The lies of Obamacare -- the unaffordable healthcare act:
You can keep your existing healthcare plan if you like it.
You can keep your existing doctor if you like your doctor.
You can keep your existing pharmacist if you like your pharmacist.
Families will save an average of $2,500 per year on their insurance costs.
The mandate is not a tax.
President Obama and the Democrats, remember Obamacare is 100% partisan, told the American public how evil the insurance companies are, how greedy the CEO's of Insurance companies are and then crafted a bill (with idiot Nancy Pelosi stating it had to be passed in order to know what's in it -- like read the bill in order to know what's in it wasn't an option. Given that they forced the timeline, what would one expect) which made insurance companies part of the winning monopoly as well as jacking up what had to be in the insurance -- who cares if you needed the coverage whatsoever -- to increase the cost so those could afford the higher prices could subsidize those who could not.
Now, classic Mafia style democrats (look at the history of the democrats on fighting against freeing slaves, fighting against women voting, etc) they claim they are for the poor, but if they wanted to do real wealth distribution, they would have done it with real money vs. what accounted to monopoly money with the subsidies.
My wife and I have Obamacare, and our plans are cancelled once more. What we did have, was expensive; and the deductible so high we did our best to avoid using it. Obamacare has been and continues to be a disaster.
Health insurance is not the way and means to increase access to healthcare where in a free country, every single provider has the very right to state - take this insurance and shove it! We don't accept the insurance!
We need a means whereby the health care providers will accept the form of payment; and that's a cash-based system that puts the patient directly in the relationship with the provider vs. the insurance company being the direct party having the relationship with the provider. Insurance should only be there for catastrophic events, not day to day or month to month healthcare access needs.
The money put into the Obamacare disaster during the year before inception and two years afterwards could have put between $1,000,000 and $3,000,000 in every LEGAL American Citizen's -- including children -- HSA. And then if you wanted real wealth redistribution, have the rich pay a tax that goes into the HSA's of those in need or otherwise covers the catastrophic insurance of those most prone to need or use it.
Then you don't have to worry about pre-existing conditions, age (young or old), rationing, etc. After that or during, then work on how to reduce the overall cost of healthcare including making sure Epipens that were sold for $57 a few years ago aren't being sold for $600 to $900 because of lack of competition et al.