Sounds just like dear leader having a cow over his putter gone mia.
So, let me get this straight. Ms. Pineman (the subject of this New York Times article) is a loyal Obama voter and Obamacare supporter. So, she accepted the following:
- That her plan – which she liked – would go away. Despite being told – explicitly – that if she liked her plan, she could keep her plan.
- That her new plan would not pay for her favored doctor. Despite being told – explicitly – that if she liked her doctor, she could keep her doctor.
- That her premiums would be going up. Despite being told – explicitly – that her costs would go down.
- That her networks would shrink. Despite being told – explicitly – that the quality of her coverage would not suffer.
- That her co-pay for an emergency room visit went through the roof. No explicit promise that I can remember on this one, but it’s always fun to watch an Obamacare supporter discover this particular wrinkle.
So our loyal Obamacare supporter and Obama voter accepted all of this. This wasn’t enough to set her off. But being asked to drive 14 miles did:
via How to get Obamacare supporters upset about Obamacare: personally inconvenience them.. Did you really think that these entitled to you and me paying for their healthcare services types would behave any other way?