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Published: Sunday, June 8 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

Updated: Saturday, June 7 2014 10:33 p.m. MDT

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LOU Montana
Pueblo, CO

If you want a hard lesion in healthcare then get diagnosed with cancer prior to Obamacare.
You will give up both of your 401k's and your investment properties and that is if you have GOOD INSURANCE!

I survived cancer and had I been treated during the Obama administration I would still have my retirement plans.

People, read and study Obamacare before you listen to the haters! It will save your home and retirement.

HaHaHaHa
Othello, WA

Fascinating what bho excuse makers come up with after the fact! According to this constitutional expert, it sounds like we can just pass some loosely thrown together line item veto legislation for the next GOP candidate to legally and morally rewrite the way he sees fit.

Sven
Morgan, UT

LOU Montana said:

"If you want a hard lesion in healthcare then get diagnosed with cancer prior to Obamacare.
You will give up both of your 401k's and your investment properties and that is if you have GOOD INSURANCE!"

I survived cancer and had I been treated during the Obama administration I would still have my retirement plans."

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Okay Lou, so it kind of sounds like you're saying, time is of the essence. We need Obamacare now! Right? So let me ask you, if Obamacare is so wonderful, so desperately needed, and would keep good people like you from dipping into your 401(k) and other retirement funds due to a catastrophic illness, why does Obama keep delaying key provisions of Obamacare? Why has Obama delayed the "Employer Mandate" portion of Obamacare until 2016, when the majority of Americans get their insurance through their employers? I'll wager there are many others who've also been diagnosed with cancer.

Lou it really doesn’t make any sense that Obama keeps delaying key provisions of his own law if it’s so needed, and is such a great success. It's the law of the land! Waiting until 2016...hmmm?

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