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    Posted October 4, 2012 by
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    ObamaCare "Hurts" Americans, it doesn't "Help"..

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     DaElmersBack told me, 'I came home from work last night and watched the debate on my DVR, afterwards I realized I had missed the first 40 minutes or so but I had seen enough by then. All I kept hearing was President Obama talking about how ObamaCare would "help" people.. That may be true for some, but for many more it is "hurting" them.. This will hurt me.'
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    Under President Obama's plan all Americans MUST have health insurance or they will be fined. How does this "Help" Americans? He keeps talking about those with pre-existing conditions and others who can't get it.. But what about Americans like myself? I want insurance just like the next guy BUT the reality is - I Can't Afford It!

     

    Gas Prices have doubled in 4 years, groceries are shooting up.. Even the restaurants have increased their prices. Yet minimum wage is still keeping people in poverty. President Obama ANGERS ME when he keeps talking about "Helping".. He is actually "Hurting" US.

     

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