Affordable Healthcare Act Raises Insurance Rates In 90% Of States

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Enrollment in Obamacare Exchanges: How Will Your Health Insurance Fare?

Obama believes that there are 57 states, so that means that more than 50 states have increased premiums.

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23 Responses to Affordable Healthcare Act Raises Insurance Rates In 90% Of States

  1. Ivan says:

    Hmmm… what’s that old saying?
    I’m from the government and I’m here to help you.

    • Wyguy says:

      Full credit: The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help. ‘Ronald Reagan’

  2. squid2112 says:

    Ummmm, it is far worse than this table depicts. This table compares “non-group” private rates with the ACA rates. Those that are getting thrown out of their “group” insurance and dumped into the exchanges are seeing a much much greater increase than this table shows.

  3. Okie says:

    And sadly, it appears to by design, to force single payer. And after the government shut-down cave, do you think more than 10 republicans will actually oppose it?

  4. John B., M.D. says:

    I predict Obama will ask Congress for a bailout of health ins companies early next year after fewer than expected young healthy people sign up. He and Democrats will demonize Republicans for not caring about the old and sick.

    Obamacare launch and health ins death spiral (when not enough healthy young people sign up): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5nZ-SwngnE

    • John B., M.D. says:

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    • Lou says:

      Ehh… If vitamin D testing becomes a standard on yearly basis, there would be a lot less money to go around in medical industry. Big pharma would bankrupt, etc.

      http://www.lewrockwell.com/2009/05/bill-sardi/take-vitamin-d/

      Ironically, Dr. DeLuca from University of Wisconsin has over 100 patents for vitamin D knockoff including Vitamin D2 that is often prescribed by doctors to treat vitamin D deficiency. OTC vitamin D3 is much better and cheaper though.

      • slimething says:

        I requested a Vitamin D blood panel about 3 months ago after finding out it was never checked. 30-50 nmol/L is considered ‘acceptable’ (50 being ideal). Mine was 21 !!

        I take 4,000 units of D3 a day, and now many of my symptoms are going away.

        Magnesium is also very important. The standard serum test does not give the true picture however. I don’t recall the best test, but not many doctors are familiar with it.

        The RDA charts are a joke.

        • gator69 says:

          I discovered a new study on vitamin D deficiency about 7 years ago and it changed my life. I buy my fix at Walmart, and it is by far the best and cheapest supplement I take. I have shared this info with all my friends, family, and coworkers and seen it work virtual miracles. Everyone should look into this.

  5. slimething says:

    Today I had to take a detour off the E-way through Saginaw, Michigan and ended up in the rough part of town, hoping my car didn’t break down (forgot my guns too). To my amazement, in the middle of the area with boarded up houses, there was one house with a large banner that looked like the Democrat campaign headquarters. From what I could read (it was getting dark), it said:

    Support Obama and Biden

    We support Unions
    We support the Working Poor
    We support the Poor

    …….then there was a lighted sign on the lawn saying it was an ACA center to sign up for Obamacare!!!

    I’ll be going through the area again soon and will be sure to take pictures and post. It was purely political in nature.

  6. slimething says:

    If government were in charge of the Sahara Desert, there would be a shortage of sand.

  7. chris y says:

    I live in Florida. Self-employed.
    Before ACA- $190/month premium.
    After ACA (I get to keep my plan)- $778/month premium, with a larger deductible. Bronze plan.
    Platinum plans ratchet this up to almost $1200/month.

    Didn’t The Dear Leader blather on back in 2008 about making rates necessarily skyrocket?

    Forward, comrades!

  8. slimething says:

    You’re covered!

  9. slimething says:

    Oops, wrong one. Sorry for multiple posts.

  10. gator69 says:

    I’m curious as to how this table arrived at its figures, considering the unknowns at present. They must have a better Internet connection than us 99 percenters.

  11. Shazaam says:

    It must be unhealthy to be near Mordor on the Potomac. The rates of increases for Virginia are unreal!!!

    Well, the fed-gov is gonna go bankrupt anyway. With Obomanation-care, at least we’ll get it over with sooner rather than later.

    The only ones really, really smiling about Obomanation-care are the early retirees. Who now get a free ride with their “subsidies”/voter-bribes. And they are precisely the demographic that will quickly bankrupt Obomanation-care.

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