My favorite was this : "Why are folks working so hard for people not to have healthinsurance? Why are they so mad about the idea of folks having healthinsurance?"
Yes, we are mad.
But not because people are getting insurance, not becausewe would rather people get sick, die or go bankrupt.
The anger, if the President actually cared, is buried alittle bit past the initial numbers. Let me explain why some might be mad.
The White House has announced, to much fanfare, )."WhiteHouse Press Secretary Jay Carney said that by the midnight deadline 7,041,000Americans had enrolled on the federal and state-run insurance marketplaces thatare part of Obamacare.
How many of those had insurance that ? "A report by the McKinsey Centerfor U.S. Health System Reform found that 89 percent of Obamacare enrollees hadhealth insurance in 2013. Only 11 percent were uninsured last year."
Up to 89% of folks buying coverage from the marketplaceare doing so because ObamaCare got their coverage cancelled. Gee, why wouldanyone be upset about the government taking credit for forcing them into ahealthcare policy after that same government cost them their plan?
How many of those are now on ? "A report released Thursday by the said that 83 percent of the 4.2 million people who hadselected a plan as of March 1 had qualified for subsidies, which average nearly,000 per person."
Each person is getting k from the government for theirhealth care? Gee, why would anyone be mad about that given our current fiscalstate?
How many have actually paid? No one knows, seriously...NO. ONE. KNOWS.
No one... "Neither Obama nor Carneysaid of the enrollees had paid their first month's premiums or disclosedany demographics. In its , the administration has identified enrollees as Americans who have selectedplans from state or federally run insurance marketplace websites, such asHealthCare.gov, but has not disclosed how many of those individuals paidinitial premiums."
Think about that, are we to believethis super-expensive website does not have a way to measure how many peoplehave actually paid?
Gee, why would anyone be mad aboutbeing treated like an imbecile by their government?
How many are now on Medicaid thatweren't before? 8.9 million.
Gee, why would anyone be mad aboutswelling rolls of government dependency?
And all of that conversation ignores all the 45 millionuninsured nationwide before this bill passed.
Under any real scrutiny this thing is a disaster and afailure.
Maybe that is why some of us are "mad"?
But he also declared the entire debate to be dead....
"The debate overrepealing this law is over," he declared
Well... Yes sir, Mr. President!
We will all just be quiet now, we wouldn't want to seemmad.
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