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Over 30 states tell President Obama, “No Thanks” to setting up Obamacare exchanges.
Dr. Valerie Arkoosh explains how ObamaCare’s new health insurance exchanges will function, how they will benefit those not receiving healthcare through an employer, and how they will increase competition among insurers and drive down the overall cost of healthcare in the United States.
Two years of Obamacare. Senate Democrats promised it would lower costs, lower premiums, cover everyone, and protect Medicare. Instead? Twice the cost, higher premiums, 23 million people left out, and $500 billion cut from Medicare. nrsc.org
Insurance Executive: ObamaCare Has Bent The Cost Curve Up, Not Down cnsnews.com
Cost of Government Center Executive Director Mattie Duppler appeared on Fox Business with Neil Cavuto last night to explain Obamacare’s consequences for American taxpayers.
On Monday’s CBS This Morning, Cheesecake Factory CEO David Overton spotlighted the looming economic impact of Obamacare’s implementation, especially on small enterprises: “For those businesses that don’t cover their employees, they’ll be in for a very expensive situation.” Overton also warned that the cost of the law would be passed on to customers. Anchor Norah O’Donnell raised the issue of the still-controversial health care law: “One of the things that’s going to change, of course, in the new year is ObamaCare, or the Affordable Care Act. How do you implement that at Cheesecake Factory, and how will you pay for health care for all of your employees?
Obamacare thoughts and opinions. I don’t think this is a good plan in anyway, shape, or form. It will slowly ruin the lives of American people trying to survive as it is.
Try this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: www.usinsurancequotes.org How much will a health insurance policy cost under Obamacare if you have pre-existing Lung Cancer? Actuarial science suggests about $350000 a year–great reform, isn’t it?
www.usofarn.com all copyrights reserved. November 23, 2012 Rockford, Illinois. Members of Occupy Rockford protest Black Friday and Wal-Mart and get challenged by this Tea Party activist and conservative political blogger about their views. They say Wal-Mart is bad for selling Chinese made products but don’t want to acknowledge that products are made overseas compared to the United States because of taxes, regulations, and the cost of labor. One Occupier went so far as to say that Obamacare was the greatest thing to happen in years and wished that Obamacare went farther, as in single payer socialized medicine. Another kept saying that Corporations, profit, and capitalism were bad, to which I informed him about the late great economist Milton Friedman. These Occupiers just couldn’t seem to grasp the concept that no one is force to apply at, accept job offers from, work at, or stay at Wal-Mart let alone that the people are free to shop at any store they want(and there are literally a hundred stores along East State Street in Rockford, and even more in other parts of the city(Illinois’ 3rd largest). They simply just don’t understand economics. Sorry for the poor audio quality at points it was very windy.