ACA Fail Fractal
Obamacare Cancellations, Round Two
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  • stanbrown

    Obama is like a new football coach who’s had to forfeit the first two games because he forgot to order uniforms and equipment. Now, he’s celebrating because he’s managed to get his team to huddle up, call a play, break the huddle and line up in the right formation. They still can’t execute a play properly, but obviously, any coach who can get his players to line up in a formation is destined to win the championship, right?!

    Coach Obama might be advised to wait ’til he actually wins a game before he again claims he’s won the Super Bowl.

  • Brian H

    As someone working for a company with a July-June insurance schedule, whose non-ACA policy was cancelled days before the Administration announced the employer-mandated delay, I can tell from my experience over the year with an actual ACA-compliant business-group policy that folks haven’t seen anything yet. Once the bulk of Americans, the 70% who get their insurance through their jobs, have to deal with this — the cancellation/replacement cycle is easier than with independent policies, but the cost-benefit ratio seems to actually be worse, given what we have now versus what we’ve lost — THEN it’s really going to hit the fan…

  • Jagneel

    Keep dreaming. ACA, just like Medicare, is here to stay.
    None of the supposed Kock-sponsored horror story stands up to scrutiny.
    Any one in search of an alternative to ACA will end up finding something that looks like ACA.

    • Dan

      clearly something to be very proud of

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