He is still a loose cannon on the other half.
And Shrillary says “What difference does it make?”
“The president’s specific words: I’m really good at killing people, authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann write”
The chart at the link is very telling.
Where’s my $2500?
I was retired on Medicare this year and was still carrying COBRA from my work because my wife is a couple of years younger and not eligible. I found a cheaper policy for my wife, signed up for it and got supplemental insurance for myself. This is probably 2 of the 7 million counts on ObamaCare.
The RAND Corporation has been a government intelligence mining operation as old as the CIA.
How many who have been labeled “uninsured”, are veterans who have been getting ALL of their care through the V.A. system, like me?
And, oh yeah, I refuse.
I would want to see more details on the 27% that were previously uninsured and understand what percentage got it because they are being forced to get insurance. The supposed goal was to get insurance for all these people who did not have it and supposedly wanted it. So how many people does that represent? It is far lower than 27% and I doubt they will ever allow us to find that out.
So that means that after spending billions of dollars, only about 10% of the 30 million or so of people that didn’t have insurance before now have it because of Obamacare.
THAT is exactly the data I’ve been waiting for. Start with the number of insured before this nightmare began, then subtract the number who were cancelled, and add back the number of new sign-ups. And make sure to distinguish between Medicare and normal insurance. It’s not complicated, just easy to lie about and claim you don’t have the data (even if you’re the Sec. of HHS). But it is known, and I’ll trust McKinsey to have done the arithmetic well enough.
This chart needs to be plastered on ever conservative website, every blog, every TV show and the stats need to be repeated with Hannity-like monotony until we get the word out about what a sham and fraud this whole Obamacare thing is.
What’s that... 1% of the population.
Lets not confuse people with facts!
The real question is RETENTION RATES. To get the first payment on any insurance policy is the EASY ONE. It is the second, third, and especially the tenth one once the idea of paying something for nothing actually hits home.
I suspect that the drop off rate in the first year for all previously uninsured people on the exchange will be close to 100%. They couldn’t be bothered to afford insurance before, they won’t be bothered to afford it now.
After all, insurance is the only thing you pay fort that you hope to God you never have to use.
This is ethically criminal behavior on the part of the politicians determined to keep important information from being known.