NPR AND HARVARD SAY: OBAMACARE IS A COMPLETE FAILURE

Powerline: National Public Radio collaborated with Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to survey Americans’ recent experience with health care.

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As to the Affordable Care Act, the survey’s findings are damning. They suggest that Obamacare has been worse than a complete waste of money.

This is the survey’s only question directly on Obamacare. Most respondents say that Obamacare hasn’t affected them; where it has affected them, most say the law’s impact has been harmful:  MORE

9 Comments on NPR AND HARVARD SAY: OBAMACARE IS A COMPLETE FAILURE

  1. Yeah, but it’s here to stay. NO ONE will repeal it. Dems like it because they can use it to control us. RINO’s like it because it shifts the cost from business to the tax payers. They benefit and we pay.

  2. As long as the Oligarchs can continue to steal from the taxpayers, ObolaCare will NEVER be a failure. And as for a “complete failure,” cui bono?

    (that’s French for “who gets the swag?”)

  3. It was designed to fail. Not on Obama’s watch mind you but fail it will and then it will be replaced by a ‘single payer’.

  4. And Ted Cruz stood up alone against this disaster for 21 hours but let’s don’t get him in the White House let’s put a loud mouth snake oil salesman in charge of the Country. SMH

  5. I don’t have a degree from that asshat elitist school called Harvard, but I could have told the dumbasses at NPR that it was never going to work long before that creature known as Fancy Nancy said that I had to read it before I knew what was in it.

  6. Here is the salient paragraph from page 25:

    “Americans have mixed feelings on the state- and personal-level effects of the Affordable Care Act. The proportion of U.S. adults who believe the law helped people in the state where they live
    approximately equals the proportion of people who believe national health reform hurt their fellow state residents. On a personal level, most Americans do not believe the law directly affected them. Among those who do, however, more believe the law directly hurt them than helped them.”

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