SOLUTION: Full Repeal of Obamacare’s Title 1 regulations, mandates, and taxes

SOLUTION: Full Repeal of Obamacare’s Title 1 regulations, mandates, and taxes

We Say: Here are just a few of the injuries Obamacare has inflicted on the American people and why it must be fully repealed:

  • 5,000,000 of us have lost our insurance plans

Many people can no longer use their insurance, because:

  • Average deductibles are now $12,000
  • Premiums have increased 25%
  • 70% of counties have NO CHOICE of insurance providers
  • 80% of Obamacare Co-Ops have failed at a cost of $1.9 billion
  • Medicaid spending has increased $1 trillion
  • 6.5 million Americans have had to pay penalties
    SOLUTION: Full Repeal of ObamaCare’s Title 1 regulations, mandates, and taxes.

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  1. RISING COSTS: Instead of lowering premiums by $2,500 a family, Obamacare has increased premiums by double digits and raised deductibles. The average 2017 deductible for a bronze family plan is now $12,393.
  2. NO CHOICE OR COMPETITION: Health insurance companies are dropping out of the market at an alarming pace potentially causing a death spiral. 70 percent of U.S. counties have only one or two insurers offering coverage.
  3. TAXES: Obamacare increased taxes on American families and businesses by $1 trillion. Repealing Obamacare would serve as a much needed tax cut.
  4. JOBS: CBO estimated Obamacare will reduce the equivalent of 2.5 million full-time jobs. Repealing Obamacare will incentivize people to work again and empower small businesses to hire again.
  5. POOR QUALITY OF CARE: Obamacare increased Medicaid recipients by 13.8 million, but studies show Medicaid patients have less access to care, longer hospital stays and higher mortality rates than the privately insured.
  6. BROKEN PROMISE: Former President Obama broke his promise to nearly 5 million Americans that if you like your health care plan you could keep it.
  7. FAILED IMPACT: Instead of covering the 30 million Americans who did not have health insurance, Obamacare has increased private-sector coverage by only 2.7 million. Total Obamacare exchange enrollment is half of what the government projected.
  8. PUBLIC TRUST: 72 percent of Americans will take the promises of Congress less seriously if they wait to fulfill their promise to repeal Obamacare.
  9. CHANCE OF SUCCESS: 70 percent of Americans believe the longer Congress waits to fulfill their promises to repeal Obamacare, the less likely they will be successful.
  10. DELAYS OTHER PRIORITIES: Congress can’t tackle other priorities until Obamacare is repealed

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