Skip to comments.Obamacare has led to health coverage for [9.5] millions more [uninsured] people
Posted on 03/31/2014 10:20:52 AM PDT by Lorianne
At least 9.5 million previously uninsured people have gotten health insurance since Obamacare started, surveys and reports show. ___
(Excerpt) Read more at latimes.com ...
100% unadulterated USDA grade A bullshit.
By their own numbers (48 million uninsured), that still leaves 38.5 million uninsured.
Let me help - BARF ALERT.
Must be before they subtract the 13 million that lost their policies.
Why are you so cynical? In a related story, an anonymous source has reported that a flock of unicorns are flying over San Francisco shitting diamonds.
Like any good leftist the Slimes and it’s writers just make up word use age.....doublespeak is real.
Brain Williams will be popping open Champagne tonight on the Nightly News.
This number is bull-oney. if that were true, they wouldn’t be delaying it constantly.
“At least 6 million people have signed up for health coverage on the new marketplaces, about one-third of whom were previously uninsured.”
“At least 4.5 million previously uninsured adults have signed up for state Medicaid programs”
2 + 4.5 = 6 million
An additional 3 million young adults have gained coverage in recent years through a provision of the law that enables dependent children to remain on their parents’ health plans until they turn 26,
6 + 3 million = 9 million.
But how come so many Dem senators who voted for it are worried?
I am unclear on the concept. Even the WH is putting out a phony number of only 6 million enrollees, so how could ObamaCare be providing coverage for 9.5 million uninsured?
Trust me Lorianne it most illegal here in SO CAL
I’m amazed at the farcical lengths the media will go to for statistics.
Our government cannot tell us how many people have enrolled, paid for, gotten covered, % of Medicaid, used, needed, previously had insurance or were previously uninsured and how many people lost insurance because of Obamacare. But somehow, the LA Times is able to positively come up with a figure that shows how many people have gotten cheaper insurance than they otherwise would have and/or didn’t previously have at all.
Really? Who take this crap seriously?
How many of these *insured* are paying for this, or have to be subsidized?
Medicaid is now run via an additional government bureaucracy of which you and I get to additionally subsidize - while the entire, once great system is devalued. Thanks, 0’Commie.
Mostly takers. Very few payers. Unsustainable. Collectivism.
Those were Leprechauns. And they were shitty Gold.
That's great news.
Maybe now we will get our $2,500 health insurance savings. - Tom
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