A disgruntled Trump supporter sent this:

President Trump sent me this email asking to know my Obamacare DISASTER story.  I couldn’t have been happier to share mine with him. He provided a link where I could share my story. 

Here’s what I sent him: 

My disaster story is that Obamacare has apparently  destroyed the integrity of the guy I believed in, the guy I voted for,  who said that he was going to repeal every last word of Obamacare. The Ryancare amendment proposal that he is trying to sell us is a pig in a poke just like the Obamacare garbage Obama shoved down our throats. 

Now that Mr. Trump has his butt in the chair, he is now part of government and has apparently become just another spineless, two-faced politician. That’s myObamacare Disaster. 

“If you learn only one thing from me, learn this: Government .. is .. NOT .. EVER .. your .. friend;

it’s motives are ALWAYS suspect. Whatever the government wants to do…there’s ALWAYS an ulterior motive.


                               — H.E. Morton (postmaster, tax assessor, township committeeman, circa 1952) to his 10 year old grandson  

I hope you’ll consider sharing yours with him at the link he provides in his below post. 



From: The White House []
Sent: Monday, March 13, 2017 6:27 PM
President Trump wants to know your Obamacare story. Share today:
Obamacare has been a complete failure since the beginning, and things are only getting worse.

Today, President Donald J. Trump held a listening session to hear directly from Americans who have experienced significant hardship as a result of Obamacare’s poor coverage and rising prices.

President Trump wants to hear from hard-working Americans like you. How has Obamacare affected you? Share your Obamacare disaster story.
During the meeting, one woman revealed that she had her health insurance cancelled three times since Obamacare became law. Another attendee had her insurance jump from $17,000 a year to a devastating $52,500 a year for her struggling family, while yet another said her health insurance now costs more than her mortgage.

Obamacare came packaged as the healthcare solution for all Americans. Instead, the country was given hundreds of pages of broken promises.

Millions of hard-working Americans have been impaired by soaring costs, cancelled plans, and overbearing mandates. As one of those innocent Americans, President Trump wants to hear your story about how this disastrous law has affected you and your family.

Share Your Story

Comments (3)

  1. MartinBrian

    Here’s the thing, believing any would-be politician to start with is unwise. If Trump will build a wall, curb invasion (immigration) some, push jobs back into the country, and a few other things, then we should praise him for what he can do. Thinking the chief-executive can up and change legislative-fiat is rather naive to start with. The misnomer “obamacare” was done through the legislature. The legislature gave it life, not the monkey boy. The legislature can change it not Trump. Trump had/has good intentions but with the forces arrayed against him he will be lucky to get anything done. If you want to make some changes ‘force’ the healthcare the people are forced to endure upon all government employees. You’ll see some changes for the good then.

    1. Gail

      That was extremely well said and to the very point. We should be supporting the president in what he can accomplish and bombarding congress and the senate with what we expect from them or vote them out. Can they be impeached? If so impeaching 1 or 2 will get their attention and put them back on track. They work for us not the other way around. If I have employees that don’t do their job I get rid of them.


    If the Ryancare amendment proposal is not going to fix the problem, then the Trumpster should not support it, and refuse to sign it into law.

    The problem is with doctors doing unnecessary procedures, and double billing, lawyers filing frivolous lawsuits, and hypochondriac patients complaining about imaginary illnesses, that are driving up insurance costs.

    Give people 2 doctor visits a year with no co-pay on their policy, and if you don’t use them they can be stored in reserve for when you are really sick.

    This way people will have an incentive to only go when something is wrong, instead on going too often to get their monies worth.

    On the other hand if you are rich, and think you are going to die soon, you can go as often as you like after your 2 visits, but it’s going to cost you.

    If doctors get caught double billing they can lose their license, and change the law back, so lawyers can’t advertise on TV anymore.

    That’s how it was when I was a kid, lawyers couldn’t advertise, and encourage people to sue for any little reason.

    Also what about removing or restructuring anti-trust laws that are one of the main reasons cost are so high.

    Encouraging market competition, and allowing people go to other states would also help.

    The Government need to stay out of it entirely, and allow the private sector to transact business.

    The Governments only job is to make sure that everyone plays by the rules, and doesn’t violate anyone’s Rights…


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