Saturday, December 7, 2013

Harry Reid has so much Confidence in Obamacare that he exempted some staff from having to buy insurance on the Exchange

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is allowing some staffers to keep their health insurance instead of making them buy it through an ObamaCare exchange, although he was one of the strongest Capitol Hill supporters of the 2010 law. 
The Nevada Democrat is exercising his discretion under the president’s signature law to designate which staffers can keep their federal insurance plan and which must now purchase a policy through the District of Columbia’s health-care exchange. 
However, he purportedly is the only top congressional leader to exercise that option, which resulted in sharp criticism Wednesday from Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, perhaps the staunchest ObamaCare opponent on the Hill. 
"Sen. Reid's decision to exempt his staff … is the clearest example yet of ObamaCare's failures and Washington hypocrisy,” he said. “His staff worked to pass it and continue to promote it, now they don't want to be part of it because it's a disaster.”
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1 comment:

BOSMAN said...

I just love Harry's sign.

It was suppose to read, "Affordable Care For All Americans OTHER THAN TEAM OBAMA, Congress, AND MY STAFF."

But there was no room to put all that on the sign and it was longer than the attention span of their supporters....hahahaha....Think so?