Friday, November 1, 2013

The Un-Afforable Care Act
Did Ya Bother to Read Page 34,552?

The Geico Gecko after ObamaCare…

“The (Health and Human Services) Departments’ mid-range estimate is that 66 percent of small employer plans and 45 percent of large employer plans will relinquish their grandfather status by the end of 2013,” wrote the administration on page 34,552 of the Register. All in all, more than half of employer-sponsored plans will lose their “grandfather status” and become illegal. According to the Congressional Budget Office, 156 million Americans—more than half the population—was covered by employer-sponsored insurance in 2013.
Another 25 million people, according to the CBO, have “non-group and other” forms of insurance; that is to say, they participate in the market for individually-purchased insurance. In this market, the administration projected that “40 to 67 percent” of individually-purchased plans would lose their Obamacare-sanctioned “grandfather status” and become illegal, solely due to the fact that there is a high turnover of participants and insurance arrangements in this market. (Plans purchased after March 23, 2010 do not benefit from the “grandfather” clause.) The real turnover rate would be higher, because plans can lose their grandfather status for a number of other reasons.

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Now are you interested in becoming an Indian? Surely there will be some 'recognized' tribe who will open up it's membership rolls for a fair price. 

Don't think for one minute that our Native health care won't be affected in the very same ways as every other American's will; prepare for sticker shock and then join a local Tea Party association to rid the country of the Washington Devils next election day.  

Wow, would that be an appropriate new name for the 'Redskins' football team, if the Onieda tribe gets its' way~?


Anonymous said...

An anagram: the Washington Red Inks.

The Local Malcontent said...

man, I kinda like that.
Could you come by sometime, and tell me how the hell to get to your (latest) website please?

Red Inks, 'cept that most are in the black... heh~!

Anonymous said...

Let me know if you want to be registered; I tried opening registrations but all I got were spammers wanting in.

Anonymous said...

Oh, and pay no attention to the changed avatar on my comments; it's still me.

Most Rev. Gregori said...

Me thinks I have a much better name;
how about the Washington Foreskins, since from their actions, everyone in the government seems to be playing with themselves far too much.