Help Us Kill ObamaCare By End Of Year!

Help Us Kill ObamaCare By End Of Year!

Dear Friend,
The central issue in determining the future of ObamaCare is whether the cancellations of current insurance policies will be allowed to stand.

Already 5-10 million individual policies have been cancelled and another 40-90 million policies, primarily with small employers, are likely to go in 2014.

President Obama's "fix" is phony.

He appears to allow you to keep your cancelled policy for another year.  BUT, you insurance company must approve it AND so must your state insurance commissioner.

The Obama people are working the phones to persuade as many state commissioners as possible to demand that cancellations continue and not permit them to be rescinded.

Cancellations are vital to the future of ObamaCare.  It cannot survive without them.  Without cancellations, 85% of Americans will hold onto their current policies with which they are happy, surveys report.  That will leave only sick and old people in the ObamaCare exchanges which will drive up premiums and further limit their market.  Then, ObamaCare will die because of too few enrollments.

So now we have to mobilize on two fronts:

(a) We must persuade our state insurance commissioners to rescind the cancellations; and

(b) We must pressure Congress to rescind them.

State Commissioners

So far, Commissioners in eight states have refused to allow cancellations to be rescinded: New York, Mass, VT, RI, Minn., Wash., MD, and IN.  We must try to stop the others from joining them!

Please sign this petition and we will tell your commissioner of your opinion.


The House has passed the Upton Bill to rescind the cancellations, but only if the insurance company agrees.  If he does, it allows the policies to continue indefinitely.

The Senate has before it two bills sponsored by Democrats -- Udall of CO and Landrieu of LA -- to require states to allow the continuation of cancelled health care plans whether or not the insurance company -- or commissioner -- approves.

When you sign this petition, we will notify your Congressman and Senators.

Please get your friends and family to sign this petition!  This is life or death for ObamaCare.  If we can rescind the cancellations, it amounts to a de facto repeal of ObamaCare!

We'll add your email address to our Alerts list to keep you posted on progress and let you know if we need to take further action.

Dick Morris

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Public Comments (15,158)
Nov 15th, 2017
Cynthia H. from Colorado Springs, CO signed.
Nov 1st, 2017
THOMAS H. from Richmond, TX writes:
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Remove and Replace Obama care by the 31Dec17
Oct 5th, 2017
Ralph R. from Mabank, TX writes:
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Let us help this drain on society die the death it deserves. Let us consider real Americans and real Health Insurance and not this built in paycheck to Obama cronies.
Sep 20th, 2017
david d. from Macon, GA writes:
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Sep 6th, 2017
Gloria P. from Puyallup, WA writes:
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Should have already been done !
Aug 16th, 2016
Holly M. from Yorba Linda, CA writes:
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Our insurance is OUTRAGEOUS since the passing of Obamacare. This year it has gotten even worse than the initial shock of OBcare! Prescriptions are no longer covered and are now out of pocket expenses! What once cost us $45 now cost for just one life needed prescription is $900/mth and a second prescription needed is $398/mth and on top of that our deductibles are over $12000! Affordable?? This is crazy! The first prescription which used to be $45/mth is now $900/mth basically I'm paying for my prescription plus I'm paying for 19 other people's prescription too who don't pay a dime!
Aug 11th, 2016
john t. from Everett, WA signed.
Aug 10th, 2016
john t. from Everett, WA signed.
Aug 2nd, 2016
Hayes T. from Greensburg, PA writes:
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Please get rid of this garbage. Affordable Care Act is absolutely the opposite of this. People are either getting destroyed in the marketplace, or employers are limiting hours to 29 to prevent from having to provide people with it. Or in my case, I want to provide for my employees, yet I get penalized for providing good insurance. This needs repealed ASAP
Jul 29th, 2016
Someone from Vista, CA writes:
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I'm a single mom and my insurance went from $495 to $995 just for me!! $12,000 deductible.