Twitchy readers know that American is not alone. The cancellation notice avalanche is continuing; Rep. Price put that devastating effect of Obamacare into perspective recently. “Sticker shock” keeps growing as premiums double and triple, often for plans with less coverage. Twitter users are reporting that they not only can’t keep their plans; They can’t keep insurance at all now.
But, hey. Forward!
Um, why aren't Republicans running ads w/people holding their cancellation letters saying, "I liked my plan, but I can't keep it?" #easy
— Miss B (@robinbmurphy) October 25, 2013
Are you listening, GOP? Are you listening, President Obama?
Dear, @BarackObama, something must be broken. I like my plan, but I can't keep my plan? Please download a fix.
— S D Winkler (@sdwinkler) October 25, 2013
Dear @BarackObama, Regence Blue Cross says my plan is cancelled, you say I can keep my plan. Who's right?
— S D Winkler (@sdwinkler) October 28, 2013
Please meet some Americans who want to know the answer to a simple question: They like their plans. Why can’t they keep them, as promised?
— Josh Mesker (@joshmesker) October 23, 2013
— Alex Medina (@tweettweetmama) October 16, 2013
— IGotAClue (@PetCareCoach) October 27, 2013
@BarackObama You said if I liked my plan I could keep it, but it is no longer available. So was that a lie or didn't you read the bill??
— Justin Fortune (@CobaltMalone) October 26, 2013
— HistoryofMatt (@HistoryofMatt) October 8, 2013
— Wade Ritchie (@writchie) September 27, 2013
— Kaptain Kannabis (@ValVenisEnt) September 30, 2013
— Peggy (@floozy88) October 26, 2013
Hey, @BarackObama, you said if i like my insurance i can keep it. Well, i was just informed that ACA eliminated it. Give it back, you liar
— Daniel Horowitz (@RMConservative) October 13, 2013
— ProGun-AntiViolence (@ReviveLiberty) September 22, 2013
@BarackObama I was promised that if I like my health insurance, I could keep it. Obamacare has made my insurance illegal & I can't keep it.
— Witchypoo Advices (@wwjzd1) October 25, 2013
@InaMaziarcz That is how I feel I like my insurance I work for and it is affordable and good what did I do to have my rates raised
— Laurence Long (@LJL1990) October 23, 2013
Nothing. You did nothing wrong.
My health insurance offering has decreased to avoid triggering the "cadillac excise tax". What happened to if I like my plan I can keep it?
— Jenn Riemer (@jennriemer) October 23, 2013
— Christophe Hebdo (@Chris_Clukey) October 25, 2013
— Paulotics (@myapaulogies) September 22, 2013
My family loses our Aetna plan 12/31 & we have a 5yr old with heart issues. I refuse to go to the exchanges. I just want to keep our plan.
— Lianne (@LianneOnLife) October 24, 2013
— Send_Reinforcements (@davetv28) October 8, 2013
Why? Because, liar.
The president lied and insurance plans died. Now Americans are faced with this:
This is Obama’s America. Citizens terrified to go to the mailbox, faced with the very real possibility that they will lose insurance for their families. Punished for providing for their families in the way in which they believe is best. They like their plans. They want to keep them.
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