Letters to the editor, October 22

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Obamacare problems

Obamacare is already spiking young people’s health insurance costs. According to the AAF, premiums increased up to 260 percent on average. Premium increases vary by state. The biggest increase is in Vermont, where young people are facing a 600 percent increase in costs. (Daily Caller)

The IBD/TIPP poll suggests millions of households have lost jobs or had hours cut due to Obamacare, particularly low-income households. (Investor’s Business Daily)

Some democrats have also said “I see a huge train wreck coming,” concerning Obamacare.

Obamacare will put most of the burden on low- and middle-income families, the people who are struggling the most.

I have personally seen our medical costs and health insurance rise as well as our deductible.

If Obamacare was really good, then why did thousands of Obama’s friends and corporate friends request and get an exemption from Obamacare?

Why won’t Obama and Democrats at least give a year delay to individuals like they did for their corporate friends?

Obama with his IRS are so fixated on forcing America into a socialist system. He was never concerned about the American people — he has been lying to us from the beginning.

Families cannot afford Obama’s Affordable Care Act, which is full of new taxes and fees.

Not to mention, is the Obamacare site even operational?

I am so proud of Republican Sen. Ted Cruz for taking the lead and standing up for the American people and not giving into what seems more like a shakedown than health care.

Amy Mach

Denton


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