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Good News: New York Times Decides to Actually Report on ObamaCare After It’s a Done Deal

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Posted on April 19 2010 9:00 am
Michael van der Galien was born in the Dutch city of Leeuwarden in 1984. For as long as he can remember, he has been obsessed with the United States. When he was 17 years old, he started blogging - of course about America. His articles have been published at Big Hollywood, Pajamas Media, Hot Air (the GreenRoom) and Right Across The Atlantic. He's also an editor for the Dutch conservative blog, De Dagelijkse Standaard.
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Good news: the New York Times has decided to finally report what is actually in ObamaCare and how its many questionable provisions will effect your health insurance:

New York’s insurance system has been a working laboratory for the core provision of the new federal health care law — insurance even for those who are already sick and facing huge medical bills — and an expensive lesson in unplanned consequences. Premiums for individual and small group policies have risen so high that state officials and patients’ advocates say that New York’s extensive insurance safety net for people like Ms. Welles is falling apart.

Isn’t it great that they came with this after ObamaCare was passed by Congress? I mean, at least we can be sure it won’t have any effect whatsoever now.

The New York Times should be ashamed of itself. They not only actively helped Obama and his fellow progressives win the 2008 elections, but they also helped them push their precious reforms through Congress once in power.

Although the NYT was once a serious newspaper, I’m afraid those times have long since passed. It’s nothing more than a propaganda outlet for the progressive wing of the Democratic Party nowadays.

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