014-2020 coming from?? After all the fake bookeeping for the costs included 10 years in 6 years.
    And given that Medicare was 900% over projections after it’s first decade by 2020 where is the $9 trillion coming from??

  2. If it’s so affordable why are there 222 waivers for exemption companies and UNIONS from ObamaCare??

  3. How will repealing this result in millions of deaths? Were millions of people dying before this law? Are millions of people dying now because this law isn’t implemented yet? Hospitals don’t let people die because they don’t have insurance or can’t pay themselves, they are mandated by law to treat people into a stable condition (even if you are an illegal immigrant) and not let you die, no matter what. There are some good things about this law, but its clear the majority of the American people want repeal AND replace, please don’t jump on the Sheila Jackson Lee bandwagon of talking about people dying because this law is repealed. It clearly will not result in that. Please check out my blog @ Thanks!

    • [There are some good things about this law, but its clear the majority of the American people want repeal]

      That’s a lie. It’s about 50/50 right now. I’d bet that most people don’t even know what’s in the bill.

  4. Well you to cram it down their throats before they could find out what was in it! 🙂

  5. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 45% of Likely Voters say repealing last year’s health care law will do more to reduce the federal budget deficit than allowing the law to be fully implemented.

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  7. ObamaCare Waiver Update:
    HHS gave a waiver to Local 25 SEIU in Chicago with 31,000 enrollees on Oct. 1, 2010; to Local 1199 SEIU Greater New York Benefit Fund with 4,544 enrollees on Oct. 10, 2010; and to the SEIU Local 1 Cleveland Welfare Fund with 520 enrollees on Nov. 15, 2010.
    So far, the Obama administration has issued waivers to 222 entities, including businesses, unions and charitable organizations. Of that total, 45 were labor organizations.
    A total of 1,507,418 enrollees are now included in the waivers. More than one-third — 512,315 – of the enrollees affected were insured by union health plans.
    SEIU Local 1199’s health plan put a $50,000 cap on medical expenses for its New Jersey nursing home workers, according to 1199 SEIU spokeswoman Leah Gonzalez. That’s $700,000 under the 2011 limit stipulated by HHS regulations.
    I’ll say it again, if it’s so great why do they need waivers??
    It’s the SEI FU!
    The SEIU’s Committee on Political Education made $27,829,845.91 in independent expenditures on Obama’s presidential campaign in 2008. (CNS)
    And I’m sure this had nothing to do with it! It was just a return on their “Investment”.

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