Skip to comments.AP-GfK Poll: Another Worry About New Health Law
Posted on 12/16/2013 5:39:37 AM PST by lbryce
Just when the government's insurance website is starting to run more smoothly, an Associated Press-GfK poll finds a potentially bigger problem for President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
Americans who already have coverage and aren't looking for any more government help are blaming the law for their rising premiums and deductibles.
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Am I in the least bit concerned what people have to say about the overwhelming problems 'Obama-Doesn't-Care' is plagued with? Do I give a giant turd what is being said in the media about 'Obama-Doesn't-Care' and the way in which it has gone poorly?? Of course not. And why is that?? Why is that? It's because obsequious, bootlicking sycophants like Paul Crud-man has declared 'Obama-Doesn't-Care' Having Won (won what? the booby prize??) a long time ago.
............if you just arrived from Mars and looked at The entire history of the US Government and it’s self destroying debt, and you had a modicum of intelligence, you COULD NOT conclude ANYTHING ELSE but that Obamacare was now a failure and always will be a failure because the US Government has created something (itself) that is TOO BIG to manage ANYTHING!!!
The US Government LITERALLY COULD NOT RUN 50 lemonade stands much less 50 healthcare exchanges. Until the Libs “get that” they can continue to spend a hundred hours per month looking at their computer screens! To some of us, that picture is a “thrill up our leg”.
THIS is LIBERALTHINK: Phyllis Dessel, 63, of Reading, Pa., believes she is finally enrolled after 50 attempts online. The retired social worker, a political independent, currently has her own private insurance.
When Dessel described her experience, she jokingly asked, “Do you mind if I cry?”
Thanks to tax credits available under the law, she was able to save about $100 a month on the monthly premium for her new coverage. But she had to switch carriers because staying with her current insurer would have cost more than she was willing to pay. She hasn’t gotten an invoice yet from her new insurance company.
The premiums she found on the new insurance marketplace were “not at all” what she expected, said Dessel. “They were much, much higher.”
A supporter of Obama’s overhaul, she believes changes are needed to make the coverage more affordable.
“I think with a lot of amendments or updates, it could be very, very helpful and beneficial,” said Dessel.”
Lady, you ARE paying MORE and yet this law is affordable?? Best yet we AREN’T going to “fix” this law; we’re going to REPEAL it, you can’t fix a turd!
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