250K Virginians to Lose their Health Insurance Plans Thanks to Mark Warner & Obamacare

Every single one of these people who will be losing their health insurance plan in Virginia should rememeber at the ballot box this November that U.S. Senator Mark Warner echoed the claim that if you liked your health insurance that you could keep it under Obamacare and he was the deciding vote in the Senate for its passage. One more reason to vote for Ed Gillespie and get rid of Obama’s rubber stamp!

Prepare to receive a letter in the mail like this if you haven’t already…

health insurance letter


8 thoughts on “250K Virginians to Lose their Health Insurance Plans Thanks to Mark Warner & Obamacare

  1. Remember when Nancy Pelosi said about Obamacare:

    “We have to pass it, to find out what’s in it”

    Later, a physician called into a radio show and said:
    “That’s the definition of a stool sample”.

    I couldn’t have said it better.

  2. A Quarter of a Million Virginians Losing Their Healthcare Is Not a “Good Thing”

    Sterling, VA—The Comstock For Congress Campaign Released the Following statement following the news that 250,000 Virginians will lose their healthcare:

    “10th District Democrat candidate, John Foust, has said that Obamacare ‘clearly is a good thing’ and he would stand with Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats to keep this disastrous law in place.

    “Now we hear the terrible news that 250,000 Virginians will lose their healthcare plans by the end of the year, thanks to Obamacare. That is clearly not a good thing. Obamacare is not working for Virginians and for Americans all across the country who were told the Lie of the Year: ‘If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan.’

    “Sadly, thousands are losing their plans, facing skyrocketing premium costs and are being forced to change their doctor. John Foust doesn’t get it and will just be a rubber stamp for Nancy Pelosi who is bankrolling his campaign. We must repeal and replace Obamacare with patient centered reforms that put people back in charge of their own healthcare.” — Johanna Persing, Comstock for Congress, Communications Director.
    Background

    FOUST: Obamacare Is “Clearly Is A Good Thing.” “The Democrat was encouraged by one supporter ‘not to run away from’ the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. ‘[The Affordable Care Act] clearly is a good thing,’ Foust said. ‘The rollout was bad, and if there are issues with the act, then we should [fix them]. But fundamentally, the Affordable Care Act took our health care decisions away from insurance companies.’” (Trevor Baratko, “Democratic congressional candidate, Foust, lands in Loudoun,” Loudoun Times, 4/8/14)

    250,000 Virginians To Receive Health Insurance Cancellation Notices. “As if Virginians haven’t had enough bad news lately, another quarter of a million people in the commonwealth will likely lose theirhealth insurance plans by the end of the year. Virginia’s Health Insurance Reform Commission learned Wednesday that 250,000 Virginians will receive notices their health insurance plans are being canceled as a result of the Affordable Care Act. That’s in addition to the thousands of Virginians who had already been notified over the last year their plans are no longer compliant with President Obama’s signature health care law.” (Kathryn Watson, “250,000 Virginians To Receive Health Insurance Cancellation Notices,” Watchdog.org, 9/11/14)

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