First and foremost, I hate the idea of being forced by the government to buy something as a stipulation for being alive.
But putting that aside, Obamacare, in shades of gun controls misdirection, isn’t about giving healthcare to everyone, it’s about the government controlling healthcare.
Why is this? Because millions of people who currently buy their own health insurance have gotten or will soon be getting a cancellation notice of their policies forcing them to enroll in Obamacare which is a bloated, overpriced monstrosity of a cluster.
If you haven’t had your head in the sand the past couple of years you’ve no doubt heard the President go on and on about how if you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it.
I’ve heard that tune since 2009 right up through the government shutdown. Yet now that Obamacare is actually being enacted, the truth is coming out and milllions of Americans will not get to keep their insurance plan.
And did this come as some surprise to the Obama Administration? Not at all because buried deep within this boondoggle of an Act is a standard on which people will lose any grandfathered status their coverage may have when ANY change in their policy, such as simple things like deductible changes or addition of a child, occurs. Obamacare regulations state the foreknowledge of how many people will lose insurance based on these small changes: “the percentage of individual market policies losing grandfather status in a given year exceeds the 40 to 67 percent range.”
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