In this post, you will find great Obamacare Quotes from famous people, such as Kristen Soltis Anderson, Louie Gohmert, Mike Pence, Todd Young, Stephen Moore. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
If nothing else came out of all of this debacle over Obamacare, one thing that should is a class-action lawsuit against the University of Chicago Law School for people that had Obama as their constitutional law professor.
Under Obamacare, rates are skyrocketing, and insurers are leaving the marketplace.
The truth is Mr. Trump could simply sit in the Oval Office for four years like a potted plant, and that would be a vast improvement over the Obama agenda, which was almost in every case – from tax increases to spending stimulus bills to Obamacare, Dodd-Frank, the war on fossil fuels, and so on – bad for growth.
Through pro-growth policies, by abolishing Obamacare and eliminating other Obama-imposed impediments to economic growth, we will get our economy back on track.
What we need is some people to stand up with the courage of their convictions, to do what they promised when they ran for election, and fight to stop Obamacare.
The heartaches of Obamacare don’t have to be the norm.
Obamacare is an unbelievable job killer.
We shouldn’t be bailing out insurance companies under ObamaCare.
At the end of the day, Obamacare is bad for America. Washington, D.C., exempted themselves. U.S. senators still do not have to be on Obamacare.
What is problematic about Obamacare is that it is killing millions of jobs in this country and has killed millions of jobs. It has forced millions of people into part time work. It has caused millions of people to lose their insurance, to lose their doctors, and to face skyrocketing insurance premiums. That is unacceptable.
I think Obamacare is one of the greatest moves that will be beneficial for everyone in this country.
Obamacare is a perfect tool to crush free enterprise and force all Americans into a socialist health care system.
I have been outspoken on my opposition to ‘Obamacare,’ and I don’t buy the line that our Medicaid program, or any function of government, has reached maximum efficiency.
Obamacare imposed an unprecedented level of regulation and standardization on individual-market health insurance all across America. This has left many consumers in an intolerable predicament – in some cases, having to spend up to a third or even half of their income on premiums and deductibles before insurance kicks in.
We all know there are problems with Obamacare, and Washington’s implementation of it has been abysmal. But rejecting Medicaid won‘t fix any of those things.
Obamacare was ruled to be unconstitutional. We’ve always known that Obamacare was unconstitutional.
Make no mistake: Obamacare is a pro-death ‘health’ program.
Obamacare. Get rid of it. Period.
I don’t think that I am a Lefty in the sense that I grew up in countries that have a universal health-care system, but I also think that I’m a little Right in other directions. I also think that – in regards to the whole health-care thing – that yeah, they should repeal and replace Obamacare with universal health care.
The Obamacare contraception mandate was never about freedom. It was always about pitting secularism against religion, and using the power of government to sponsor secularism.
Seven hundred and sixteen billion dollars, funneled out of Medicare by President Obama. An obligation we have to our parents and grandparents is being sacrificed, all to pay for a new entitlement we didn’t even ask for. The greatest threat to Medicare is Obamacare, and we’re going to stop it.
I am the candidate of tax cuts, repealing Obamacare, repealing Dodd-Frank, letting the markets work, coming up with patient-and-doctor-centered healthcare solutions instead of more big government – and just generally getting government off the backs of small businesses.
Part of Obamacare eliminated the private sector financial market that engages in giving college student loans. I mean, now the federal government has taken over college student loans, so I sit back and strategically look at this and say this just cannot be happening.
From the takeover of Detroit and the failed stimulus packages to the enactment of Obamacare, the president and congressional Democrats chose to use Americas economic crisis as an excuse to expand government rather than as an opportunity to responsibly shrink it.
A true legislative alternative to ObamaCare would support physician ownership of independent medical practices, and preserve local competition between doctors and choice for patients.
We want to repeal the ObamaCare tax. We want to save middle class families from European health care. And that’s what we’re going to do as a party and that’s what Mitt Romney will do on day one.
