Within hours, wheels fall off Obama’s insurance slapped together quick-fix

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“We will not be allowing insurance companies to extend their policies…”

In the wake of millions upon millions of Americans losing their health care insurance coverage due to mandates in the Affordable Care Act (aka: “ObamaCare“), Barack Obama announced he would change the law himself to fix the problem his signature legislation started to begin with. Yet within hours of his proclamation, health care insurance heavy hitters from Washington state to Washington, DC have hammered Obama’s decree, as reported by both The Seattle Times and also by the Reuters news service on Nov. 14, 2013.

While upwards of fifteen million fellow citizens have seen their privately purchased health care insurance cancelled due to their present policy not up to snuff with the requirements ordered upon all Americans, Obama stated today that he would order an Executive Branch “administrative fix” to the ACA law, thusly allowing health insurance companies to extend policies for individuals and families who have already received notices that their policies will be cancelled at the end of the year.

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