The disaster that is the aftermath of Obamacare is once again creating havoc for people who were both for it and against it. And of course the New York Times chose to concentrate on people who'd lost their insurance. Guess where they placed the blame? That's right, like everything else that goes wrong in the eyes of the liberal media, it's the fault of Republicans. Never mind the fact that whole idea of federal healthcare was unpopular with people who already had health insurance and the doctors and hospitals who are now legally obligated to treat people without any guarantee they'll get paid.
The piece written by the New York Times focused on a woman named Liz Jackson. Because her severe nerve condition forced her out of a job, she didn't just qualify for a government subsidized plan, she knew her way around the system. How, you might be wondering. As it turns out she was trained as a volunteer “health care navigator” to help others sign up. Does this count as irony?
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