The Definitive Guide to How Obamacare is Destroying American Lives

Below is evidence of the societal black hole that the PPACA (I refuse to call it Obamacare because there’s nothing caring about it) health care legislation will suck us all into if it’s not repealed in full. Pay attention to the real-life stories testimonies and share them everywhere you can. Even now, we hang on the event horizon of this social abyss,

The Matt Walsh Blog

On Sunday night, I wrote a short post soliciting stories from my readers about how Obamacare has already immediately impacted their lives. I asked that all of these emails be directed to ObamacareMakesMeSick@Yahoo.com. I expected a response; I didn’t expect it to be quite so overwhelming.

Over the last 24 hours, my inbox has been flooded with hundreds of emails. What you’ll read in this post represents a portion of them. I’m only one guy (with a fulltime job and twins) — I wasn’t able to go through every single message just yet. Some, I left out because the information was too specific and personal, to the extent that it would reveal the identity of the person who sent it. Some, I couldn’t include because they are simply (well written and accurate) editorials about Obamacare, but they don’t speak to the personal, physical impact of Obamacare on American families. Others…

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2 Comments on “The Definitive Guide to How Obamacare is Destroying American Lives

  1. Repeating untruths doesn’t make them true. Most of the “anecdotes” in Matt Walsh’s blog are impossible. Until they are reviewed (with the specifics) by an unbiased source, I don’t believe them.

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  2. Objection noted, Les. You have been invited to provided grounded reasoning for your opinions. That invitation remains open.

    Having noted that 2+-year-old open invitation, I agree with you that repeating untruths doesn’t make them true. Other than that, your opinion remains an unsupported and ungrounded opinion.

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