Can you "guesstimate" how many people will not be able to fill out a 20-page online application for Obamacare? Or just give up?<quoted text>"Predictions of an Obamacare apocalypse seem a little less credible today, thanks to California.
On Thursday, officials in that state offered the first detailed glimpse of what consumers buying health benefits on their own can expect to pay next year. And from the looks of things, these consumers will be getting a pretty good deal." ..."Its hard to provide a precise figure on premiums in the new exchange, which is officially called Covered California, because so much depends on individual circumstances, plan selection, and region. But you can get a sense of the prices by looking at what a 40-year-old single person would pay, on average, for the second cheapest silver plan on the new market. Such a plan, which would cover about 70 percent of a typical persons medical expenses, would go for about $300 a month or around $3,600 a year. That compares favorably with what insurance costs today. The typical employer plan, for example, presently costs about $5,500 a year. Employer plans are generally more generous than the silver plans would be, so youd expect them to be more expensivebut not by such a large margin." Check this out: http://www.newrepublic.com/article/113289/oba... #
What happens then?
If people have no money after being fined by the IRS for not having insurance come January 1, what happens then?
How can the federal government which can't even keep up with Veterans' benefits...has no way of monitoring the waste and fraud in welfare...who can't even figure out who knew what in the IRS scandal...enforce Obamacare for millions of Americans?