The train wreck called ObamaCare
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#749 Apr 3, 2014
Did anybody catch Obama's moment of clarity during his "Victory Lap" speech?

He said that Obamacare is "working" and "doing exactly what it is supposed to do."

Democraps: No longer the party of "the rich must pay for the poor".
Now it is the middle class paying for the poor and lazy. Funny how the 1% have thrived under Obama.
Trigger

Minneapolis, MN

#750 Apr 3, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
Did anybody catch Obama's moment of clarity during his "Victory Lap" speech?
He said that Obamacare is "working" and "doing exactly what it is supposed to do."
Democraps: No longer the party of "the rich must pay for the poor".
Now it is the middle class paying for the poor and lazy. Funny how the 1% have thrived under Obama.
Right On!

The 1% of both parties always do well no matter what pary is in control.

Seems to me the workersare paying for the lazy bums insurance.

All the exempted loffers on Obamacare are the lazy bums.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#751 Apr 3, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
Did anybody catch Obama's moment of clarity during his "Victory Lap" speech?
He said that Obamacare is "working" and "doing exactly what it is supposed to do."
Democraps: No longer the party of "the rich must pay for the poor".
Now it is the middle class paying for the poor and lazy. Funny how the 1% have thrived under Obama.
The 1 % is thriving under the Supreme Court the republicans ones.
yep the right wing supreme court is the republican ace in the hold card,and they never leave home without them.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#752 Apr 3, 2014
Trigger wrote:
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Right On!
The 1% of both parties always do well no matter what pary is in control.
Seems to me the workersare paying for the lazy bums insurance.
All the exempted loffers on Obamacare are the lazy bums.
Paul Ryan promise to take you off of medicare and he will repeal the ACA . and BTW you seem to be the lazy bum,and do you ever work or even sleep ?
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#753 Apr 4, 2014
redeemer wrote:
<quoted text> The 1 % is thriving under the Supreme Court the republicans ones.
yep the right wing supreme court is the republican ace in the hold card,and they never leave home without them.
Now you are blaming the worst piece of legislation in the history of this country on the court system? Wow, that certainly is grasping at straws.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#754 Apr 4, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
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Now you are blaming the worst piece of legislation in the history of this country on the court system? Wow, that certainly is grasping at straws.
That depends on what you consider the worst legislation,we consider the worst is Citizen United and unlimited political donations to buy elections,by the rich and powerful.and also their Unconstitutional bride taking,the selected Robert Court will be the biggest corrupted investigation in u.s history coming soon tom a country near you.
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#755 Apr 4, 2014
redeemer wrote:
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That depends on what you consider the worst legislation,we consider the worst is Citizen United and unlimited political donations to buy elections,by the rich and powerful.and also their Unconstitutional bride taking,the selected Robert Court will be the biggest corrupted investigation in u.s history coming soon tom a country near you.
If it isn't bad, why isn't all of it implimented yet?
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#756 Apr 4, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
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If it isn't bad, why isn't all of it implimented yet?
Speak English I cant' understand your point Libby.
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#757 Apr 4, 2014
Nov. 15, 2012: Exchange deadline delayed. The Department of Health and Human Services gave states an extra month to decide whether they would set up their own health insurance exchanges — a decision it announced just one day before the original deadline.

July 2: Employer mandate delayed. The administration declared that it wouldn’t enforce the fines in 2014 for businesses with more than 50 full-time workers who don’t offer health coverage. The fines were pushed back to 2015.

Nov. 21: Open enrollment delayed for 2015. The administration pushed back next year’s enrollment season by a month.

Nov. 27: Small Business Health Options Program (known as SHOP) delayed. Online enrollment for the federal health insurance exchanges for small businesses was delayed.

Dec. 12: Enrollment deadline extended. Customers on the federal enrollment website were given nearly two more weeks to sign up for coverage effective Jan. 1.

Dec. 24: Enrollment deadline extended. In a message on HealthCare.gov , customers were told they could get help finishing their Jan. 1 applications if they were already in line on Dec. 24.

Jan. 14: High-risk pools extended. The high-risk insurance pools, which originally had been slated to close Jan. 1, had already been extended once.

Feb. 10: Employer mandate delayed. This time, businesses with between 50 and 100 workers were given until 2016 to offer coverage, and the mandate will be phased in for employers with more than 100 workers.

March 14: High-risk pools extended. The special, temporary coverage for people with serious pre-existing conditions — which was supposed to last only until the health insurance exchanges were in place — was extended a third time for another month.

