Actor Jake McClain Tells Neil Cavuto Why He’s Tweeting Out Every Line of ObamaCare!

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One actor is taking to Twitter to post every word of ObamaCare. Yup, that’s all 906 pages. So why’s Jake McClain tweeting it out 140 characters at a time? On Your World, he told Neil Cavuto that as he began the daunting task, he realized the government is much more involved than they’ve previously stated.

From his understanding of the Affordable Care Act, McClain said the government makes it almost impossible for people to choose their own insurances, and they regulate everything from smoking to body mass index.

McClain said he’s gained thousands of new followers on Twitter and added, “I’ve been called a hero. I’ve had about five or six people say they’re not going to follow me.”


Watch the interview at Fox News Insider.

Update: 50 Vetoes: How States Can Stop the Obama Health Care Law

…The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) itself empowers states to block the employer mandate, to exempt many of their low- and middle-income taxpayers from the individual mandate, and to reduce federal deficit spending, simply by not establishing a health insurance “exchange.” Supporters of the law do not care for this feature, yet they adopted it because they had no choice. The bill would not have become law without it.

To date, 34 states, accounting for roughly two-thirds of the U.S. population, have refused to create Exchanges. Under the statute, this shields employers in those states from a $2,000 per worker tax that will apply in states that are creating Exchanges (e.g., California, Colorado, New York). Those 34 states have exempted at least 8 million residents from taxes as high as $2,085 on families of four earning as little as $24,000. They have also reduced federal deficits by hundreds of billions of dollars.

The Obama administration is nevertheless attempting to tax those employers and individuals, contrary to the plain language of the PPACA and congressional intent, and to deny millions of Americans the opportunity to purchase low-cost, high-deductible coverage. Employers, consumers, and even state officials in those 34 states can challenge those illegal taxes in court, as Oklahoma has done. States can also block those illegal taxes—and even stop the federal government from operating an Exchange—by approving a strengthened version of the Health Care Freedom Act…


Update 2: Sebelius: Yep, ObamaCare is raising insurance costs

A watershed moment in the ongoing disaster of ObamaCare, as Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius finally admits that health insurance premiums are rising because of the President’s health insurance takeover, per the Wall Street Journal…

…Don’t worry, folks, ObamaCare is blowing premiums through the roof, but there will be subsidies available for lower-income Americans!  That means the rest of us will get screwed twice – once when we pay our higher insurance premiums, then again when we pay for all those lovely subsidies…

Also, Study estimates Obamacare could raise individual claim costs 32 percent  [graphics]


Update 3: ObamaCare’s Broken Promises: “On April 1st, ObamaCare will break its first promises to American Senior Citizens”

Here is a new video from FreedomWorks featuring an elderly couple who will lose their Medicare Advantage coverage on April 1, 2013 because of ObamaCare.


Update 3: Tweet Out: Actor Tweeting Every Word of 906-Page Obamacare Law

Would you ever read a 906-page law? You’d be hard pressed to find anyone who would—but actor Jake McClain is, and he’s taking it to another level. On Friday, McClain began tweeting through every single word of the 906-page Obamacare law, which he opposes.

McClain is using tweetpower to send an effective message.

“Folks … this will probably take a long time to do, but I decided I will read every page, word by word, of Obamacare, and tweet every word,” he tweeted last week.

The lengthy process of tweeting is six days in and McClain has currently tweeted through 27 pages of the document…

…McClain, who also contributes to, doesn’t anticipate finishing the daunting task anytime soon. He tweeted that he may get it done by October at a rate of four pages per day…


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