Health insurance will be cheaper, we were assured. If you like the policy you have, you'll be able to keep it, President Barack Obama insisted.
Those were some of the promises made about "Obamacare," the new national health care law.
But they weren't true.
Earlier this month, the highly respected, nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation reported that about half the Americans who buy their own health insurance will pay more for it and will not qualify for government aid.
That means millions of families paying more for government-approved health insurance they don't want.
Broken "Obamacare" promises have become an epidemic.