They wrote: “Wal-Mart Stores’ ~ U.S. employees will pay between 8 percent and 36 percent more in premiums for its medical coverage in 2013…” Then they wrote, this is on the same page: ” The law, the biggest reform to America’s health care in decades, is intended to make health care less expensive, but critics question if it will succeed.”

Read again the part: Obamacare – “is intended to make health care less expensive, … Critics question if it will succeed.” CNBC first wrote “U.S. employees will pay …..more” then they wrote “critics question if it will succeed.” They gave an example that proved Obamacare did not make healthcare less expensive. Their own words proved healthcare not only will not be less expensive. Their own words proved health care will not cost the same. They proved: “employees will apy more”. How clear are their words yet how is it that they are not only confused about what they wrote, they don’t believe their own words. This is serious. This is not some grade school analysis. CNBC is at the top of the journalist field. Only the top people get to write for CNBC and this shows how wrong they are.

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