Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Domestic Policy' started by Drumcollie, Aug 9, 2013.
Think about it...How much money do you need to tell insurance companies to charge a lower rate?
What do you mean, isn't defecit nuetral????
Check outNY, CA, and Md......bad news for you, the costs went Down
Poor Drummy.. fact adverse (kinda like pRick Scott and his intransigent Obama-hating bagger-heads).
First the Republican-controlled House voted for the 40th time to repeal the Affordable Care Act in whole or part. Then as members departed for their August recess, Republicans were handed instructions for an "Obamacare media tour," a negative campaign playbook to follow in their home districts. Yet the truth is the law is already succeeding at improving health care coverage for millions of Americans, and the coming online insurance exchanges will save consumers money in many states. The situation is less certain in Florida, where consumers are paying the price for Republican attempts in Tallahassee to sabotage the law at every turn.
The simple truth is that it costs the treasury more to defund Obamacare than it does to fund Obamacare -- $109 billion more to defund -- according to the CBO. Closing down Medicaid expansion does have costs when compared to the annual costs of treating millions of uninsured people at the ER.
109 billion to defund? Now you know this isnt going to save the taxpayers anymoney...your screwed coming and going. How much should it cost to tell insurance companies that you need to make rates affordable. America got effed on this deal...thanks for the third world approach to politics democratics.
Bad news for you...cost went up for everyone else and if you think cost went down in these places...watch so will services.
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