Over the last few weeks, millions of Americans have discovered that their current health insurance plans are being cancelled as a result of the Affordable Care Act. Many of those Americans are also discovering that new plans on the exchanges will cost them significantly more. Both realities are in direct contradiction with the promises that President Obama and the Democrats used to sell ACA in 2009.
Raised premiums, notices of cancelled policies and a failed website have become the norm for Americans today under Obamacare. Yet the Obama administration continues to spout the same talking points no matter the anecdotes to the contrary. Check out the 5 biggest lies Democrats told to the American people about Obamacare.
As with every artificial political crisis in recent years, the government shutdown has led to a media focus on which side should be blamed. One thing that has been ignored in this discussion is that President Obama has publicly declared he is refusing to negotiate on these issues. Despite Democrats only representing a minority in the House, President Obama has essentially decided he would hold the government hostage until he gets everything he wants. Despite this reality, Democrats and their allies are trying to portray the Republicans as unreasonable.
With so many proposals for immigration reform floating around Washington these days, it’s hard to keep track of what’s in each of them.
As a result, we here at Red Alert Politics have taken the time to dissect three of the major immigration reform proposals on the table to show you what each of them encompasses and where the major differences in the plans can be found.