The site declares in part,
"If you like your plan you can keep it and you don't have to change a thing due to the health care law."
Chris Conover of Forbes reported last week,
"...of the 189 million Americans with private health insurance coverage, I estimate that if Obamacare is fully implemented, at least 129 million (68%) will not be able to keep their previous health care plan either because they already have or will lose that coverage by the end of 2014."
Even the most ardent supporter of President Obama and the Democrats are skeptical of the truthfulness of repeated assurances that individuals can keep their health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act, as evidenced by Bill Maher's interview with DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Friday.
Michael Dorstewitz of BizPacReview reported on the outrageous comments made by the DNC chair yesterday. She stood for the Democrats by saying,
“It was not a lie, let’s just be very clear. When the president and myself and every other Democrat talked about that if you like your health care you can keep it, that was referring to the overwhelming majority of Americans who had health care,” she said. “The reality of Obamacare is, not only are they able to keep their health care, but it is very likely going to cost less and have better benefits.”
Maher, however, was less than convinced. Click on the video to watch the exchange.