It came down to the AHCA or the continued disaster of Obamacare, which was an easy choice. The AHCA is a major improvement, because a federal one-size-fits-all approach to health care isn’t the answer.
Long-term, Congress needs to replace Obamacare with market-driven health reform that’s affordable for everyday Iowans and empowers consumers.
There is a problem in Washington, and the problem is bigger than a continuing resolution. It is bigger than Obamacare. It is even bigger than the budget. The most fundamental problem and the frustration is that the men and women in Washington aren’t listening.
Bipartisanship has taken us to the brink of bankruptcy. We don’t need bipartisanship, we need application of principle… Where was the call for bipartisanship during the Obamacare debate? Not a single Republican voted for it. It wasn’t about bipartisanship, it was about having the votes to dictate your will.
States that scrap their state-run Obamacare exchanges are admitting they’ve wasted millions of dollars in federal grants. It’s only fair that states have to pay American taxpayers and the federal government back for their total incompetence.
Republicans spend too much time on defense. We have to be on offense. We have to point out the truth. President Obama stole seven hundred million dollars from Medicare. Republicans want to preserve Medicare. Obamacare robs from Medicare.
I say we need to repeal Obamacare as fast as we can.
When President Obama passed health care reform, it was personal! And when Governor Romney says he would repeal Obamacare and put insurance companies back in charge of a woman‘s health, that’s personal too.
Simply put, ObamaCare cost Americans jobs through uncertainty and now implementation threatens even more jobs. No wonder the majority of Americans continue to oppose it.
There’s a reason people are not going to Obamacare. They find out what it’s gonna cost ’em, and they go somewhere else. And in the process, they’re undermining the very foundation of Obamacare, all of which was predictable.
We would not have this catastrophe of Obamacare if it were not for Jon Tester.
Reformers in Washington need to do a better job of explaining how market-based alternatives to ObamaCare are a better outcome for the structure and delivery of health care.
I’m not one to say many good things about Obamacare, but one of the nice things in it is it does give a tremendous amount of authority to the secretary of HHS.
So let’s find a way to protect people differently than Obamacare, because Obamacare’s answer was, ‘Just make everybody pay more’.
This Obamacare program has Obama’s name on it. He lied to people for three years about this program. People trusted him. People believed what he told them. They believed that he was going to improve the health care system in this country, and it was going to get cheaper, more affordable, more plentiful.
For all their scare tactics, President Obama and Democrats have no plan whatsoever to preserve Medicare for future generations – or protect it for today‘s seniors and those nearing retirement. They did, however, cut Medicare by $700 billion to bankroll Obamacare.
Every aspect of Obamacare is an affront to the very founding of this country.
Obamacare is unaffordable, unworkable and unsustainable.
Perhaps the most damaging aspect of the Obamacare tech nightmare is how wholly predictable it all was. Anyone who has been involved in building the most rudimentary of web operations knows nothing ever works as it’s supposed to. Even awesome Apple, mighty Microsoft, and gargantuan Google miss deadlines.
I think the first and principle objective is to repeal Obamacare before it does lasting, fundamental damage to our health care system, to our individual liberty, to the relationship each of us has with his or her doctor.
We have to bring relief as fast as possible to people who are struggling under Obamacare.
Obamacare is making the market for health care less competitive.
ObamaCare has accelerated many of the detrimental trends doctors see in their profession, and introduced new ones.
I agree with President Trump that we need good jobs in this country, but let’s get to that business rather than the distractions of repealing Obamacare or raiding communities and taking otherwise law-abiding, contributing citizens away from their families.
One of the things in Obamacare is that for the elderly, is every five years, you must have end-of-year counseling. Translation, ‘suicide counseling.’
I am not a fan of Obamacare. But I was bound and determined to try to comply with the law. I’ve done everything in my power to try to do that.
