Conservatives question just who makes health care decisions under Obamacare!/BarackObama/status/233372516419264512

“On the issues that matter, you don’t have to take my word for it,” President Obama told a cheering crowd in Denver, Colo., today, speaking primarily on Obamacare and women’s health issues. “You can take me at my record.”

Quite a few conservatives decided to do just that, setting the record straight on just who is making health care decisions under the Affordable Care Act.

@BarackObama You obviously didn't think of that when you forced the healthcare plan on the majority who didn't want it.

— Ashley Wolfe (@AshleyWolfe19) August 9, 2012

@BarackObama Presicely… NOT the government, and NOT you…

— Mark Davis (@MarkDavisGOP) August 9, 2012

@BarackObama ooo and not the government?

— Grace (@GraceMeKing) August 9, 2012

@BarackObama Funny, I thought doctors were the ones who best made health care decisions!

— Simon Philips-Hughes (@Simon_P_H) August 9, 2012

@BarackObama The repeal ACA. Where the Gov isn't in my health care.

— Leanne Wheless (@LeanneWheless) August 9, 2012

Also IPAB (aka Death Panel) RT @BarackObama: "I think there is one person to make these decisions on health care, and that is you.

— Rschrim (@Rschrim) August 9, 2012

@BarackObama we want a competitive market with all companies able to sale across stateliness like car insurance NOT GOV CONTROL

— Laura (@STR8Forward) August 9, 2012

At one time the White House had distanced itself from the term “Obamacare,” but today the president embraced the name.

POTUS: “I delivered on my promise to deliver health reform before the end of my first term. Obamacare. I like that name because I do care.”

— OFA (@OFA) August 8, 2012

If people are making their own health care decisions free of government, shouldn’t it be called something else?

@BarackObama Oh I'll decide. You can bet on that.

— askerlro (@askerlro) August 9, 2012

@BarackObama An excellent argument for repealing the OCA!

— @drlipton1 (@drlipton1) August 9, 2012


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