That's so ridiculous. How does government or anybody else for that matter able to determine what a person is or is not capable of affording? Does government know what my bills are? Does government know what monthly expenditures are? No. They just figure since you make X amount of money, you should be able to spend it the way they want you to, no questions asked.<quoted text>
That's only for longterm care and it sounds exactly the same as the provision for Medicare. My God, you don't understand any of this.
Since you make too much to qualify for Medicaid, you should be able to find on the exchange a good policy that you can afford. Your demonstrate lack of knowledge and belief in boogeymen combined with your conflicting and questionable personal accounts indicate you are much more interested in complaining about the President than you are about getting health insurance.
If a person making let's say $34,000 per year purchased a home years ago where his or her mortgage is $1,000 per month, does the government take that into consideration? How about a person that has a $350.00 per month car payment on top of that?
What the government figures is that you make X amount of money, so you should be able to afford healthcare insurance that you once had through your employer because you have nothing better to do with your life but work for healthcare insurance. So sell your house. Sell your car or boat. File for bankruptcy so you don't have to pay any other bills but your new overpriced healthcare premium.