Thursday, November 14, 2013

Tales Of Woe

In news that probably came from his weakly, err weekly call with Iowa reporters, CONgressman Bruce Braley thinks Obamacare access needs to be improved, but the healthcare program should not be scrapped altogether amid the ongoing concerns of sign up problems.

A backer of Obamacare, and someone who would know because he ran the health marketplace for the Massachusetts program of mandatory insurance from 2006 until 2010, believes the administration faces lots more problems, even if the website eventually gets up and running.

Much harder was getting “enrollment, billing and premium collections working smoothly.”

“A health insurance exchange is more than a website. It is an insurance store, and to manage it well requires insurance experience, technical know-how and savvy marketing and sales tactics.”

It's run by the government, which is one of the reasons we're screwed and the scientific community is united in that fact.

We're also screwed because the system is an inverted pyramid that will probably topple because the “young invincibles” whose premiums are supposed to subsidize older, sicker people are not happy, including leftist Kirsten Powers, who understands the explanation for the doubling of my premiums other than the fact that it's subsidizing other people.

MiniCommie was among those politicians who told Iowans ObamaCare would “allow Americans to maintain their choice of health insurance.”

The man he seeks to replace in the Senate, CommieTommie Harkin, was another -- “One of the things we put in the health care bill when we designed it was the protection for consumers to keep the plan they have if they like it; thus, the term ‘grandfathered plans.’ If you have a plan you like --existing policies--you can keep them. …we said, if you like a plan, you get to keep it, and you can grandfather it in.”


They should be sued for malpractice.


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