White House Knew Millions Would Lose Coverage Under ObamaCare: When Did Kyrsten Sinema Know?

| October 30 2013

It’s Time For Sinema to End Her Silence

WASHINGTON – After President Obama repeatedly and confidently assured Americans that “if you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” it turns out that what he really meant was quite the opposite. After reports of millions of Americans losing their current health insurance thanks to ObamaCare, the Administration finally admitted yesterday that they’ve known all along that individuals would be dropped from their plans.

Arizona families deserve to know: When did Kyrsten Sinema know this, and how long has she kept quiet?

“It’s downright unacceptable that the Administration kept this crucial information out of the American people’s hands, and Kyrsten Sinema owes the hardworking families of her District an explanation as to why she’s kept silent,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “Millions of Americans are struggling with ObamaCare’s higher costs and dropped coverage, and it’s time for Sinema to admit what she and the Administration have known all along: that ObamaCare is indeed, a train wreck.”

The Obama Administration Has Known That Americans Would Lose Their Health Care Coverage Under ObamaCare for the Past Three Years. (“Obama administration knew millions could not keep their health insurance.” By Lisa Myers and Hannah Rappleye, NBC News. 10/29/13)

More Than 2 Million People Will Lose Their Current Healthcare Plan Due to ObamaCare. (“Obamacare: More than 2 million people getting booted from existing health insurance plans,” CBS News. 10/29/13)

Kyrsten Sinema Voted Against Repealing ObamaCare. (H.R. 45, Roll Call Vote # 154, 5/16/13)

President Obama Promised the American People That “If You Like Your Doctor, You Will Be Able to Keep Your Doctor. Period. If You Like Your Health Care Plan, You Will Be Able to Keep Your Health Care Plan. Period. No One Will Take it Away.” (“Obama: ‘If You Like Your Doctor, You Can Keep Your Doctor.’ By Mary Lu Carnevale, The Wall Street Journal, 6/15/09) 

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