This is the dialog box at the top of the page:
Many people who apply will pay lower monthly premiums than those shown here. Households with yearly incomes up to about $46,000 for individuals or $94,000 for a family of four will qualify for lower costs. The prices you see are for people who don't use tobacco. You'll get final quotes for specific plans based on your income and household after you complete a Marketplace application.
Cost based on income, how about cost based on services provided?
That is 100% income redistribution, richer pay more to subsidize the poor.
I assume you’re not acting surprised here.
This is the Chicago mob come to DC.
Obamacare is all about rewarding friends and penalizing enemies.
Of course it is.Our salvation comes form the fact that most of the poor still can't afford coverage even if our taxes pay most of their premium.
And, what about the deductibles? I am seeing $6-12k annual deductibles in many places. This is not in the budget for any poor person.
It’s going to be nothing but fun waiting for the smokers to figger out that smoking can’t be a “pre-existing “condition? Aids is OK but smoking? You smokers please report immediately to your closest deathpanel. After they tie you to a post or gurney you’ll get one last cigarette. I’m still waiting for my check in the mail çause the Kenyan said I was gonna save $2,500 per year——waiting-—waiting-—not holding breath tho.