He has a family of two kids and lives in New Jersey. I kind of think he represents a whole class of people who would have otherwise be inclined to vote (D).
This is a disaster not just for him for an awful lot of Americans.
Otherwise, why would Obama unilaterally delay it's implementation?
The Democrats don't want an unfair advantage in the mid-terms by having another 50+ million people getting cancellation notices just before the election. If the notices went out, as per the law, they'd all sign up for Obamacare and save $2,500 per family.
Obamacare is such a great thing. Delaying implementation for businesses is hurting real people out there, but leveling the playing field so the Dems don't have such a great advantage is a noble thing. Yeah. That's the ticket.
Spoke with a close friend (Dem) at a gathering today.
His premiums have gone up $600 per month, his coverage has dropped "a lot" and he has a $5,000 deductible. His opinion of O-care? It's a disaster for the midterms.
Own it people.
He can keep his old policy.
Hmmm. I think I've heard that line before....somewhere.