Landrieu's ObamaCare -- Fewer health care choices
Mary Landrieu says ObamaCare “holds great promise and is getting stronger every day,” but the reality is the law is causing patients to lose their doctors and face decreased access to care. That’s not a Republican talking point, that’s according to The New York Times:
“No matter what kind of health plan consumers choose, they will find fewer doctors and hospitals in their network — or pay much more for the privilege of going to any provider they want.”
The Associated Press piles on, citing the harsh reality that stands in contrast to what Mary Landrieu and Barack Obama promised Louisianans.
“With insurance cards now in hand, consumers are finding their access limited across all price ranges. The dilemma undercuts President Obama's 2009 pledge that: "If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period.”
No wonder six in 10 Louisiana voters oppose ObamaCare. But instead of recognizing her mistake, Landrieu has said she would vote for ObamaCare again if given the chance – and has doubled down on her track record of rubberstamping President Obama’s liberal agenda by endorsing Harry Reid to continue in his role as Democrat leader.