Skip to comments.Obamacare: How affordable is health insurance after the Affordable Care Act?
Posted on 10/20/2013 7:06:21 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
Rich Sitko cant wait to buy a new health insurance plan. Sitko, 64, from Essex Fells, now has an indemnity plan from Aetna for which he pays $1,178 per month with a $2,500 deductible.
He believes he will find a less costly option on the new health insurance exchange the online marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act.
His new plan, he said, will still most likely cost close to $10,000 a year and wont have any of his doctors in network. To get a plan similar to the one he has now, hed actually have to pay more money.
Across New Jersey and throughout the country many people, especially those in their 50s and 60s, are experiencing a bit of "sticker shock" as they shop for insurance. Plans cost thousands of dollars per year and many come with deductibles that are a couple thousand more.
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How Many Wheel Barrows can one push? Nope, wrong answer!
For by the time this law is fully implemented one cannot
push that many wheel barrows.
Until reality forces a reset. Until then, it's a race to the bottom in a socialist hell.
Don’t forget to fill the wheel barrows with money.
Paying more and getting less while having no choice in the matter is "affordable"? And "reform"?
Only liberals can say that making things worse is an improvement.
Good news comrades, the monthly chocolate ration will be increased from 25 grams to 20 grams! Cheers to our glorious leader.
Question, how many will die because of ObamaCare?
All I can say is, the American people were amply warned about Obamacare and what we are now seeing unfold, but as usual, they listened to the wrong people peddling pie in the sky utopianism.
My guess is 50 million. Wait until amnesty hits.
Next year is going to be painful..
“And yet NJ votes for another idiot like Booker. “
Democrats have trouble with “cause and effect”.
They vote in an Obama “Mini-Me”.
ObamaCare is like the carpenter who says, “No matter how many times I cut this board, it’s still not long enough”.
The more I look at Obamacare, the more I realize that is what he did. Obamacare is free if you don't earn any money and retirement income doesn't count.
I’ve been trying to find budget numbers including revenue for the federal Medicaid plan. From what I’ve read most of the enrollees are Medicaid . The cost of the Medicaid expansion was to be covered wholly by the fed at first (to the States that opted to do so). I read that CA alone enrolled 600,000 to expanded Medicaid.
If anyone knows where the projections are please let me know. I fear that the gov’t is going to have to borrow/print a lot more money in 2014 and could be the beginning of a collapse.
Look guys no matter how bad the state media will keep blowing smoke up the country’s ass and the public school indoctrinated nimrods will buy it.....we live in a soft version of a 1984 like fascist state now
And fat ass Lou Costello look-a-like f**king RINOS like Chris Christie.
And they will continue to do so right up to the moment the bottom drops out-and then blame the conservatives!
Is there a list of ObamaCare exemptions?
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