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MOONEY: Obamacare has inflicted ‘uncertainty’ on America.

Jon Conradi

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WASHINGTON, DC –— Today, Republican Congressman Alex X. Mooney (WV) issued the following statement after the Supreme Court ruled in the case of King v. Burwell:

““Today’’s Supreme Court decision is yet another reminder of the uncertainty that Obamacare has inflicted on our nation’s healthcare system. This could have been a real opportunity to rework our healthcare system to focus on patient centered policies and reforms. I will continue to support legislation that helps lower healthcare costs and removes the federal government from being in-between doctors and their patients”.”

Mooney represents West Virginia’s second congressional district.

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John McCain, Maverick or Liar?

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WRITTEN BY: GEORGE LUJACK

maverick:
a lone dissenter, as an intellectual, an artist, or a politician, who takes an independent stand apart from his or her associates.

liar:
a person who tells lies (makes false statements with deliberate intent to deceive).


McCain, when appearing before a conservative audience gathered at a rally for his 2010 senate reelection campaign, repeatedly called to “Repeal and replace” Obamacare. On July 28, 2017, when it came time to act and repeal Obamacare, McCain voted with a thumbs down “No” on the senate floor.

I do my job as a senator,” said McCain, who further stated that he voted against the Obamacare repeal bill “because I thought it was the right vote.” – Sen. John McCain

A maverick, such as a conscientious objector, takes an independent stance when moved by conscience, morals, or principles. A lying hypocrite takes a stance against his or her own stated position and word. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is a liar.

A 2005 University of Southern California study found evidence of brain abnormalities in pathological liars. John McCain has brain cancer and recently had an aggressive brain tumor surgically removed. Coincidence? Or is John McCain’s brain cancer the result of a lifelong liar culminating as a lying career politician?

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Is Obamacare Better Than Nothing?

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Recently Senator Ted Cruz announced that he will soon access the ACA for his family’s medical coverage. He stated, “It’s better than nothing.”

Pretty much everyone has an opinion on why Cruz chose to do this. Some are calling him hypocritical for using this source in light of his promise that, if elected to the presidency, he would immediately repeal the entire healthcare law. I have the opposite reaction.

This man is a Saint! He is willing to place his closest loved ones in the same precarious position that millions of Americans find themselves forced into, that is being dependent on the government for healthcare.

The Cruz family has been fully insured through Mrs. Cruz’s employment at Goldman Sachs. That coverage will be lost when she takes a leave of absence to assist in Ted’s run for the presidency. The Cruz’s have numerous options for quality medical coverage through private insurance companies, affordable on Ted’s salary as a Senator. And yet, they have decided to be an example to the nation. This is a dangerous choice. But running for President of the United States is too!

Relying on the government for healthcare is very close to having no insurance at all. No doubt the Cruz family will pay the highest possible premiums, be placed in a category with enormous deductions, and possibly lose access to their prefered doctors. Very arguably, the family would have more freedom, and likely spend less, if they were permitted to “self-insure”…which would be contrary to Obama’s mandate and punishable by a fine in America today!

In light of these facts, I’m not so sure Ted Cruz was correct when he stated the ACA was “better than nothing.” New evidence is suggesting that “nothing” may actually be better and more affordable than Obamacare!

“To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul. O my God, in you I trust; let me not be put to shame; let not my enemies exult over me. Indeed, none who wait for you shall be put to shame…” (Psalm 25:1-3/ESV)

The purpose of this blog is to encourage Christ-followers to see God’s Big Picture and be a part of it. Adonai Eloheinu!

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ObamaCare Enrollees Told to Change Passwords After 'Heartbleed' Hack Review

Obamacare enrollees who have accounts on the Obamacare website are now being told to change their passwords after an administration-wide review of the site’s vulnerability to the disasterous Heartbleed Internet security flaw

Caiden Cowger

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The ‘Heartbleed’ flaw allows hackers to steal users private information, though it is believed to be undiscovered. The key word is believe.

Obama announced this week that over 8 million people had enrolled in affordable care act, and I’m guessing that the overwhelming majority of them have accounts. Come to your own conclusion.

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