Senate Dems 2010 Vote Supported Rule That Led to Insurance Cancellations

Socialists are engaged in a pathetic attempt to cover their trail for voting to prevent what is now happening with people’s insurance policies getting canceled. Conveniently socialists are playing dumb or are blaming the insurance companies for dropping people. Socialists like Mary Landrieu, Jeanne Shaheen, Mark Pryor are responsible because they chose not to support the Republican resolution that would have blocked the grandfather rule.

This Richard Fowler clown or rather party cannon fodder had no defense for socialists actions leading to this mess against Megyn Kelly and Dana Loesch. The two hammered him relentless as he deserves. People like Fowler have no integrity or soul, they will spin a radical agenda until their last dying breath.

What you have to remember with all of these stories is this all part of the plan to create as much chaos as possible so progressives can come in to the rescue with single payer. Single payer will give them power and control beyond their dreams over people with the IRS in tow enforcing their will on we the dissidents!

Senate Democrats supported rule that led to insurance cancellations
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Washington (CNN) – Senate Democrats voted unanimously three years ago to support the Obamacare rule that is largely responsible for some of the health insurance cancellation letters that are going out.

In September 2010, Senate Republicans brought a resolution to the floor to block implementation of the grandfather rule, warning that it would result in canceled policies and violate President Barack Obama’s promise that people could keep their insurance if they liked it…

… Senate Democrats like Mary Landrieu, Jeanne Shaheen, Mark Pryor, Kay Hagan and Mark Begich – all of whom voted against stopping the rule from going into effect and have since supported delaying parts of Obamacare.

The rule set up the criteria for what insurance plans would be grandfathered, or exempted, from the new Obamacare requirements. Democrats argued then that the rule was necessary to insure that insurance companies weren’t able to drastically change their plans and still remain exempt from Obamacare…more