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5 days ago.
by slinky
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Obamacare is not "FREE" health care

People have finally realized that the word “free” is nowhere to be found in Obamacare’s “ Affordable Health Care Act”. Coverage under President Barack Obama's health care law won't be cheap. A study released Thursday by the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation found that government tax credits would lower the sticker price on a benchmark "silver" policy to a little over $190 a month for single people making about $29,000, regardless of their age. For uninsured people who are paying nothing today, this is still a big cost that they're expected to fit into their budgets.

 
 

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BeRight

We have idiots in the Oblabla administration: Federal officials Sunday night turned on a portion of HealthCare.gov to allow consumers to explore the benefits and prices of health plans that will be sold for 2015 through the federal health insurance exchange.

Wow , you can now look over plans without signing up first! Idiots.

Posted 567 days ago.

BeRight

You just did it again: YOU say that all the time. The Republicans should go along with what Barry and the Dems want and since the Rep don't you call them obstructionists. You have said it 50, now 51 times in your posts.

You make it sound as though the Democrats are compromisers. Are you writing you posts from Colorado and smoking some wacky tabacky?

Posted 612 days ago.

BeRight

You also make it sound like the Democrats never have "strategized" against a Republican president.

Only Republicans have strategy sessions against the other party?

Are you saying that the Democrats united to make George Bush a successful president unlike the Republicans going after Obama?

Take another puff my friend and inhale deeply

Posted 612 days ago.

BeRight

You just did it again: YOU say that all the time. The Republicans should go along with what Barry and the Dems want and since the Rep don't you call them obstructionists. You have said it 50, now 51 times in your posts.

You make it sound as though the Democrats are compromisers. Are you writing you posts from Colorado and smoking some wacky tabacky?

Posted 612 days ago.

BeRight

YOU say that all the time. The Republicans should go along with what Barry and the Dems want and since the Rep don't you call them obstructionists. You have said it 50 times in your posts.

There was zero compromise in ACA on the Dems side. The only difference in being an obstructionist in that case was the Dems had the votes.

Posted 612 days ago.

BeRight

So, if a republican wins the white house the Democrats will vote for anything that person wants because they don't want to be obstructionists?

The Democrats will roll over and vote the way of the white house even though it goes against their core beliefs?

That is what you are saying the party out of power should do.

You have said it a hundred times in your posts.

Posted 613 days ago.

BeRight

BTW: you should try AmazonSupply.

Posted 614 days ago.

BeRight

BTW: you should try AmazonSupply.

Posted 614 days ago.

BeRight

You mean like Barack's foreign policy?

Posted 614 days ago.

BeRight

Did you ever hear of Amazon**** or Alibaba?

Millions of transactions everyday with no glitch.

They picked a company that failed multiple times with Gov't contracts and were stupid enough to give them another on.

Posted 615 days ago.

BeRight

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner told a House panel Thursday that there will be "visible improvement, but not perfection" on HealthCare.gov.

Still a works in progress? What a bunch of losers. 20 year olds are setting up better web sites then the .gov jerks.

Posted 616 days ago.

moderation

Are you 'drinking posting' again greek?

Posted 618 days ago.

moderation

What about 'em, beright?

Posted 618 days ago.

BeRight

Today: The Obama administration has revised the Obamacare signups from 8 million down to 7.3 million. It seems that 10% of the signees never paid their premiums thinking Obamacare was free.

Posted 619 days ago.

BeRight

Please tell me about the people who had plans prior to Obamacare and had their insurance cost go down? You know, the people who work for a living.

Posted 649 days ago.

belleshun08

You're right! I hear a lot of talk about the negative impact ‘Obamacare’ will have on the American people. Unfortunately, the Obama Administration's Affordable Care Act would cost American households about half of what they would pay under Mitt Romney's proposed [url=*******personalmoneynetwork****/moneyblog/2012/10/01/romney-healthcare-plan/]healthcare plan[/url]. That was the conclusion of a recent study.

Posted 649 days ago.

BeRight

40 million uninsured and Obama does a victory lap when 8 million sign up.

Posted 650 days ago.

BeRight

Republicans are said to want to repeal Obamacare. Supporters of Obamacare say fix it. The Democrats who say fix it need to admit that the Republicans were correct when they voted 100% against that flawed bill to begin with. 100% of Democrats voted for Obamacare without even first reading the bill. That alone should get them thrown out of office. Now they want to fix a bill that is beyond repair. Pre-existing condition coverage, kids staying on their parents policy until 27 are all well and good. It is the other 3000 pages of legislation that is the problem.

Posted 736 days ago.

BeRight, yeah when some of these people who supported obamacare have to pay that big deductible they're gonna be screamin like a mashed cat!

Posted 751 days ago.

BeRight

Thirty companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500, including United Parcel Service, General Electric and retailer Dollar General, have mentioned the Affordable Care Act during their conference calls since March 1 and all through the first-quarter earnings season. Most of the companies talking about the law did so negatively, pointing out how it either hurts demand for their business or causes costs to increase. “There are legitimate complaints,” says Kip Piper, an independent consultant that advises companies on health-care plans. “The ACA does impose costs and obligations that cost money.”

Posted 752 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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