President Obama, during his inauguration, pledged to the nation that his administration would be completely transparent. But never did I ever think he would be so transparent that we can see right through him. Where is his heart and backbone needed to defend Obamacare against the onslaught of Republicans and other pundits?
Why hasn’t at least one person with a bad policy been asked to tell his or her story? Just as millions of cancellation notices have been mailed, I’m sure thousands of recipients weren’t upset, especially knowing eventually the computers will be fixed.
Had Moses listened to the people, he would have never led them to the Promised Land and surely if Lincoln hadn’t persevered, the Thirteenth Amendment may not have been. If Obamacare isn’t good enough for five percent of the people holding bad policies, then it surely can’t be good for the other 95 percent.
John Johnson III, Miramar