Posts Tagged ‘insurance’

It’s Not Good Enough To Simply Oppose Obamacare

It’s not good enough to simply oppose the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). If you are going to continue to complain about the health care law, then you need to offer an alternative. Because health care in the United States pre-Obamacare was unacceptable, and well, that’s not subjective, it’s reality. Because when tens of millions of…
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Obamacare Critics Wrong On Employer-Provided Health Care

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One of the many darts thrown by Obamacare critics, was that companies would stop offering health care benefits, instead sending their employees to the federal or state exchanges to shop for insurance plans. So far, that critique of the Affordable Care Act has yet to materialize. Surprise: Obamacare is helping, not harming, traditional healthcare Since rising healthcare costs have…
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A Question For Obamacare Foes

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With Affordable Care Act enrollment now at 8 million, I have a question for Obamacare foes. I know you think the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is a bad idea, and you believe it can’t work, and you have said all along the law is a failure even before such a judgment was possible. And I…
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The Cost Of American Health Care: A Personal Story Without The Spin

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I’m one of the lucky ones: I have the skills, time and resources to analyze the situation and find the best choice for my family. I’m also lucky that I make enough money to afford the ever higher costs to insure my family. But what happens if the luck runs out? I’ve heard a lot…
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Obamacare Anecdote Failure

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In their Obamacare opposition, Republicans are now reduced to anecdotes based on misleading or false reporting, and in so doing, they are deceiving themselves. Because millions of Americans have now signed up for health care coverage under Obamacare, that means Republicans are left with their loose evidence and their bad intentions. And in many cases…
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