Discussion in 'Healthcare/Insurance/Govt Healthcare' started by francoHFW, Jun 29, 2012.
no more freeloading dupes...
So someone pays the "tax" but still doesn't get health insurance.....uh, they are still freeloaders when they go to the emergency room, moron.
They still don't have health insurance, the Feds just took a little bit of their money to spend on other crap.
Healthcare costs will plummet in the USA
Romney thought of it first. Therefore I'll vote for him first.
Dems core constituencies: the non-living and freeloading dupes
Forcing people onto private health insurance does not make it fre...but you are too stupid to know that.
Romneycare a great success, none of the PUB doom and gloom.
Frontline said cost rises are now 2%, easily the lowest in the USA. So change the channel...
For this reason he also provided for subsidies for individuals living below three times the federal poverty line to make insurance affordable. This “three-legged stool”—banning discrimination in insurance markets, mandating that individuals purchase insurance, and providing low-income subsidies for insurance purchase—became the basis for both our reform in Massachusetts and for the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The enormous success of health-care reform in the almost six years since its passage in Massachusetts can make us more confident that this three-legged stool will work for the nation as a whole. We have covered about two-thirds of uninsured Massachusetts residents, and have lowered the premiums in the non-group market by half relative to national premium trends. And we have done so with broad public support. Moreover, this reform succeeded without interfering with the employer-sponsored insurance market that works for most of our residents: employer-sponsored insurance coverage has actually risen in Massachusetts, while falling sharply nationally, and the premiums for employer-sponsored insurance rose no faster in Massachusetts than they did nationally.
This was all possible because the individual mandate ended the “death spiral” of trying to obtain fairly priced insurance by just forcing insurers to charge everyone the same price. The bottom line is that we can’t have fairly priced insurance for the healthy and sick alike without the broad participation that is guaranteed by the mandate. The mandate is the spinach we have to eat to get the dessert that is fairly priced insurance coverage.
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Forcing people to buy free stuff
Lol its not free dipshit.
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