Skip to comments.The Taste of Obamacare in 2015 will be Worse that 2014
Posted on 03/06/2014 1:57:55 AM PST by sr4402
Millions of Americans found their premiums and deductibles skyrocketing last October. I know, I was one of them. But based on how few new folks have signed up, I'm predicting an even worse premium skyrocket (and maybe even the deductibles) in 2015.
Can anyone doubt that the average American will see there premiums increase and for many become unaffordable? This will be for the lucky ones who still have employers who can afford it or for those who can get through the aweful Obamacare Websites.
Democrats are planning to push back the Obamacare insurance requirements so the public doesn't see the full impact in November. But will they be able to cover up the painful premium increases and more in October?
I don't think so.
Will the Press be able to continue covering Obama's lie that our premiums would decrease $2400 then?
I don't thinks so.
The media will cover for 0 - they are worthless.
I’m giving you props for the headline, though.
The thought of ‘tasting 0care’ made me throw up in my mouth a little...
The Deductible is (allegedly) capped in the legislation. It can’t go up, though the premiums can.
It’s all for naught though if the right can’t make the case that the Left fcuked this up, and that their delays won’t prevent the damage.
Amerians: "Do you expect me to complain?"
Auric Baraq al Qaeda-Obama: "No, I expect you to DIE."
No problem. All Obama needs to do is say that EVERYONE is eligible for subsidies to bring premiums down to below their cost in 2009. Dems keep the senate and do ok in the house elections.
While he’s at it why doesn’t Obama just tell insurers to bill the government for the entire premium and any deductibles? No need to go through healthcare.gov - just tell the insurer which policy you want. That’ll make 2016 easy for the Dems.
With no debt ceiling and a Congress that doesn’t care about division of power can you find any holes in my solution? How does it differ from what Obama has been doing to the law? (other than a bigger budget impact - but “no debt ceiling” so who cares)