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Obamacare: More delays coming from WH to assist Dems in midterm elections


Don’t be fooled by more delays coming to Obamacare by the Obama administration. According to The Hill report on Tuesday, more delays are coming which won’t be crashed down on unsuspecting Americans until after the midterm elections of 2014.

The report asserts that the White House will announce that insurers may continue to offer health plans that do not meet Obamacare minimum coverage requirements again. This is to most likely happen next week, according to two sources close to the situation who are remaining anonymous to protect themselves and their jobs.

Giving more time to the keep-your-plan (for now) fix will reportedly avoid yet another round of cancellations of Americans’ heath policies which would have occurred next fall – right around election time.

Instead of having the inevitable with the cancellations happening just weeks before the November 2014 elections, the White House will announce yet another ‘delay’ to what is to come – until the election has passed.

Latest polls by Gallup and other organizations state that as much as 56 percent of Americans do not want Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act, as a law in the United States.