There’s no debating that the topic heading the list of health this past year has been “Obamacare”.  The date for complete enforcement was slated for January 1, 2014…only one week away!  But is it?

Because the numbers for Obamacare have not been revealed by the administration, nobody knows how it is doing or it’s end goal leading the majority of people to want a delay in its enforcement and implementation.  According to a poll by Fox News,this past week,  53%  of respondents want Obamacare repealed and 41 percent want to keep it. The next question was : “Setting aside how you feel about the law, do you think implementation of it should be delayed for a year until more details are ironed out, or not?”  By 67 percent to 28 percent people now want the law delayed. And every demographic group agrees: 57 percent of liberals, 65 percent of women, 67 percent of those under age 35, and 60 percent of lower-income voters. Even African Americans, the bedrock of Obama’s support base now favor a delay by 48 percent to 47 percent. Read more at Drudge Report Feed – See more at:

In the meantime, a massive number of people who’ve lost their insurance because of Obamacare are now being allowed to enroll in the “catastrophic buy combivent inhaler online plans” by the current administration.

“It shows that the Obamacare insurance products aren’t selling so, at the last minute, the administration is holding a fire sale on a failed launch,” says Grace-Marie Turner of the Galen Institute, a health-care advocacy group. “Just think how you must feel if you were one of the people who spent the last two months fighting their way through to buy a policy that will be thousands of dollars more expensive than this catastrophic insurance!”

These fortunate individuals should not get too comfortable with the new coverage however.  It may last only one year, as a temporary fix, like many others, causing them to get booted out of this health plan once the new elections have taken place.

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The thing is, one of the reasons behind the establishment of Obamacare was to cover the 47 million people who had no health insurance, protecting everyone in the population.  How many more than the 47 million will lose their health insurance and their jobs once Obamacare is in full swing and employers must decide whether they will be offering coverage to staff members and their families?  The prospect is grim, but time will tell.

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