Joe Biden to man whose father lost insurance: 'no one understood Obamacare'

January 6, 2020 / 2.6K views

A man tells Joe Biden his father lost his insurance, and his new plan under Obamacare was twice as expensive. Joe Biden actually admits that 'no one understood Obamacare' - and you can add me to the list. When I was self-employed and paying $237 a month to AETNA years ago for a pretty decent plan, that was affordable.

If I want the same plan, it's going to run me at least $500+ under Obamacare and comes with a huge deductible. Obamacare prices are outrageous.

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"During the run-up to the passage of Obamacare, President Obama promised my father that he could keep his plan and his insurance would be cheaper," the man said. "After the passage, his plan was no longer aloud and his insurance costs double. Since you supported the plan, were you lying to my dad or did you not understand the bill you supported?"

Biden replied: "Look, there is two ways people know when something is important. One, when it's so clear when it is passed that everybody understands it, and no one did understand Obamacare including the way it was rolled out and the gentleman is right, he says you could keep your doctor if you wanted to and you couldn't keep your doctor if you wanted to.

Is there anyone out there who had a pleasant experience with Obamacare? I have heard nothing but complaints. Even Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez complained about Obamacare. Well, her problem was that she makes so much money that she could chose from all the fancy options available to her. You know, options not available to people who don't earn $174,000 a year.

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