“Wed worried the GOP would succeed in defunding it or undermining it in some other way that would put affordable coverage further out of our reach.”
1. It’s scary to think people actually believe that.
2. I stopped reading after the first 20 sentances but something tells me this woman never gave the GOP any credit for trying to warn her and stop this mess. All she does is lament her and her husband’s current situation.
Have another glass of champagne dumbass, we tried to warn ya but noooooooooooooooooooo the evil Republicans............................You deserve what’s happening to you.
The author's name is Steve and he's talking about his "husband", not her husband.
The part of the article I found most odd was how the wife had to do all the insurance calls and dickering for the husband. I have to wonder why he can’t actually take care of himself. What a batch of pathetic whiners. They wanted something for nothing, and merely got nothing for something as one should expect with such a desire.
Of course the article still ends with their fervent belief in unicorns and pixie dust solutions intact. What utter morons.
Oh, and it’s the insurance companies’ fault.
Gee, the poor little fags are upset because the joint cost of drugs and medical insurance is going to cost him 600 a month. That is what I pay for my individual group plan which my employer pays 40% of the cost. These jerks are blissfully ignorant of what their former employer was paying on their behalf. Worse, they have the temerity to believe that it is the government’s (taxpayers) responsibility to pay for their healthcare so they can pursue their life’s dreams. Sorry sucker, go to work and get your healthcare on your dime, not mine.
It’s husband and husband. I read the entire thing. Nothing new - Obamacare is a giant failure. We told them so.
There are no women involved.