Bend Over and Cough: Some Insurance Rates to Quadruple with Obama’s “Good Deal” on Healthcare
September 25th, 2013
When you live in a fancy house paid for by taxpayers, go on dozens of luxury vacations per year paid for by taxpayers, and have armies of servants cooking for you, cleaning for you, and protecting you (also paid for by…you guessed it – the taxpayers), I think it’s fair to say your perception on a “good deal” might be a little bit skewed.
President Obama feels that the new premiums based on the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare to the masses) are quite reasonable. A positive benefit. An absolute boon to the middle class. “You’ve had is an unprecedented effort that you’ve seen ramp up in the past month or so that those who have opposed the idea of universal health care in the first place — and have fought this thing tooth and nail through Congress and through the courts — trying to scare and discourage people from getting a good deal,” Obama said. (source)
However, people have begun finding out how much they’re going to be paying.
And their ideas of ”reasonably priced” seem to differ with that of the President.
One family in Kentucky got an unpleasant surprise when their premiums changed….it went from $333 a month to $965 a month. That’s right. With Obamacare, the family will pay nearly ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS A MONTH for the exact same coverage.