I think the best thing we can do is sell that idea of smaller government – of fiscal responsibility vs. the Obama record. Obama made promises, and on every promise in which he’s actually delivered, things have gotten worse instead of better. He said if we get ObamaCare it’ll help, but health care prices went up.
Obamacare represents a shocking display of political arrogance. It’s about time Washington started listening to Americans’ common sense voices.
I will tell you that my position is that funding bills should include as little money for Obamacare as possible.
Perhaps the biggest economic shift during Obama’s presidency came from a piece of legislation that wasn’t sold as such. On March 21, 2010, Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. It was Obama’s boldest piece of legislation and the one that will most likely define him.
If I’m elected president, we will repeal every word of Obamacare.
In order for Obamacare’s cost structure to work, millions of Americans must sign up to pay inflated prices; that would help pay for the subsidies to cover insurance company costs on those with pre-existing conditions.
First of all, we have seen now in six years of Obamacare that it has been a disaster. It is the biggest job-killer in this country. Millions of Americans have lost their jobs, have been forced into part-time work, have lost their health insurance, have lost their doctors, have seen their premiums skyrocket.
The president has declared that the debate over government-controlled health care is over. That will come as news to the millions of Americans who will elect Mitt Romney so we can repeal Obamacare.
Under Obamacare, doctors have been strained by costly new regulations, intricate payment ‘reforms‘ that tie their Medicare reimbursement to complex federal reporting requirements, and mandates that they install and make ‘meaningful‘ use of electronic health records.
If Republicans triumph in 2014, it will undoubtedly be as a result of Obamacare. In 2010, Republicans soared to historic victory because the much-maligned Tea Party spearheaded mass resistance to Obama’s takeover of the healthcare industry.
We’ve got people that are paying premiums of $1,000 a month out there, and then they’ve got a deductible of $1,000. If you’re making $40,000, $50,000, $60,000 out there and you’ve got an Obamacare plan, by and large you’ve got an insurance card, but you don’t have any care because you can’t afford the deductible.
Giving governors more leeway in administering health care could represent a small, positive development in the ongoing saga of Obamacare. Unfortunately, instead of choosing flexibility, President Obama and his left-leaning advisers always default to rigid ‘Washington knows best’ answers.
Tax reform likely will be the first policy action in a Trump administration. A close second will be a thorough repeal and rewrite of Obamacare, restoring a freer market with true consumer choice and competition among providers.
Love it or hate it, Obamacare is the law of the land. It was passed by Congress, signed into law by President Obama, declared constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court and ratified by a majority of Americans, who reelected the president for a second term.
Obamacare is simply not sustainable.
Romney has adopted almost every position conservatives want their candidate to espouse: He’s pro-life, he wants to repeal ObamaCare, he wants to cut taxes and cut the federal budget, and he wants an unapologetic foreign policy dedicated to the proposition that this too will be the American century.
Before Obamacare, many working class Americans had an upper middle class healthcare benefit that they got at work.
Obamacare is socialism? Nope – as insurance companies vie to sell new policies, competition within private industry is growing rapidly, with the number of participating insurers growing by 26 percent between 2014 and 2015, and the number of products they offer growing by 66 percent.
I’ve supported the repeal of ObamaCare.
Republicans aren’t interested in a one-sentence fix unless that sentence is, ‘Obamacare is repealed.’
In my view, Obamacare is the most existential threat to our economy than anything we’ve ever had since the Great Depression, so I think a little bit of additional deficit is nothing compared to delaying if not repealing Obamacare.
I don’t know what’s going to happen specifically on votes on Obamacare. I suspect we’ll vote to repeal early to put on record the fact that we Republicans think it’s a bad policy, and we think it’s hurting our constituents, and we think health care cost should be going down, not up.
If it doesn’t have a full delay or defund of Obamacare, I know I and many others will not be able to support whatever the leadership proposes.
Obamacare’s terrifyingly cumbersome, competition-hostile apparatus for controlling medical costs is one of its most obvious flaws.
