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Ignorance or malice: Obamacare and NH's three Dems
On Thursday, after President Obama decreed that insurers would not be held to the law's coverage mandates, Kuster and Shea-Porter issued statements in response. Kuster's was emailed at 2:02 p.m. In it, she said she still supported the law because "we cannot go back to the days when insurance companies were free to deny coverage to those with preexisting conditions or drop people from their plans just because they get sick. I will continue to work with anybody who is serious about making this law work and ensuring that Granite Staters have access to the quality, affordable care they deserve."
Now they follow the White House's lead in pretending that the pain inflicted upon America by this law comes from minor flaws. It does not.
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