Skip to comments.Obamacare brings expanded coverage and higher costs to California
Posted on 05/14/2014 6:21:46 PM PDT by george76
Nearly one-third of Californias total population -- roughly 11.5 million people -- will be enrolled in Medi-Cal next year..
Enrollment is expected to exceed previous estimates by 1.4 million, and administration officials said it would cost the state $1.2 billion more than originally thought.
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Coverage is one thing and actually finding physicians is another.
Since Obamacare is screwing the people of California right up the wazoo, it will be a great state for proctologists to live in. An endless supply of patients who just took it up their financial butt.
So sorry. You get what you elect. Obama the Red. Brown the Moonbat. A state assembly that resembles a lunatic asylum, and courts that make the Three Stooges seem like geniuses (which they were in their own way).
It won’t be longer before its single payer in California.
There is no such thing as single payer. Stop buying into that line of thinking.
“...administration officials said it would cost the state $1.2 billion more than originally thought...”
No, actualy it won’t cost “the state” one red cent, since a “state” is an abstract entity with no “money” of its own.
It will, however, cost a fortune for those people who work and pay for everyone else.
But, then, they don’t care - they don’t have families or responsibilities of their own, right?
I’m just saying this is what they drink in California. And they love Obama up the wazoo there. I’m glad I no longer live there. Its too Blue for my tastes.
Expanded coverage? LOL
I’ll bet there are as many uninsured people in the state now as there were before he worked his magic.
Ha! Hope the Kalifornia choke on it.
I am SHOCKED, I tell you SHOCKED.
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