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(Jan. 30) Today's Top Headlines - 20-year Democrat will retire

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  • John Flanagan posted at 8:56 am on Mon, Feb 3, 2014.

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    Goodbye, Henry, and many thanks from the 5 or 6 million people in the first wave who lost their health insurance and went to the exchanges. You will be remembered by these folks as they face financial difficulties ahead, knowing their deductibles are very high, their premiums skryrocketing. As you retire on your own health insurance plan, you will not have to face what some of your constituents and their families must now endure into the future. But being a good socialist and a Democrat, you probably consider Obamacare a success story.

     

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