The Horrible Health Care In Massachusetts

Posted by | June 28, 2012 23:23 | Filed under: Contributors Gabe Berman Opinion Politics

by Gabe Berman
Gabe is the author of Live Like A Fruit Fly

As the governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney ruthlessly reformed the state’s health care which was used as the model for the Affordable Care Act – aka Obamacare.

And how have the people in Massachusetts fared? Abysmally.

The state is now bankrupt and only 2% of the people are able to afford health care.

Wait a moment please…someone is whispering something in my ear.

Oh, I’m sorry. It seems as though I have the facts wrong.

In actuality, Massachusetts isn’t bankrupt. Far from it.

“There were concerns that there would be spiraling spending and out-of-control cost overruns,” said Glen Shor, executive director of the Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority. “That has just eminently not been the case at all.”

Furthermore, according to, 99% of the elderly, 99% of children and 97% of non-elderly adults between the ages of 19 and 64 now have health insurance.

How dare you Mr. Romney? How dare you?

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By: Gabe Berman

Gabe Berman is a native New Yorker who settled in South Florida after graduating from the University of Miami. An epiphany, a passion, and a trail of breadcrumbs led him out of Corporate America and into the career he was meant for. After eight years of writing columns for the Miami Herald, his book - Live Like A Fruit Fly - was published by HCI Books and subsequently endorsed by Deepak Chopra. His second book, The Complete B.S. Free and Totally Tested Writing Guide, helps artists find their voice and his latest work, Where Is God When Our Loved Ones Get Sick?, uncovers the answer to this haunting question.

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