Seriously, did anybody not see this coming?
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers posted an image on her official Facebook page, slamming the Affordable Care Act on the fifth anniversary of President Obama signing it into law. She asked constituents to share their Obamacare nightmare stories and well, the response probably wasn’t what she expected. Below are a small sample of the comments constituents left on her page:
My story is that I once knew 7 people who couldn’t get health insurance. Now they all have it, thanks to the ACA and President Obama, and their plans are as good as the one my employer provides–and they pay less for them. Now, that’s not the kind of story you want to hear. You want to hear made-up horror stories. I don’t know anyone with one of those stories.
I work for cancer care northwest. We actually have more patients with insurance and fewer having to choose treatment over bankruptcy. Cathy, I’m a die hard conservative and I’m asking you to stop just slamming Obamacare. Fix it, change it or come up with a better idea! Thanks
With Obamacare, I saved 300 bucks a month premium.. I have more coverage.. I like ObamaCare and can’t wait til we go to the next step… Medicare for ALL.
Indonesian police got an entire neighbourhood high (accidentally) after burning a 3.3-ton pile of cannabis just outside their office.
Residents around West Jakarta were all intoxicated after the fumes created a giant cloud of smoke which then dispersed around the local area.
Loads of people then reported to the police with headaches and feeling dizzy, not realising they were in fact high as a kite.
PHOENIX (KPHO/KTVK) –
Each year a few bills get proposed at the state Capitol that have people shaking their heads.
This year: Mandatory church attendance.
An Arizona state senator thinks it is a good idea for the American people.
State Sen. Sylvia Allen, R-Snowflake, brought it up during a committee meeting Tuesday while lawmaker were debating a gun bill, not religion.
Allen explained that without a “moral rebirth” in the country, more people may feel the need to carry a weapon.
“I believe what’s happening to our country is that there’s a moral erosion of the soul of America,” she said.
Democratic Sen. Steve Farley of Tucson, who was at that same meeting, posted Allen’s comments on social media, and said he believes the idea goes against the U.S. Constitution.
Read more: http://www.kpho.com/story/28620533/az-senator-church-attendance-should-be-mandatory#ixzz3VXYn043P