But for us Democrats, Obamacare is a badge of honor. Because no matter who you are, what stage of life you’re in, this law is a good thing.
When Obamacare was introduced, Republicans and Democrats knew the status quo wasn’t working. But Republicans rejected the notion that to help 2 million people with preexisting conditions get access to care, we needed a 2,000-page bill that transformed one-sixth of the economy.
Obamacare is making people divorce so they can afford it. And divorce hurts women and the children, and that is Obamacare and their War on Women.
Obamacare notwithstanding, the current president’s progressive instincts have been neutered by the rise of the Tea Party and Luddite conservatism.
During the summer of 2009, conservative activists turned up the heat on Democratic politicians to protest the innovation-destroying, liberty-usurping Obamacare mandate. In the summer of 2012, it’s squishy Republican politicians who deserve the grassroots flames.
Millions of people are asking for accountability, for responsibility, for truth from their elected officials, truth about how Obamacare is failing the men and women of America.
We can have more jobs in small businesses if ‘Obamacare’ is eliminated.
Obama rammed through Obamacare legislation without a single Republican vote.
Obamacare rewrote Medicare… so if you’re going to repeal and replace Obamacare, you have to address those issues as well… What people don’t realize is that Medicare is going broke, that Medicare is going to have price controls… So you have to deal with those issues if you’re going to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Fewer jobs, at lower pay. That’s what Obamacare means.
The facts are clear. Obamacare is failing the American people.
I will be personally seeking alternatives for my family’s health care coverage, just like the rest of Americans affected by Obamacare. In the meantime, I will do everything in my power to fight this terrible piece of legislation.
The only way President Obama and his cohorts could sell Obamacare was to conceal the law’s true ramifications and convince those who were already content with their health insurance that they wouldn’t be affected.
The White House would love to see Obamacare taken apart all at once, bit by bit, however we can do it.
I don’t care if you are for having Mexico pay for the border wall, or you want to repeal and replace Obamacare, or if you want women to have complete access to reproductive rights – I don’t care. The fact is, if you don’t get the nuclear issue right, none of the other ones matter.
Yes, I have benefited from the ObamaCare provision allowing young adults to stay on their parents’ insurance plans until age 26.
Both referred to the Affordable Care Act, which is the accurate title of the health care reform law, as ‘Obamacare.’ That is a disparaging reference to the President of the United States, it is meant as a disparaging reference to the President of the United States.
Obamacare is bureaucrats getting between you and your doctor, and that’s what Americans most dislike about this legislation.
When Obamacare actually kicked in, just as we knew, if you liked your insurance, as I did – I had a health savings account – then I wasn’t going to be able to keep it because it doesn’t meet the requirements.
The Supreme Court has never ruled that Congress can use the Commerce Clause to require individuals to engage in an activity they have chosen to avoid. Yet that is precisely what Obamacare does: It forces Americans without health insurance to purchase coverage. Such a requirement is unprecedented and unconstitutional.
Obamacare has got everyone on edge. I mean, small business – men and women or big business are sitting out there saying we have no idea what this is going to cost, but we know it’s going to cost us and cost us a lot.
In the aftermath of President Obama’s re-election, members of both the administration and the media trumpeted that Obama had received his long-sought mandate. Obamacare, Americans were told, was the law of the land. It could not be changed; it could not be stopped.
The simple truth is that the implementation of Obamacare has hurt Americans and their health care more than it has helped.
The Republican Party has a reputation for being the party of big business, but you wouldn’t think that if you saw the Obamacare debate.
I’m the only candidate running for governor that opposes Obamacare expansion in Mississippi.
Hillary Clinton’s radical attempts at so-called reform of the nation’s health care system would have been more destructive than even Obamacare has been.
There isn’t a lot of honesty when it comes to discussing Obamacare. Too many Republicans lie about the implications of the health-insurance program and dismiss out of hand the reasons a massive overhaul of the long-time system is necessary.
