Skip to comments.Obamacare: Does Covered California really have you covered?
Posted on 08/28/2014 6:18:14 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
A worrisome trend is emerging among some Californians who thought they were safe and secure under Covered California: Their plans are being canceled without consent and sometimes without notice.
Take Ricki Manahan, who lives in Truckee near Lake Tahoe. Manahan and her husband signed up for an Anthem Blue Cross plan from Covered California early this year.
They paid their premiums but out of nowhere last month, the couple received new insurance cards in the mail for Medi-Cal, the state's Medicaid program, which provides publicly funded insurance to low-income residents.
A growing number of Californians with Covered California plans are learning sometimes through happenstance that their plans no longer exist. Some, like Manahan, are getting shunted into Medi-Cal. Others are dropped outright.
All of them say they feel helpless and betrayed.
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“All of them say they feel helpless and betrayed”
Well then, they’ve achieved the very status that their Demofascist overlords have striven for. I wonder how many of these “helpless and betrayed” victims voted Democrat most of their lives and how many times did they vote for Obama?
“And speaking of Facebook, it doesn’t hurt to take your complaint to social media.”
Ah, so now Facebook is the final forum of appeal for the depredations of Obamacare? Well, not exactly, but perhaps whining on Facebook takes away a tiny bit of the sting whenever the peasants learn of their death sentences from the Obamacare bureaucracy.
That’s unexpected. The democrats cheered when Pelosi, Reid, and Obama undermined the rule of law to pass ObamaCare. Now the rule of law no longer protects their annual contract under ObamaCare, and they are angry. It’s a shame they didn’t support the rule of law back when their support would have mattered.
All of them say they feel helpless and betrayed
That’s the norm when under socialism/fascism, isn’t it?