Obamacare was a huge issue during the 2012 election, but it looks like the worst provision could impact this year’s presidential election as well.
Rates have already started to increase, but they will only get worse when millions of Americans sign up for Obamacare on November 1, just a week before voters head to the polls.
UnitedHealth Group, one of the largest insurers in the country, expects a loss of $650 million this year.
Many on social media are already experiencing the effects of this disastrous program:
— Edward Foxworthy (@FoxworthyEdward) July 18, 2016
— Sally Pipes (@sallypipes) July 18, 2016
Blue Cross premium hikes in Texas, Oklahoma could mean Illinois sticker shock https://t.co/Sbecdi05Ie
— cindy horswell (@chorswell) July 18, 2016
— Suzanne Blumenthal (@suzblumenthal) July 18, 2016
Middle-class Minnesotans will soon have fewer health care choices thanks to Obamacare. https://t.co/514nrtdRGe
— The Daily Signal (@DailySignal) July 18, 2016
If Pelosi and the Democrats who passed this had read the bill, maybe they would have seen this coming.