Obama's "Success Story" Woman Repriced Out Of Obamacare

Tyler Durden's picture

Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

Meet Jessica Sanford. Upon the rollout of Obamacare she was 1 of maybe 5 people in the entire nation who was able to access the website and actually sign up through one of the state exchanges. In her case, it was the Washington exchange.

She was so thrilled about her purchase that she wrote a letter to President Barrack Obama expressing her undying gratitude.

Since her letter was quite possibly the only positive letter the Administration received, the President proudly read it aloud during his Obamacare speech on October 21st.

The only problem is that a few days later she was repriced out of Obamacare. So she’s now uninsured again…

 

 

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TruthInSunshine's picture

Janet smiled so wide & bright that day, it warmed my heart.

But he'll make it up to her with an ObamaMortgage & ObamPhone, you know.

Don't you worry, Jessica. Nancy Pelosi & Janet BernYellen have your back, too.

Because Obama...

Dear Infinity's picture

I reflect this question to Monsignor QE, who will make all right as rain.

TruthInSunshine's picture

Jessica smiled so wide & bright that day, not Janet.

Sorry for that mix up, Jessica. I hope you find some health insurance that you are able to afford, and that actually offers decent coverage (seriously).

wee-weed up's picture

Obama lied... Health care died.

Big Corked Boots's picture

Kill 0bamacare - before it kills you.

DoChenRollingBearing's picture

Yes, + 1.  Jessica Sanford is but one of many victims, with many more to come.  Yet, she and the D-Team voted for it.  

Obamacare has been a disaster from the day it passed Supreme Court muster.

"How's that Obamacare Working Out for you?"

http://tinyurl.com/m9trlj5

 

flacon's picture

"Obamacare failed because it wasn't big enough or costly enough. Next time it will be orders of magnitude bigger and thousands of trillions of dollars more expensive. 'FREE' really can be legislated. "~ Krugman-Pelosi

The Phu's picture

I can tell you this much: the difference between Pelosi and Krugman is that auntie nancy has a bigger prick!!! All the more for America to choke on!!!

TruthInSunshine's picture

"Her name was Jessica Sanford."

zhandax's picture

You didn't listen to the video.  It's 'an optics issue'.  Who cares that the bulk of 'mericans are being kicked to the curb? 

nmewn's picture

Can people with a fair conscience, finally acknowledge now, that these "hostage taking, gun-to-the-head, anarchist, terrist types (Ted Cruz-Mike Lee-Rand Paul etc)...were 100% correct and were not lying about the scope of this tragedy?

It was all so unnecessary...the theft, the bribery, the loss of liberty, the coersion, the angst, the lobbyists, the ill will, the division, the insurance companies reaping fortunes, the politicians lies, the contortion of law & justice.

What is necessary now is repeal it and hold everyone who ever supported this POS personally accountable for what they've done.

GetZeeGold's picture

 

 

 

Janet got Cloward and Pivened.....with a dash of Saul Alinsky.

 

Someone had to die for the revolution.....guess that's you Janet.

 

The death panel has spoken.

SWRichmond's picture

Forgive me for noticing the "I'm special and I deserve better since Obama quoted me" piece of the video. 

Bitch thought she could get "insurance" with a "subsidy" (gun to MY head) just by voting.

The "soft force" of the tax and enforcement agencies is becoming less and less soft and more and more forceful.  These people who use their vote to enhance their lifestyles are robbers with guns.

johnQpublic's picture

you want sumthin for nuthin?

call Dominoes

they deliver

Truthseeker2's picture
Obamacare: Ongoing Disaster With No End In Sight

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http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=2294

 

"Obamacare (also known as the ‘Affordable’ Care Act or ACA) has proven to be the most disastrous piece of legislation in American history, bar none. And it just keeps getting worse. Yes, worse, even when you thought that they couldn’t “sink the Titanic a second time”."

superflex's picture

Suck it, Bitch! You voted for this fucking fiacso.

Karma

StandardDeviant's picture

Well put.  Just look at the state-sponsored looting in Venezuela to see exactly where this leads.

imapopulistnow's picture

First Obamaphones.  Next up will be Obamaflatscreens.

piceridu's picture

Isn't democracy grand? 

kralizec's picture

The settling of accounts is coming.

VD's picture

when looking at shit through shit-tinted glasses is an 'optics problem'.

zhandax's picture

Just in case you thought I forgot about you VD, Fuck You.

Richard Chesler's picture

Don't worry, there are plenty other banana republics out there with better health care.

