Monday, October 28, 2013<quoted text>
When you say stuff like this, I wish you'd include a link, or at least explain what you mean. About half of your posts are non sequiturs.
"The number of Californians without health insurance has been cut in half since the implementation of Obamacare, according to a survey published Thursday.
The study by the Commonwealth Fund, a healthcare research foundation, showed that about 11 percent of adults in the most populous U.S. state were uninsured as of last month, down from 22 percent in the summer of 2013."
It seems that MORE people in California are now able to afford health insurance --- a lot more.
California resident:‘I was all for Obamacare’ until I got the bill
California residents are rebelling a bit against Obamacare, with thousands shocked by the sticker price and rethinking their support, saying that what seemed wonderful in principle is not translating so well into reality.
As Pam Kehaly, the president of Anthem Blue Cross in California, reported, she received a letter from one woman who saw her insurance rates rise by 50 percent due to Obamacare.