Carly Fiorina claims that ?emergency room visits are up over 50 percent? under the Affordable Care Act. Her campaign did not respond when we asked where she got that figure, but there is no evidence we could find to support it.
Fiorina, who is running for the Republican nomination to be president, made the claim on CNN?s ?State of the Union,? when she was asked about the Affordable Care Act requiring insurance companies to cover people with preexisting conditions. Fiorina said she has endorsed that goal, but she said the law has not worked ? including the promise that it would save money by reducing emergency room visits.
Fiorina, Aug. 9: Demonstrably, if you look at the results of Obamacare, what you see is emergency room visits are up over 50 percent.
We asked her campaign for the source of the statistic, but we didn?t get a response.
You guys don't care about lies or you would vote differently and you wouldn't defend half the crap you support?
LMAO Comical coming from someone that loves killing people through "war," discriminating against them, screaming "JESUS" in their face to support your bigotry, and getting all your information from Alex Jones and Glen Beck.
We don't support your intolerance and the hatred seeping from your pores. You're just going to have to get over it.
We don't support your intolerance and the hatred seeping from your pores. You're just going to have to get over it. "Or not"...lol.
Well put Jams...I like yeeeeewwwwww.
"If you like your healthcare plan. You can keep your healthcare plan Of course the mechanics of how that worked is completely irrelevant. If ignorance were a tree, Id be talking to a Thicket of Redwoods.
emergency care is still needed, with or without insurance- if you go for a cold, that's one thing- but if something's really wrong, that's where you're doctor tells you to go- so I really don't see why that would change-