Not at all.
I am merely looking for, we keep benefits Obamacare has for people who were not covered before.
Right now, employers are exporting American jobs.
As a result more, and more Americans are without coverage.
First off, we need to reverse the export of American jobs. Companies need to hire and keep American employees, and make things right here in America.
But we also need to cover those who need it.
How we do that, and keep insurance for those with good coverage, is a delicate balancing act.
I’ll let others opine, how we do that.
Do you really think that all the people who are going to get entangled in Obamacare will be better off than when they simply went through an emergency room to get what they needed? I spent more than half of my 60 years without any health insurance, and never missed it. Now my family is out about twenty thousand a year, if you throw in what is lost in salary because of employer contributions. ...What are all the people on Medicare going to do when Obamacare sucks that public teat dry? For almost nothing, medicare recipients are getting good healthcare, better than what most people on insurance get. They aren’t going to like giving up control of their healthcare to be put on Obamacare. Yeah, a lot of people are without jobs now, and sucking the nation’s wealth down the drain of Obamacare isn’t a good plan for creating real jobs. That’s why they delayed the employer requirement. Even the leftest fools in Washington understand the damage it will do to the job market.
The reason that many large firms want Obama care is that it becomes easier to dump their insurance plans onto the state. The fine costs less than the coverage, so best of luck.
My company has said as much. They are lobbying for full on socialized medicine because it will cost the company far less than the current set up.