March 25: Final enrollment deadline extended. The March 31 deadline — the end of enrollment for 2014 — will be loosened for people with special sign-up circumstances.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#758 Apr 4, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
Nov. 15, 2012: Exchange deadline delayed. The Department of Health and Human Services gave states an extra month to decide whether they would set up their own health insurance exchanges — a decision it announced just one day before the original deadline.
July 2: Employer mandate delayed. The administration declared that it wouldn’t enforce the fines in 2014 for businesses with more than 50 full-time workers who don’t offer health coverage. The fines were pushed back to 2015.
Nov. 21: Open enrollment delayed for 2015. The administration pushed back next year’s enrollment season by a month.
Nov. 27: Small Business Health Options Program (known as SHOP) delayed. Online enrollment for the federal health insurance exchanges for small businesses was delayed.
Dec. 12: Enrollment deadline extended. Customers on the federal enrollment website were given nearly two more weeks to sign up for coverage effective Jan. 1.
Dec. 24: Enrollment deadline extended. In a message on HealthCare.gov , customers were told they could get help finishing their Jan. 1 applications if they were already in line on Dec. 24.
Jan. 14: High-risk pools extended. The high-risk insurance pools, which originally had been slated to close Jan. 1, had already been extended once.
Feb. 10: Employer mandate delayed. This time, businesses with between 50 and 100 workers were given until 2016 to offer coverage, and the mandate will be phased in for employers with more than 100 workers.
March 14: High-risk pools extended. The special, temporary coverage for people with serious pre-existing conditions — which was supposed to last only until the health insurance exchanges were in place — was extended a third time for another month.
March 25: Final enrollment deadline extended. The March 31 deadline — the end of enrollment for 2014 — will be loosened for people with special sign-up circumstances.
So what ! The ACA is working and working well and you have lost,and Obama has won so blah ,blah all you want to no avail chump and this November the people will speak up for the admin and against the party (republicans)of hate and no..
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#759 Apr 4, 2014
redeemer wrote:
<quoted text> So what ! The ACA is working and working well and you have lost,and Obama has won so blah ,blah all you want to no avail chump and this November the people will speak up for the admin and against the party (republicans)of hate and no..
It is not working. But the 1.7 billion blown on the web site and advertising sure would have paid the insuirance for a lot of poor people.
Trigger

Minneapolis, MN

#760 Apr 4, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
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It is not working. But the 1.7 billion blown on the web site and advertising sure would have paid the insuirance for a lot of poor people.
All the ACA did was to insert a layer of expensive Governmet employees and an expensive WEB page between doctors and patients.

Feel better now?
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#761 Apr 11, 2014
Too funny!
Admitting FAILURE, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius , became the FORMER HHS Secretary today.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#762 Apr 11, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
Too funny!
Admitting FAILURE, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius , became the FORMER HHS Secretary today.
Sec. did not admit failure ,because she did not FAIL,she has serve her country with Excellence and she has Distinguished herself over and beyond the call of duty,and have been an Exemplary Secretary of HHS..

Thank You Madam Secreatary we will miss you and history will not forget your loyal conbtribution to the people of the United States of America.

Mission Accomplish......Were Moving Forward For America....2014....This is No Drill!
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#763 Apr 11, 2014
Obam doesn't think much of her either:

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was the icy and determined face of Obamacare from the beginning.

But she was always President Barack Obama's second choice for the job, and before she resigned on Thursday after overseeing the rocky rollout of his signature health reform law, he snubbed her.

http://www.nbcnews.com/#/health/health-care/s...
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#765 Apr 13, 2014
redeemer wrote:
<quoted text> Sec. did not admit failure ,because she did not FAIL,she has serve her country with Excellence and she has Distinguished herself over and beyond the call of duty,and have been an Exemplary Secretary of HHS..
Thank You Madam Secreatary we will miss you and history will not forget your loyal conbtribution to the people of the United States of America.
Mission Accomplish......Were Moving Forward For America....2014....This is No Drill!
NBC's Meet The Press today:

“It made it pretty clear it really wasn't an option, to stay on," Sebelius said.'I thought it was fair to commit until January of 2017 or leave with enough time that he would get a strong, competent leader.”
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#766 Apr 15, 2014
In yet another desperate move to calm the waters before the mid-term elections:

The Census Bureau is changing its annual survey so that it will no longer be prone to measurement errors that inflated the estimate of the uninsured.

“We are expecting much lower numbers just because of the questions and how they are asked,” said Brett J. O’Hara, chief of the health statistics branch at the Census Bureau.
redeemer

Saint Paul, MN

#767 Apr 15, 2014
LIbEralS wrote:
In yet another desperate move to calm the waters before the mid-term elections:
The Census Bureau is changing its annual survey so that it will no longer be prone to measurement errors that inflated the estimate of the uninsured.
“We are expecting much lower numbers just because of the questions and how they are asked,” said Brett J. O’Hara, chief of the health statistics branch at the Census Bureau.
Libby did you notice that the sky hasn't fallen yet,the only person/party that's desperate for our country and this President to fail like you all have is you,you idiots can't even buy a victory or a win in anything I wonder why is that?
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#768 Apr 15, 2014
redeemer wrote:
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Libby did you notice that the sky hasn't fallen yet,the only person/party that's desperate for our country and this President to fail like you all have is you,you idiots can't even buy a victory or a win in anything I wonder why is that?
I don't see how anyone wouldn't already think our president has FAILED this country.
LIbEralS

Saint Paul, MN

#769 Apr 16, 2014
Thanks Obama...
"I have been in pain. I've been vomiting. I lost 22 pounds. The pain is unbearable. My medication helps me function during the day," added Ms. Figueroa, who has undergone four brain surgeries for her conditions, which require her to take numerous amounts of medication.

Although her insurance company, Emblem Health, assured her she was covered, her insurance card was denied.
While she had signed up for new health coverage -- because her insurance carrier dropped her old plan -- the company's internal paperwork apparently wasn't filed.

She also learned that all her long-time doctors didn't accept the new insurance plan.

http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2014/04/...

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