Canceled health insurance policies in Colorado create confusion

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Nicole Butler, 40, of Colorado Springs hugs her son Richard II, 8, while preparing for a Halloween party.
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way to implode a country is through economics (look at our debt, cost of food and wares, etc.), healthcare and aligning ones self against Israel. Obama just sold Israel out to Syria, he has single handedly run up more debt in 4 years than all the presidents combined and lied about healthcare. If you are dependent on him and the govt. you are pawns in his game for the end days. He is a facilitator in the master plan (Revelations).

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All the sub-standard policies are being cancelled. The insurance industrial complex can no longer write, high profit/no benefit 'policies' and claim it's insurance. What a shame these grifters have to deal honestly with their customers, in order to remain in business.
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oliars claim you can keep your insurance with the caveat of being grandfathered in and adding regulations that all policies needed to be changed to allow pre-existing conditions. Was all a ploy as the grandfathering clause was only if current plans remained unchanged but then required the change for pre-existing thus eliminating the grandfather protection. Quite a 3 card monte game oliar played. Wait till all the employer plans lose their grandfathered policies due to the same conditions. The only plans really safe are the 2500 waivered union plans sebillious granted waivers to the past 3 years and of course gubbmint employees who get their platinum plans fully subsidized by taxpayers. Lotsa obumbo voting sheeple included in these insurance policy losses which will probably bite odummy in the asz eventually (if they can move reggie love out of the way).
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conservative crapola wrote:
All the sub-standard policies are being cancelled. The insurance industrial complex can no longer write, high profit/no benefit 'policies' and claim it's insurance. What a shame these grifters have to deal honestly with their customers, in order to remain in business.
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replaced by the oliar exchanges high premium, high deductible, high co-pay substandard policies. quite a gain there.
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The best wrote:
way to implode a country is through economics (look at our debt, cost of food and wares, etc.), healthcare and aligning ones self against Israel. Obama just sold Israel out to Syria, he has single handedly run up more debt in 4 years than all the presidents combined and lied about healthcare. If you are dependent on him and the govt. you are pawns in his game for the end days. He is a facilitator in the master plan (Revelations).
better way to deflect from the Obamacare debacle than to send set up a crisis... a drone to Pakistan and have someone shoot up LAX (watch the news).
For a president that is so "knowledgeable" he sure as h-ll has no clue (don't believe it) as to what is going on inside his administration. Obamacare website...no clue, Bengazi...no clue, spying on US citizens via cell phones and e-mails...no clue, IRS, DHS, DOD and the list goes on. Whenever something happens this man is "clueless" and herds his sacrificial lambs to go through hearings. Shameful. The Chancellor of Germany and The Pope have surpassed a US president for the first time in recent history as the most powerful world leaders. God help us.
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conservative crapola wrote:
All the sub-standard policies are being cancelled. The insurance industrial complex can no longer write, high profit/no benefit 'policies' and claim it's insurance. What a shame these grifters have to deal honestly with their customers, in order to remain in business.
it take for you to wake up and smell the coffee? My God man look around you. Obamacare is not affordable on any level. Folks are going straight to the Medicaid website which is what Obama wants. Total dependence on the government. To date 29,000.00 lost souls in CO applied for Medicaid since Oct. 1st since they could not access the "Marketplace" and 26,000.00 of those applications have been approved. Who do you think pays for this subsidy? You and I you crazy socialist. Maybe you have the money for continued taxation for illegals and freeloaders but I do not. This is no longer the USA. It's a global joke.

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lolol wrote:
oliars claim you can keep your insurance with the caveat of being grandfathered in and adding regulations that all policies needed to be changed to allow pre-existing conditions. Was all a ploy as the grandfathering clause was only if current plans remained unchanged but then required the change for pre-existing thus eliminating the grandfather protection. Quite a 3 card monte game oliar played. Wait till all the employer plans lose their grandfathered policies due to the same conditions. The only plans really safe are the 2500 waivered union plans sebillious granted waivers to the past 3 years and of course gubbmint employees who get their platinum plans fully subsidized by taxpayers. Lotsa obumbo voting sheeple included in these insurance policy losses which will probably bite odummy in the asz eventually (if they can move reggie love out of the way).
Are you equating this to the rugby ruse of having pre-existing conditions covered, only if you already had insurance covering those pre-existing conditions?

That's the gop's jump-through-the-hoop healthcare, for ya.

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lolol wrote:
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replaced by the oliar exchanges high premium, high deductible, high co-pay substandard policies. quite a gain there.
Forgot the higher tax burden which makes them "seem" cheaper because they have subsidies in the price.

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