As expected, yet another company has left the Affordable Care Act health insurance exchange. Aetna announced recently that it will be withdrawing from three-quarters of the states where it offers Affordable Care Act exchange plans. This decision comes after Aetna reported losses of $200 million in the second quarter.
As Aetna follows in the footsteps of other major insurance providers like Humana and UnitedHealth, the American people are the one who suffer.
Obamacare isn’t a “public option”, it’s socialized medicine, plain and simple. It’s failure is just another example why socialism doesn’t work.
The administration will scramble to find positive talking points about Obamacare and will be quick to attack health insurance companies, while ignoring the negative effects of the plan on Americans.
It’s time for the left to learn from this real-life example that socialism doesn’t work, and that any more will lead to further hardships.
I will continue to fight against this blatant government overreach and I pledge to do everything in my power to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Recently a Democrat has announced his plans to run against me.
He is an interesting choice: he is from Pennsylvania and he’s worked in the Obama Administration as an aide to Vice President Joe Biden for nearly six years. His resume screams Washington Insider.
I suppose it would be possible to come up with a candidate or a set of principles that is more out of touch with South Carolina, but you’d have to work to do so.
I am taking this challenger and election seriously. Why? Because I take the future of this country very seriously.
Please join me by volunteering or making a donation.
Barack Obama plans to illegally transfer Guantanamo Bay detainees to prisons and communities across the United States.
This is unacceptable.
The President needs to hear the collective voice of the American people. The American people do not want these dangerous detainees brought to U.S. soil.
Please sign our petition and make your voice heard.
I joined Bill Hemmer on America’s Newsroom to discuss South Carolina’s GOP primary.
I joined Wolf Blitzer on CNN this afternoon to discuss the SC GOP Primary. The news that Gov. Haley plans to endorse Marco Rubio broke in the middle of my interview. With Rand Paul no longer in the race, my vote is still up for grabs so that begs the question: who are you supporting and why?