I just thought I’d be blunt about it. Here’s the latest news about the Great Hosing.Please add your comments, thoughts and experienced. I know many of you have already received your premium increase or cancellation notices. And perhaps you’ve come across othe rimportan news to share. Please do so in this thread.
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Yes, getting rid of ObamaCare is going to be difficult, but we’ve faced worse problems. Never forget, American actually changed the Constitution to ban alcohol. We managed to repeal that, and we’ll repeal this simple “law” as well. In the meantime, this is an invaluable learning experience, not only about how DC works, but about the so-called Ruling Elite. Information is power, don’t let them pretend this isn’t happening or sweep the disaster under the rug.
Hey liberals, 7 more days until you find out the difference between having health insurance & getting healthcare
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) September 24, 2013
Action! Twitter handles of key senators here==> Melt Their Mentions – The Senate Must Act to Defund ObamaCare
For the record, here’s the graph of the previous 95 months of my personal health insurance premium. This is a high-deductible (and thus a relatively low-cost) plan from Anthem; it protects me against disasters but leaves me to pay ordinary expenses out of my pocket. The blue arrow indicates the passage of the “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act”. Subsequent to that law, my premiums have almost doubled over a 3-year period (from $164 to $300, and then — oddly — a drop by $16 to $284, for which Obama took another victory lap). Contrast this to the first 2 years on my chart, with an increase from $139 to $159, or about 14%. With every increase after Obamacare passed, I’ve received a letter from Anthem citing the expenses involved in meeting the requirements of Obamare. I’m posting this here because I think my experience is typical. This is why employers are dropping coverage, and those of us who aren’t getting paid for by Uncle Sugar are scrambling. In a sane world, the real-world impact of this “Affordable Care Act” would be a major news story, and not a FoxNews exclusive, with some help from the blogosphere. Anyone still supporting Obamacare simply doesn’t understand what’s being done to us.