What ObamaCare did was take some of the things we did for the poor and expanded the government to basically the whole marketplace.
I believe that Obamacare is bad for America.
I would rather drink weedkiller than support Obamacare.
Obamacare is not popular.
I’m opposed to Obamacare expansion in Mississippi. I’m opposed to Obamacare expansion in Mississippi. I’m opposed to Obamacare expansion in Mississippi.
I don’t want to continue to fund Obamacare.
I mean, the whole enterprise, all of Obamacare is immoral.
Obama wants people, as many people as he can get, covered by the government, exchanges, however you want to phrase it, and the more the better, and the sooner, the better, making it impossible to take it away. Meaning, making it impossible to repeal Obamacare.
As the 2016 presidential race kicks off, candidates on both sides of the aisle are promising to stand up for the middle class. Voters deserve to know that anyone who champions Obamacare cannot honestly say she or he is also a champion of middle-class Americans.
I think we’ve got a pretty good track record of definitively opposing Obamacare in the state of North Carolina.
The overly engineered, overly regulated market that Obamacare created resulted in restrictive health care plans that provide little choice, and coverage that is far too costly for what the plans offer.
Big government intervention creates as many problems as it solves – that was the lesson of Obamacare.
We need to repeal and replace Obamacare.
We all say that we want to repeal Obamacare, and we would all love a clean, full repeal. But the truth is, sometimes it’s kind of like making sausage. You have to do it one step at a time. You’ve got to approach it from the standpoint that you make substantial gains today, and then the next opportunity, you make more.
Without Romneycare, I don’t think we would have Obamacare.
Obama came in really wanting to change things, but he hit a wall of corporate money, oil and coal money: when he tried to pass the Cap and Trade system of pharmaceutical money, when he tried to pass the Obamacare – which, of course, then got watered down into a much less effective, much less economical, program.
And under Obamacare, insurance companies can no longer discriminate against women. Before, some wouldn’t cover women’s most basic needs, like contraception and maternity care, but would still charge us up to 50 percent more than men – for a worse plan.
The Obamacare roll-out was an epic failure.
Our goal should be to, together, to improve Obamacare so that even more people have access to affordable, quality health insurance and services.
Obamacare is going to destroy our economy and destroy our freedom.
Obamacare does much more than provide coverage to the previously uninsured – it improves the quality of coverage for all of us. Critical cancer and other health screenings are free. Women and people with disabilities or chronic conditions are no longer charged more – or priced out of the market altogether.
If the government controls your health care, the government controls you. Obamacare was never about health care. It was about government power, dependency, and control.
Obamacare is, quite simply, the federal version of Romneycare.
The American people are opposed to ObamaCare. They were when the law passed; they’re still opposed to it. But the fact of the matter is it’s got to be implemented. We’re trying to do our part even here in Nebraska. It’s very, very difficult.
I think Obamacare, for all its controversy, is actually working.
Obamacare has got to go.
The ACA – popularly known as ‘Obamacare’ – has been an important step forward toward an admirable goal: providing access to health insurance for all Americans. But like many reforms generated by the political process, the ACA is problematic.
Everybody in this race is against Obama, okay? So saying you’re against Obama, against Obamacare, all the rest, it’s all fine, well and good, except it doesn’t move you forward.
The combination of Obamacare and taxes would be a disaster.
The British health care system is a blueprint for the failure of Obamacare, as it is structured.
Even with all its political bells and whistles, the Obamacare plans increasingly resemble Medicaid in terms of networks and drug lists.
The greatest threat to Medicare is Obamacare, and we’re going to stop it.
We need to make sure pre-existing conditions are taken care of, but propping up Obamacare, a failing system, is not the way to do it.
In Pennsylvania, 38 percent of Pennsylvania seniors chose to get their Medicare from a plan called Medicare Advantage. It’s their choice. Forty-seven percent of them are going to lose it under ‘Obamacare’ according to Medicare by 2017.