Deo vindice's picture

You know, this whole story is being argued and debated at the wrong level.

When did it ever become the state's business to care for and regulate my health? When?

I don't recall ever giving that personal right to anybody.

Even much of the private insurance is a joke. I have certain inalienable rights from the Creator.

One of them is to take personal responsibility for my health and that of my family.

RichardP's picture

When did it ever become the state's business to care for and regulate my health?

When you became seriously injured and had no health insurance and the State had to decide whether to pay to fix you up or simply let you die.

Eventually, the State got tired of patching you up on their (the taxpayer's) dime and decided it might make sense to force you to pay for your own patching up.

The idea is a good one.  It's the implementation that stinks.

Hobbleknee's picture

No, it actually started when FDR implemented wage controls, and employers offered health-insurance packages as benefits, to offset the ceiling FDR put on wages.  It snowballed from there.

GetZeeGold's picture

 

 

Paul Revere's ride was all about wickedly expensive socialist healthcare....and that's why it got written into the good and plenty clause of the constitution.

 

It's the implementation that stinks.

So the grand experiment devised by a handful of radicals failed? 

Yeah....totally didn't see it coming.

Professorlocknload's picture

"The idea is a good one.  It's the implementation that stinks."

Socialism explained in two sentences.

daemon's picture

" Socialism explained in two sentences. "

Oversimplification explained in one sentence .

new game's picture

never was the states concern. opt out and SHUT UP!

dumby the fuck up...

pleb

daemon's picture

Of course, King Louie .

StandardDeviant's picture

No, The idea is a terrible one, no matter how it's implemented.

Oracle of Kypseli's picture

I beg to differ RichardP, in all due respect

The state should stay out of this. It is the hospitals and the doctors as well as charitable organizations who do pro bono work for those who can not afford it. It works in many countries and could work in your country. But NOOO! Politicians want to control everything.

The state has no emotions people do. The state executes people and forces colonoscopies without your consent.

zhandax's picture

Translate that into dumbass for the trolls.

g speed's picture

not possible---it would require a f/disk, shut down and restart/reboot with totaly new program software--- I don't think the deleate or the shut down would be a problem for most on here--it's the reboot that would make you think if it's worth it. 

MisterMousePotato's picture

Sorry to differ, Orc, but, in fact, one gives implied consent for forced colonoscopies if one parks illegally when one applies for a driver's license. Along with forced, oh, I dunno? Exploratory surgery? Maybe removal and sale of a kidney or cornea? Yeah. That's the ticket! Yes, Your Honor. He was blinking or looking at me funny when I stopped him, so we took him to the hospital to inspect his eyeball for drugs.

Folks ... I think I just solved America's funding problems.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/06/justice/new-mexico-search-lawsuit/

FeralSerf's picture

"When did it ever become the state's business to care for and regulate my health? When?"

1789 apparently.

"We the People of the United States, in Order to . . . promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

Although Dubya claimed it's just a goddamn piece of paper.

Would you prefer that people with infectious diseases remain untreated and transfer their diseases to the public at large (including you)?

Chuck Walla's picture

Before the election, Jessica, you were a useful idiot. Now, you're just an idiot. And you didn't even get a reach around!

FORWARD DEATH PANELS!

SilverIsKing's picture

Yeah, she deserves what she got..

flacon's picture

You're so cruel. Nobody could have know'd.  /sarc

Chaos_Theory's picture

She and all her fellow travellers deserve to be the recipients of other Obama voters "Knockout Game" sucker punches.  It's who and what they voted for...reap the whirlwind f-ckers.

j0nx's picture

Yeah it's hard to claim someone as a victim when they willingly asked for it. Retard, sycophant, shouldaknownbetter, are some words that come to mind. George Carlin had it right when he said the problem is not the politicians, it's the system and ultimately the person in the mirror. Americans deserve EVERYTHING that's headed their way. Sad thing to say but 100% trufe.

lakecity55's picture

Well, you may actually be able to get some kind of healthcare in Cuba, unlike the near future USSA.

Maybe I should query Fidel.

Ignatius's picture

Yes, the "Cuba Health Plan"

The Cuba car-plane-cab-boat-cab health plan.

Can Cuba get this plan registered under ObummerCare?

Miffed Microbiologist's picture

Yes, I am a woman,I do not vote and haven't for many years. I recognized it as a farcical endeavor long ago. May be you might follow my lead.

Miffed;-)

cbxer55's picture

Congrats. I'll probably skip the next round. Doesn't matter who you vote for, they're all losers.

Great comeback, btw! ;-)