Health Care Confusion Reigns

So reads the story form the AP in today’s paper. You have got to be kidding me, I along with many others both in the mainstream media and bloggers have said for a year and a half ACA is a rats nest of unexplained costs, wavers that will exceed the twenty seven thousand pages in the original ACA draft.

Wake up America, you will be facing the new higher costs, restrictions on corporate health care insurance, penalties and as the President described in his press conference yesterday “glitches and problems you have in any government program,” something we have been warning against from the inception of Obamacare. Please start-paying attention, don’t wait until October to find out what your options are and what issues you must face. Talk with your company insurance if you had that service or contact HHS and provide them with specific information about you health care needs. You will be surprised.

Dem Challenges Sebelius

For more than two years I have along with many others smarter than me predicted that the American public, according to many polls found Obamacare offensive and suspicious. During the last year I’ve written several articles outlining the impending financial disaster Obamacare or the misnamed Affordable Care Act represents.

Kathleen Sebelius on the other hand has predicted with absolute certainty that the ACA will be implemented on time with material costs savings to the public and open the door to 30 million citizens receiving affordable health care for the first time.

Max Baucus Senate Finance Committee Chairman said
“I just see a huge train wreck coming down” and he told Sebulius “you need to fix this.” Max is the first democrat to question the implementation of ACA in public and it is important because he is up for re-election in 2014 and he was a major supporter and writer of the Obamacare plan when it was introduced. He will not be the last democrat to express doubts about ACA and while Sebulius tries to blame the Republicans all the nation knows there is no Republican hand on the rudder of Obamacare.

I know what will make Obamacare work

The Associated Press in a recent article says that Representative Jan Schakowsky, Democrat from Illinois indicates ACA will be popular “once Americans see how it works” she goes on to say “they are going to love it much like Medicare.”

However if you go further into the article AP acknowledges that health care costs are going to go up. They point that there is a challenge for the administration, it is new participants in Obamacare. AP says, “They need lots of healthy & Young as well as passive & unengaged to offset the higher costs of covering the sick and the worried.”

I don’t disagree with AP but I question whether or not the young and healthy are going to go into a system when most of them don’t believe they need health care or for that matter they will ever get sick. Further I can’t think of any group that is more “passive & unengaged ‘ than young people. I do agree with AP that if the administration doesn’t get these people Obamacare will fail. However the failure will not occur before it costs American citizens over the age of thirty five tens of millions of dollars in the form of penalties imposed by the Obama administration plus outrageous health care insurance rates.

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Stories will continue to come out about the uncertainness of legally implementing the Obamacare policies. Today the Associated Press, not an unfriendly media outlet to the Obama administration released an article pointing out that the new “health care law could leave 500,000 kids uninsured” also that the Obama administration says “it hands were tied by the way congress wrote the law.” It would probably be smart for all media outlets to recall that Obamacare was passed in the first two years of his first term when both houses were in the hands of democrats and passed without support by any republicans.
I assure you we will see many more “problems” with Obamacare and they will center on what is becoming a clear fact, Obamacare will cost more to implement, take much longer in the implementation process and require many more “exceptions” to the rules as this process unfolds.