Fewer Americans Have Private Health Insurance Now Than in 2007 – Weekly Standard
President Obama and Hillary Clinton love to talk about the “20 million people” who’ve allegedly been added to the health insurance rolls under Obamacare. But in truth, a lower percentage of Americans have private health insurance now than in 2007, even though Obamacare is the law.
That’s according to the federal government’s own figures. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (see table 1.2b), 66.8 percent of those living in the United States had private health insurance in 2007. Now, as of 2015 (the most recent year for which figures are available), only 65.6 percent of those living in the United States have private health insurance.
Remember last night when I asked if you wanted a human society or an inhuman society? In two weeks, the people that are currently on Obamacare are going to get a horrific shock. The kind of shock where hundreds of thousands of households will have to make the decision of having health insurance, or keeping their home and paying their bills. House holds with children.
No reasonable, sane person can say that healthcare is better now than it was eight years ago. No reasonable, sane person can say that our standard of living is better than it was eight years ago. For the coastal elites, life has done nothing but get better and better under Barack Obama. For everyone else, food and housing have done nothing but become more expensive while our income has remained flat or gone down. The TV has the temerity to tell you that’s not true.
Later tonight once I’ve had time to put it together, I will post a story that you have probably never heard before. No links, no articles. Just a story I was told by some powerful people that watched it happen. I can’t prove it, all I have is my word. But in this story, you will see how inhuman the Clintons and their people are.