Auto Ins...and now Health Insurance - when will it end

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TaxPayer

Rockford, IL

#1 Dec 9, 2012
This used to be a free country....well look at the bright side of it - it still is to all of the Illegal Mexicans.

First they passed the Auto Insurance Law .... which a lot of the poor taxpayers can not afford up to $90.00 per month.

Now comes the Health Insurance Law .... I went to a website and looked it up and it said that if your caught without it you will be Taxed up to $700.00 for the first offense. I guess that our mighty leader forgot to tell people about the Tax .. not fine so that they can put a lean on everything you own if you get caught. You see..If you owe the State or Federal Tax money they can take your Home or Auto or even anything and everything you own.

LOOKOUT world .... He has laid it to us over this one.
rosey

Lexington, KY

#2 Dec 9, 2012
If you don't have auto insurance, who pays for the medical bills and damages you cause? If you don't have health insurance, who pays your medical bills? You won't be "taxed" anything if you get the very affordable health insurance that will be offered.
just found out

Winchester, KY

#3 Dec 9, 2012
rosey wrote:
If you don't have auto insurance, who pays for the medical bills and damages you cause? If you don't have health insurance, who pays your medical bills? You won't be "taxed" anything if you get the very affordable health insurance that will be offered.
Hey Rosey, get back to me with the price of the "very affordable health insurance" please. Also a doctor told me this, I don't know if it is true but the "very affordable health insurance" will be based on your credit score.
rosey

Lexington, KY

#4 Dec 9, 2012
Based on your income maybe. Insurance has always been based on credit scores to some extent. You'll have a database of available plans to choose from. If you've never paid for insurance it may seem high but those paying for it for years will think it's very low. No penalty as long as you have the insurance you need to provide for yourself to take the burden off others and especially the hospitals.
Angel

Bellevue, WA

#5 Dec 9, 2012
Land of the free.... Bah~humbug Nothing is free. Except for the air we breath unless u have to use oxygen then u have to pay for it. This here mandatory Health Insurance that our wonderful leader has demanded us to have is he gonna create jobs for all the jobless people out here? I don't think so. He has been promising jobs for the last four years and i'm sorry but I don't see anything that he has done for the small people its all about the ones who make the 6 figures and more. Again BAH~HUMBUG TO OUR "WONDERFUL LEADER" Just my opinion if I'm wrong then so be it.
TaxPayer

Winnebago, IL

#6 Dec 10, 2012
rosey wrote:
Based on your income maybe. Insurance has always been based on credit scores to some extent. You'll have a database of available plans to choose from. If you've never paid for insurance it may seem high but those paying for it for years will think it's very low. No penalty as long as you have the insurance you need to provide for yourself to take the burden off others and especially the hospitals.
I have had BlueCross for 14 years .... Nothing but a little heartburn and an Inhaler do i use .... So, let me tell you about this Affordable Insurance and pray it does not happen like this.

MY BlueCross Payment 14 years ago ......$ 129.00
My BlueCross Payment Now..same plan.....$ 620.00 .....Now U tell me that this Bullshit is affordable.

I ASK THEM WHY IT WAS GOING UP SO MUCH > THEY TOLD ME THE COST OF HEALTHCARE IS GOING UP > I SAID NOT FOR ME, I DONT GO TO A DOCTOR MUCH > THAT IS WHEN I WAS TOLD THAT IT ENTAILS EVERYONE THAT HAS A POLICY: so when u get a policy - even if it is a law - U will be judged on what everyone does and not just urself - BULLSHIT

U tell me how someone on minimum wage can afford to pay these premiums. You see..just because someone complains U take it for granted that i am a deadbeat and just not wanting to pay for healthcare but alas..Ur wrong cow > I bitch because it is so high.

Wait till you see how these affordable premiums are goin gto come about you are talking about >
YOUR deductible is going to be $5000.00 per year which means you will be paying them for NOTHING because by the time most people pay that deductible it will be November and they will only pay 1 or 2 doctor bills.
Dont let this type of people blow smoke up UR asses > the DEDUCTIBLES will be so high that the Insurance company will never pay a premium > PERIOD !!!!!!!!!!
jeezie belle

Duluth, GA

#8 Dec 10, 2012
What happens to us that have insurance through our spouses? Do we get to keep it? Are they going to make us pay for our own or will he still carry me on his?
really

Lexington, KY

#9 Dec 10, 2012
FED UP wrote:
What ? "AFFORDABLE HEALTH INSURANCE" ? My husband and I are on a fixed income. Our Medicare + supplement + prescription plan =$565.33 a month !!Would someone please tell me how you get affordable out of that ? And then add your vehicle insurance + homeowners insurance + life insurance looks as though we are just living to pay insurance. No light at the end of the tunnel our decision at this point is pretty much........EAT or PAY INSURANCE. Never thought I would ever see this day. The Affordable Care Act is theft by deception, it is robbing us !!
That's what you're paying already. How is the ACA robbing you?
rosey

Lexington, KY

#10 Dec 10, 2012
Healthcare is not free and those who pay for insurance are being robbed by those who choose not to and then cost 100,000 in medical care (when they do need it). We pay for it in increased premiums.

(a)If you've never paid for insurance but just relied on hospitals having to treat you when sick or injured, you're going to pay for insurance now.
(b)If you've always paid for your insurance, the fact that you won't have to pay for (a) anymore will eventually lower your premiums.

Other benefits: Kids covered until age 26; no maximums imposed by insurance companies; no increased charge or denial because of pre-existing conditions; preventative care (mammograms, colonoscopy) free - instead of millions spent on treating cancer later; employers have to offer plans.

If you're truly stressed financially, based on your income, you will receive subsidies. There are charts all over the internet. Google it.
Tom

Winchester, KY

#11 Dec 10, 2012
You people actually need to read the Affordable Healthcare Act. Your insurance is going up now because the insurance companies are greedy. The law isn't in effect yet. In 2014, all insurance companies will be forced to spend 80% of your premiums on actual healthcare instead of lining the pockets of their CEOs. You cannot be denied for having a pre-existing condition. Insurance for women will cost the same as men, not more like it has been.

Stop watching Fox "news" and get your information from reputable sources.
rosey

Lexington, KY

#12 Dec 10, 2012
Tom wrote:
You people actually need to read the Affordable Healthcare Act. Your insurance is going up now because the insurance companies are greedy. The law isn't in effect yet. In 2014, all insurance companies will be forced to spend 80% of your premiums on actual healthcare instead of lining the pockets of their CEOs. You cannot be denied for having a pre-existing condition. Insurance for women will cost the same as men, not more like it has been.
Stop watching Fox "news" and get your information from reputable sources.
The republicans scared the living hell out of them in an effort to get back in the White House and everyone thinks the sky is now falling. If you listened to them and Faux News enough you'd just go ahead and shoot yourself now since we're all doomed. THINK AND READ.

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