reply to post by ChuckNasty
Ok, is more to the program than just subsidies, Medicaid and expansions, I guess I wanted to be funny and made a mess of what I was trying to say.
I am going to try again.
Obamacare will end up on one payer system,
How, let me explain.
Obamacare has never been about affordability is about rigging the system into single-payer system, even with the subsidies and expansion of Medicaid
for the states that will take the free (tax payer money) that Obama is offering for the first 3 years and then fund 90% until 2017.
While that sounds good and dandy it is not.
Is bound to fail, because the government will incur in so much debt that it will become impossible to fund.
Is more than subsidies, while those help with the cost (for some people) still the out of pocket expenses and deductibles will eat on the working
class earnings, is a reason why insurance companies keep increasing the insurance premiums and even with the deductibles it will become too expensive,
people will rather pay fines.
Because it was never within the bill how to cap the insurance that has always been the job of the states no the federal government, insurance are not
in the business of losing money, so those that can not be mandated AKA taxed will end up getting into Medicaid expansion in the states that will
If people fail to get into the insurance program lay out by Obamacare, insurance companies will no be able to get the quota needed to keep the program
going, they need a healthy portion of the population to fill the pot for those that will be using the system with pre existing conditions that now can
not be deny, after all we are a capitalistic nation and businesses priority is to make money and profits not to lose it.
At the end, either the program fail within a year or the government to save face will introduce a one payer system and that is what the administration
wanted to begin with on that I agree with you.
That is my opinion and my version of how things will go.