posted on Feb, 1 2015 @ 10:51 AM
a reply to: DontTreadOnMe
You know what the biggest blunder is . . . this is nothing but expanding Medicaid for those that are really in low income status, because the poorest
of the nation, making under 14,000 a year are not even in the qualifying range, for those is Medicaid.
Taking into consideration the amount of people in the welfare range that work but still need government assistance they are all in limbo.
ACA was to go after those that are productive workers, that do not get any government benefits and pay taxes in time, that group is been gouged by
the insurance companies to pay off for the short comings of AKA if you make 45 thousand a year and up you are in the group that ACA is going to go
In this day and time most working people doesn't have a few thousand dollars around to give away to the insurance companies for the deductibles every
year, this deductibles will increase yearly because is not control.
My husband and I deductibles since ACA passing has double in the last year alone and we are under Government subsidized health care due to my husband
been a Veteran receiving military retirement and still working full time, but do not use the VA because I can not. so far the third increase has been
held up by congress but is coming before next year, the goal is to completely eliminate the option for veterans, force us to get into private
insurance under ACA while the active duty will still have the choice, because by the time my husband reach 65 he will be considered a double
Is easier to take the money by force from my husband military retirement as the government is in control the same way that money is deducted for
medicare when it comes to those over 65 getting SS.
The way I see it is nothing but government control in order to satisfy the private insurance business.