ObamaCare: The Enron of healthcare

People should be in JAIL over ObamaCare!

What Gruber exposed about the “crafting” of the ObamaCare lie is, as Katie Pavlich put it recently, tantamount to a corporation lying about a product it sells.

Katie rightfully said that a CEO would go to jail for what Obama did. So why isn’t Obama in jail?

ObamaCare is the Enron of healthcare. ObamaCare pretends to do positive things, but in fact it is smoke and mirrors intended to enrich a small few.

A new survey finds that approval of ObamaCare is lower than ever before, and that’s saying something. ObamaCare has NEVER had the overwhelming support of the American public.

That said, only 37 percent of Americans approve of the ObamaCare, according to a new survey from Gallup.

The previous low was in January, when 38 percent said they approved of the law. At that time, the White House was still recovering from the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov, the website where consumers could search for health insurance plans.

Gallup found that approval of the law splits radically along party lines. What this means is “stupid” Democrats would have voted to allow Obama to continue to run Enron, even after discovering that Ken Lay was cooking the books.

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