Obama calls on Congress to help more homeowners, confirm choice to lead federal housing agency

  • Article by: DARLENE SUPERVILLE , Associated Press
  • Updated: May 11, 2013 - 5:05 AM
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melloncollieMay. 10, 13 4:35 PM

This is going to be better than watching a 3 ring circus as ObamaCare is fully implemented. Harry Reid says the problem is that we are not spending enough money on it. Gee, weren't they saying it would be paid for with all the savings it creates? The democrats are even admitting now that your insurance premiums are bound to go up. Gee, weren't they telling us we would pay less? This is going to be fun.

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basia2186May. 10, 13 4:51 PM

Don't bet on it community organizer-in chief! Obama will have a legacy alright-worst president ever that hates this country.

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theagonybhoMay. 10, 13 5:38 PM

I work for a healthcare insurer, you have no idea whats coming. People with existing coverage will see increases from 20 -100%, those on Obamacare will have high deductables and weak coverage. Obamas signature healthcare failure will haunt him for years.

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theruntMay. 10, 13 5:47 PM

Let's all pull together and make this thing work. Because if it does, it puts us a step closer to where we need to be, which is single payer.

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cman2500May. 10, 13 6:04 PM

Obama declared health care train wreck law 'is here to stay' Enjoy the job cuts and higher insurance costs.Oh well

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cman2500May. 10, 13 6:06 PM

Next stop Greece the sooner this whole thing collapses the better.@ theagonybho people don't care my doctor summed it up we will have worthless insurance and higher costs that coming from a hard core Dem.Oh well

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jbpaperMay. 10, 13 7:13 PM

Well then, it looks like ever increasing healthcare costs are "here to stay" also since this so called reform does absolutely nothing to lower the cost of healthcare.

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jbpaperMay. 10, 13 7:22 PM

theagonybho: "...those on Obamacare will have high deductables and weak coverage." ---- Not sure where you got that but its not what I've been reading. From what I've read, the new plans will have a limit on the deductibles of $2000 a person.

Personally, I would rather have a higher deductible and lower premiums. I looked at the state's website that gave an estimate of what premiums would be with the new exchange. Even if I used my entire deductible ($3200), which I never have, my current plan still cost less than the estimate for the new one.

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omitfactsMay. 10, 13 7:58 PM

Good thing Obama isnt here to stay. too bad we will feel his mis-guided policies for years. No pal, this will eventually be killed like it should have been from the beginning. this will be brutal.

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nonewtaxesMay. 10, 13 9:32 PM

2014 mid-terms elections won't be fun for democrats.

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