No I said that the insurance company defined who you had access to.. on their dime. Go outside that list, and you either pay full price or a penalty. Big difference. The claim of the OP was that there was "limiting of choice", which is not true. The choice has always been there, but how much you pay for that choice depends on the insurance company.So? You still have access. You said we didn't.
I am not the one backpedalingBackpedal if you need to.
I did? Where did I write that..or can you read my thoughts? Nothing gets cheaper, especially in a private run healthcare system in the most capitalistic egocentric country on the planet. Now it might not go up by nearly as much as it would have before the law, and yes that is a "saving", aka cheaper for the consumer in relation to being without the law. That has to come down as a plus no?It still is not what you said. You thought it was actually going to be cheaper.
Or do you really think that the GOP has a plan or any idea on brining DOWN the cost of healthcare? hahahahaha yea right.
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Home Depot 20,000
Home Depot Drops Big Obamacare Surprise on 20,000 Employees | TheBlaze.com
UPS 15,000 spouses
UPS to drop 15,000 workers' spouses from insurance, blames Obamacare - Aug. 21, 2013
Walgreen’s decision affects about 160,000 current employees and follows similar action this year by Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD) and Darden Restaurants Inc. (DRI) As an alternative to administering a traditional health plan, all three will send their employees to an exchange run byAon Plc. (AON) Fourteen more companies will join in 2014 when 600,000 people will participate, Aon said.
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22,000 senior citizens just lost their health plan with Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
22,000 lose their health insurance due to Obamacare, as healthcare costs rise - Washington DC SCOTUS | Examiner.com
Congressional Budget Office (CBO). The CBO published an entire report dedicated to estimating the loss of employer-sponsored insurance (ESI). Attempting to model employer behavior, its low-end projection was that 5 million people will lose ESI. Under a different scenario, as many as 20 million fewer Americans could have ESI by 2019.
McKinsey and Company. McKinsey, another consulting firm, found that “30 percent of employers will definitely or probably stop offering ESI in the years after 2014.”
American Action Forum. Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former CBO director and president of the American Action Forum, estimated that Obamacare “provides strong incentives for employers—with the agreement of their employees—to drop employer-sponsored health insurance for as many as 35 million Americans.”
What Are the Odds Your Employer Will Drop Health Coverage? | The Foundry: Conservative Policy News Blog from The Heritage Foundation
No, you didn't. And you KNOW you didn't.No I said that the insurance company defined who you had access to.. on their dime.
Indeed you are.I am not the one backpedaling
I did? Where did I write that..or can you read my thoughts? Nothing gets cheaper, especially in a private run healthcare system in the most capitalistic egocentric country on the planet.It still is not what you said. You thought it was actually going to be cheaper.
Funny; I didn't say a word about "the GOP."Or do you really think that the GOP has a plan or any idea on brining DOWN the cost of healthcare? hahahahaha yea right.
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