“If you like your plan, you can keep your plan.”
That’s a promise President Obama made at least 36 times over the past few years.
But for millions of Americans, Obamacare is bringing about a different reality: insurance cancellations, premium increases, even threats to your privacy.
Faced with the wave of bad news, Obama said last week that only “cut-rate plans” have been canceled. The New York Times editorial board claims those plans were “not worth keeping.”
But that’s simply not true for Natalie Willes, who owns her own business in Los Angeles, or Hadley Heath, a health care policy expert in Washington, DC, or even Representative Cory Gardner (R-CO), who opted out of a federal plan to share the fate of his rural constituents.
They all did their research and chose their plans according to what worked best for them. Now, their plans have been canceled.