Another unmentioned feature?/bug in Owebamacare is the law requires an employer to offer insurance to the employee, but it never mentioned the family of a covered employee.
It also offers a credit on the insurance of that employee that goes to the employer that offers the coverage.
Only those not offered insurance by their employer qualify for the credits in the state exchanges.
Read that last part several times, it’s very important.
Many employers can and will opt to save money by only offering coverage to the employee. The family is left uncovered AND unable to qualify for credits in the exchanges!!!
If say the husband/father is covered at work and earns over about $45,000 a year the family wouldn’t qualify for Medicaid either, because that is based on household income.
The idiot liberals that voted for O’bastard are just starting to find out the truth and they are fuming.
I saw that that glitch will cause 500,000 children to lose coverage. That number sounds low to me.
I wonder if this isn’t all going to come to a screeching halt about one week after people start going online.