Moronic to say the least-professors know everything because they read it in a book.
Some Americans who have actually been lucky enough to access the Obamacare website are now seeing the grass is not greener on the Obamacare side. It took one man 36 hours and 21 attempts to access the website and purchase a plan. The Obamacare Facebook page is filled with complaints about the high cost of insurance premiums. Some people shopping for new insurance coverage discovered that the plans Obamacare offers cost almost twice as much and covers less than the plan they currently have.
“I am so disappointed,” wrote one woman. “These prices are outrageous and there are huge deductibles. No one can afford this!” The comment received 169 “likes.”
“There is NO WAY I can afford it,” said one commenter after using the Kaiser Subsidy Calculator. “Heck right now I couldn’t afford an extra 10$ [sic] a month…and oh apparently I make to [sic] much at 8.55/hour to get subsidies.”
Another person shared a link found on the federal government’s main Obamacare page listing premium estimates for small business employers:
The information is not very complete as I don’t see anything about deductible or other detailed info, but it does given an actual price as to the “Premium.” It is VERY SCARY!! For example, my insurance plan right now for my spouse and I costs $545 a month with 100% coverage after my $2500 deductible. We are both 32 years old. When I looked at this site for 80% coverage it says it will be $954.78 a month!!!! So compare my old Plan: 100% coverage for $545 a month To New Plan: 80% Coverage for $945 a month. This is only only an estimate but it is VERY Scary for me to see this kind of increase in rates and reduction in benefits!
A single mother of two said she is in school and working full-time while living “75% below the poverty level.” She said she was shocked to learn she did not qualify for a healthcare subsidy. “Are you F’ing kidding me????” she wrote on the government’s Obamacare Facebook page. “Where the HELL am I supposed to get $3,000 more a year to pay for this ‘bronze’ health insurance plan!?!??? And I DO NOT EVEN WANT INSURANCE to begin with!! This is frightening,” she wrote.
Washington Times has more on the Un-Affordable Care Act
Interesting. I've talked with at least 7 people in my local, semi rural area and the savings to them all, including one now on Cobra, was from 200 to 1700 a year. No one said their costs would go up. That is only 7 people out of who know how many, but the odds being 7 out of 7 saving aren't bad. Oh, the one saving a lot is on a Kaiser Cobra plan now.
thanks I'll check it out-they bought it through the fed gov web site?
No. Each state should have their own pages, or they are linked FROM the federal.gov page. I'm in Calif.