Right, and for the rest of us it went up to support your dreg pelosi.Sorry, but my health insurance as a self-employed independent contractor with Blue Cross prior to the ACA was astronomical and was going up 30% per year on average. The ACA cut my insurance costs in half for a MUCH better policy and it's gone up around 10% per year.Sure, insurance make sense for unexpected calamities - but a sane person can budget for regular health care needs. It's irrational, and expensive, to use insurance to finance routine healthcare expenses. The more healthcare we pay for ourselves, the better off we'll be.No one expects bad health news. You get cancer, you need a heart bypass and have no health insurance? You're screwed and most likely will be bankrupted in a very short amount of time.Or better yet, pay for your own healthcare. Insurance is for unexpected loss. It doesn't make healthcare cheaper, it makes it more expensive.Again, I do not care. ACA is a scam. Want good insurance? Get a good job.holy crap azog - you really didn't know it's b4 the SC? they will be hearing the case after the election. do yer own research then.CNBC is fake news. Anything else?What is up to the SC? You keep dodging.It up at the SC and tramp wants it to be gone.Waiting for the SC to do what?He is waiting on the Supreme Court, you know he is trying to end PEC's and the ACA.So why didn’t you answer Will’s point? If he is going to end PEC’s, why hasn’t he done so already?I know you are trying to derail this post so I reported you. This easy, if you vote for tramp gone are the Pec's. Why don't you start a thread on what causes PEC's.The OP should be concentrated on why so many have preexisting conditions. Why do you keep deflecting?I'm sure the board members don't want to talk about me, so I refer you to the OP.You’re missing the key point. We are the fattest and unhealthiest country. Maybe less fast food, fatty and you won’t have worry about pre-existing conditions. Doesn’t all your Jew hatred burn calories?I already did. read the posts.A decision in the case, which could disrupt the health care coverage of tens of millions of Americans, is expected by June of 2021.www.cnbc.com
So your "better yet - pay for it yourself" thing doesn't work. Bad health news is ALWAYS unexpected and is something no one can anticipate.