52 Million losing their health care plans - Chaos in health care - Chaos in dem party
WASHINGTON — Even as President Barack Obama sold a new health care law in part by assuring Americans they would be able to keep their insurance plans, his administration knew that tens of millions of people actually could lose those their policies. “If you like your private health insurance plan, you can keep your plan. Period,” Obama said as he pitched the plan, the unqualified promise he made repeatedly.
Yet advisers did say in 2010 that there were large caveats and that anyone whose insurance plan changed would lose the promised protection of being able to keep existing plans. And a report in 2010 said that as many as 69 percent of certain employer-based insurance plans would lose that protection, meaning as many as 41 million people could lose their plans even if they wanted to keep them and would be forced into other plans. Another 11 million who bought their own insurance also could lose their plans. Combined, as many as 52 million Americans could lose or have lost old insurance plans.
The second paragraph does put it into perspective. Unfortunately, the insurance companies changed the policies which caused the current policy to be dropped. Keep in mind, the only way insurance companies can make money, they need policyholders. That is what will take place. In fact, if you were paying attention Rembrandt, Health Care Insurance Stock prices have been going up. Stockholders are betting the increased numbers of insured calculates out to more profit.
Maybe if your wife would have had a better policy through the ACA you could have done a better job of saving her. Now all you do is whine all day and night. You think that she wanted you do be such a loser that you are today?