Private Sector vs Obamacare

Sharing the content and videos from an email from gop.com and the RNC – the videos are humorous but the situation really is not funny at all.

~*~ Email from Gop.com ~*~

When Obama repeatedly promised, “If you like your insurance plan, you will keep it,” he blatantly lied to the American People.

Yesterday, a report surfaced that the Obama Administration has known since 2010 that millions of Americans who like their health insurance will not be able to keep their plans under ObamaCare.

For years, Republicans have warned Americans about this. And today more than 2 million of Americans are seeing the truth — in the form of cancellation notices from their insurers.

Millions more can expect to receive cancellation notices soon — and they’ll be forced to buy more expensive policies if they want to keep similar coverage.

As a California woman said, ObamaCare’s “forcing you to walk the plank,” after her current policy was canceled and a similar plan would cost her almost double what she used to pay.

Clearly, the bureaucratic government shouldn’t be in the business of managing Americans’ health care.

That’s why the RNC just launched “I’m ObamaCare,” a clever four-part video series, to expose the deep flaws of ObamaCare.

Featuring two characters, “The Private Sector” and “ObamaCare,” the videos illustrate the enormous gap between the government and the private sector when it comes to customer service, ease of use and quality of care.

These flaws — technical, managerial and otherwise — would not be tolerated in the private sector. That’s why we need to work together to defeat this disastrous government-takeover of our health care.

Check out these must-see “I’m ObamaCare” videos on our website ObamaCareCosts.org today.

Source – http://obamacosts.gop.com/video/rnc-unveils-new-web-series-im-obamacare/

 

 

 

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