Skip to comments.Rand Paul says his son was accidentally enrolled in Medicaid
Posted on 01/05/2014 12:34:56 PM PST by The Old Hoosier
Another example of Obamacare's brilliant implementation in Kentucky. In the short video clip, he pulls out his son's Medicaid card and shows it to George Stephanopoulos...
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Yeah, I can understand that. Why, only last week I accidently
enlisted in the US Army as a transgender chaplain.
Here is the youtube video if you get stuck behind the damn poll question box that wont close!
I wonder how many thousands were “accidentally” put in Medicaid.
You mean DUMPED !!
All of ‘em.
Proceeding according to plan.
It’s nice to see Dave Freddoso making the rounds in print, as always.
It is baffling and bizarre that anyone could be in a plan without signing something.
It’s Medicaid, not Medicare
Sorry, I typed “Medicare” but it’s “Medicaid” that has the pay-back provision.
That’s MEDICAID and it’s been that way for years. Why shouldn’t the taxpayer be reimbursed for paying your bills?
Don’t get insurance through the exchanges and you won’ be forced into Medicaid.
Of course the Medicaid recipient should pay back when they can. The problem being discussed here is that Rand Paul’s son was signed up for Medicaid without being asked.
“The problem being discussed here is that Rand Pauls son was signed up for Medicaid without being asked.”
I’m well aware of that,but they used the exchange to sign up. As I said in my previous post this wouldn’t have happened if they hadn’t used the exchange.
Given my confidence in Senator Paul's intelligence, I suspect he knew that.
BINGO! Let's hit the Sunday shows with the evidence.
And I don't fault him a bit. In fact, I laud him.
Exactly the same thing that happened to Senator Paul happened to me on the California exchange! I tried to sign up for me, my wife, and our infant son. I was told my son does not qualify for Medi-Cal (the California version of Medicaid), which was fine with me because I didn’t want my son enrolled. But just a couple of days ago we got a Medi-Cal card with my son’s name on it!
Meanwhile, the application I submitted on Dec 7 still hasn’t been processed and our family’s health insurance status is a mystery.