Skip to comments.Florida, Georgia [and Indiana] say insurance rates to spike under Obamacare
Posted on 07/30/2013 10:31:41 PM PDT by grundle
Georgia said that insurance premiums for a 25-year-old male currently in a high-deductible plan would rise up to 198 percent in 2014 and rates for many others could rise by 20 percent to 100 percent.
Florida's office of insurance regulation said on Tuesday that rates for individuals will rise roughly 30 to 40 percent next year.
Indiana's department of insurance last week said that insurance costs to individuals under the Affordable Care Act would rise 72 percent.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.yahoo.com ...
All done in an effort to provide insurance to those who didn’t have it, right? /sarc
Too many unwilling participants for it to succeed? Maybe.
Of course they are. As intended...
Good. The next time many of these liberal idiots plan to vote for a Democrat, maybe they’ll think twice and then change their vote.
For some, you just can’t fix stupid. Therefore, let them pay for it.
I love it when a plan comes together - a ready made demographic that doesn’t traditionally turn out in mid year elections, getting primed for 2014. Let’s just hope the Stupid party doesn’t .... doh !!!
Pelosi knew it.
that ain’t good enough when we are stuck paying for THEIR stupid.
I wonder how affordable that is?
Young people overwhelmingly voted for the Bamboozler. Elections, as they say, have consequences.
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