Fwd: FW: Obamacare Explained

Now I understand.  I think??

In order to insure the uninsured, we first have to un-insure the insured.

Next we require the newly un-insured to be re-insured.

To re-insure the newly un-insured, they are required to pay extra charges to be re-insured.

The extra charges are required so that the original insured, who became un-insured, and then became re-insured, can pay enough extra so that the original un-insured can be insured for free.

There, I hope that this clarifies this issue once & for all.

Please pass this along so others will understand it.


Anonymous said...

7.5 million insured and counting. Millions more when the medicaid expansion is included, and that could be even greater if Republicans weren't such fucking immoral monsters and agreed to expand medicaid in the 26 or so states that are currently holding out.

Deal with it wingnuts: you lost. The more you whine about it, the more you look like losers.

CharlieE said...

No, you're wrong. No one became uninsured through the Affordable Care Act. People who had noncompliant plans when the bill was signed into law were allowed to keep them, provided their insurer continued to sell them.

Those insurers who chose to eliminate noncompliant plans moved their customers into new plans that were compliant.

Those who had no insurance were required to purchase some.

Those who had insurance through their employers needed to do nothing.

So, here's the explanation, in short:

1. If you had insurance, you have insurance.
2. If you had no insurance, the law required you to purchase some.

That is all.

gruaud said...

For almost a year, FOX News was telling its loyal viewers to NOT buy insurance through ACA.

Now that the deadline for open enrollment is passed, who is screeching loudly about people being denied ACA until the next enrollment?

And that little bit of hypocrisy whooshed right over the heads of FOX viewers.

Anonymous said...

Buh-buh-but what if I LIKE my insurance that doesn't actually insure me?! Placebo Health Care Inc. has paid for all the illnesses I haven't had to treat, and they're so affordable!

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