Everyone was forced onto Obamacare.
Now, it is collapsing… by design.
Sadly, this was the plan all along – to completely socialize health care after the collapse of competition in this new government-backed monopoly market that represents approximately one-sixth of the entire U.S. economy.
A stinking scam to take the whole thing over – and our health with it.
But really… this is going to hurt a lot of Americans.
As CNBC reports:
One-third of the United States may have just a single insurer to pick from on Obamacare marketplaces in 2017, an analysis released Friday suggests.
Seven entire states are projected to have just one carrier in 2017: Alaska, Alabama, Kansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Wyoming, according to research by the Avalere consultancy.
And more than half of the country, 55 percent, may end up having two or fewer insurers to choose from… “And there may be some sub-region counties where no plans are available,” a report by Avalere on its analysis found.The findings reflect the effect of announcements this summer that three major insurers — Aetna, UnitedHealth and Humana — will sharply reduce the number of areas where they will sell individual health plans in 2017 due to financial losses on those plans, as well as the failures of most Obamacare co-op insurance plans.
Is one choice really a “choice” at all?
This is going to make it much more difficult on everyone – especially the Middle Class, who not only face stagnant wages and skyrocketing living costs, but now must find a way to cope with sharply increasing insurance premiums as well.
And unlike the wealthy who can afford to pay, or the poor who get subsidies and compensation from the government, no one is there to keep these struggling Americans caught in the middle afloat. In fact, the whole plan hinges on millions and millions of average people paying into this, then getting sick, then desperately needing medical coverage.
All this makes President Obama a liar, a cheat and, to be frank — a real a**hole.
And who knows what the hell this vague and open-for-abuse statement means:
“Congress and the administration can choose to stabilize these markets and re-establish competition — but only through a consensus process that brings in a broader swath of the uninsured,” Mendelson said.
I mean, seriously, we were all forced into buying crappy health care plans or else forced to pay an exorbitant tax penalty. And what did we get for it besides completely screwed?