100 Million will lose their health care

100 Million will lose their health care

Insurance is only good if you can use it. If you need services but have not paid your premium which has skyrocketed (see pictures) you will denied coverage. If you have a deductible you must pay that first. Well for most people the average deductible is going up towards $10.000! Considering the average income for people under 35 is around $31K. After the government takes their 17% share of your money, the states takes their 10% what you are left with is a choice between diapers, food, and gas or healthcare.

Although these are not exact statistics they are the average. So basically about 100 million Americans are about to lose health insurance.


Families enrolled in bronze plans will have average deductibles of $12,393


Most families cannot afford to cover this cost. The average household income is around $50K. That would mean almost 20% of their income.


This has been the greatest LIE perpetuated on the American people.

This has been the greatest LIE perpetuated on the American people.

About 100 million will not be able to get adequate health care and it will not be covered by insurance.

About 85 percent of customers who buy Obamacare plans on government-run marketplaces have low or moderate incomes that qualify for subsidies that reduce their premiums. Nearly 60 percent have low enough incomes to also get help reducing their out-of-pockets costs, in the form of deductibles, co-payments and co-insurance costs.

Health and Human Services Department Secretary Sylvia Burwell has noted that 72 percent of customers of the federal Obamacare marketplace will be able to find an insurance plan that will cost them $75 or less in monthly premiums after subsidies are factored in.

But millions of people do not qualify for such assistance, because they either make too much, or because they earn less than 100 percent of the federal poverty level.

Those people, when open enrollment in 2017 plans starts next Tuesday, will be facing some tougher choices over what plans to buy, or if they can even afford to buy them. Under the ACA, most Americans must have some form of health coverage or be subject to a fine that can equal 2.5 percent of their household income.


Competition across the state.. This creates people, doctors, and insurance companies competitng for your business. And the winner is the consumer.

"If the government cant even deliver the mail, what makes you think they can provide healthcare" Tripp Mehew

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