Skip to comments.Another Obamacare glitch: Adding a new baby to plan not easy
Posted on 01/03/2014 7:05:39 AM PST by SeekAndFind
There's another quirk in the Obama administration's new health insurance system: It lacks a way for consumers to quickly and easily update their coverage for the birth of a baby and other common life changes.
With regular private insurance, parents just notify the health plan. Insurers will still cover new babies, the administration says, but parents will also have to contact the government at some point later on.
Right now the HealthCare.gov website can't handle such updates.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.yahoo.com ...
No problem when everyone is having an abortion anyway.
And that’s what these Medicaiders do. Have babies to get more out of the gvmt. Screw up of major proportions.
Probably just a minor [Freudian] slip, with them expecting to put in place a one-baby-per-family policy at some point...
"Fight over Obamacare is History - It's the Law"
Some will opt to just go for the much easier absorption and live the rest of their live in remorse guilt shame depression and drug addiction with perhaps the associtaed breast cancer along wit the 40 million or so other such slaves to ‘women’s rights’
Makes the Huger Games look like an episode of Blue’s Clues
Gee, with its abortion mandate and all, it would kind of make you think that the inventors of Obamacare do not like babies.
So .... that’s why the contraception ‘mandate’ is so important - you just don’t have any kids any more. Kill off the old folks, stop babies from being conceived or abort them if they are .... I believe EZKill Emmanuel is a big proponent of population control and he’s got it written into Obamacare. /s
Fools! It’s all right there on the website! All you do to add a born alive fetus is check the box next to “punishment”!
Meanwhile, the smiling dictator is enjoying a vacation in warm Hawaii, laughing at all the suckers who voted for him.
Gee you would think you’d get this feature for a billion dollar website.
It’s the Law and he changes it every two days.
The whole leftist (misnamed) progressive agenda is anti-human from abortion on demand to killing those who are handicapped or comatose (Terri Schiavo comes to mind). Now they want to warehouse human beings in 200-300 sq, ft cells in NYC and call it affordable housing. The settled (anti?) science of global warming (aka: climate change on cold days) seeks to ration every aspect of what used to be normal life as too much freedom and prosperity harms the earth (CO2 a product of life is now the enemy). So it figures having little CO2 producing critters (aka: children) would not be encouraged, thus not eligible for affordable healthcare coverage. Satan hates the human race and apparently so do liberals (themselves excepted of course). So good luck to those of us who encounter death panels who shall determine our worth to society (aka: them, our owners). For bottom line death is god liberals worship.
Which means we’re no longer a nation of laws,
but a nation of what a man says is law.
How about an OLD baby?..................
We now have a Stalin of our own.
Children under 24 months are not covered under any family plan. You must pay for separate coverage so your costs go up even more. But don’t worry after 24 months your kid can be part of your coverage up to 26 years old.
Don’t worry. Newborn babies make up such a small percentage of people who need healthcare that they really don’t matter... Chairman Obamao has declared that they make up an insignificant portion of his followers and can be sacrificed for the greater good. It is just like all the people who couldn’t keep their private insurance... they make up less than 5% of the population so they don’t matter. Plus most babies can’t even vote. Why should the leftists worry about them at all?
“the Huger Games”
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