Exactly,..<quoted text>Thing is it doesn't do anything to cut the costs of health care that makes regular insurance so expensive. It just takes it over. It does nothing to solve the actual issue and only puts more government in our lives and gives it authority in something it should have absolutely none.
It reminds me of the car insurance scam we all live in..I'll explain..
I live in Ohio, our law says you must have car insurance, when you go to get your tags once a year they hand you a form to sign that says you have insurance, they do not require proof nor do they verify with asking you for a simple card from your wallet. Just sign & drive..so to speak..I am yet to be made aware of a single driver brought up on charges of perjury about signing this document and then not being insured..Yet there are many lawsuits that one of the drivers was not insured..
I think it would be simple to fix it with no fault insurance, you have your own policy...if you get in an accident and have it, you are covered...if you don't then sorry bout your luck...
The problem is that it doesn't generate as much cash flow as the dysfunctional system..that is what I see the OCA as...
We did not need to have an insurance policy for everyone, we only needed to help the ones that actually got sick..the insurance companies did not need to be in this mix...The way this Obamacare system..or non-system as it were, works is to place the money in the scheme before it is necessary to spend...typical of this president..spend now, worry about it later..
Thanks for your post..!