This trainwreck is just too much fun to turn away from.
- Make sure you’re actually enrolled in Obamacare. Don’t worry—if you actually got to the point where you chose a plan, there’s maybe a 75% chance that it actually worked!
- If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. Unless your doctor sees the writing on the wall. Or doesn’t accept Obamacare.
- If you’re a card-carrying leftist and you like your plan, your sad face will be extra-funny when you find out you can’t keep your plan.
- If you liked your plan, you probably couldn’t keep your plan. If you like your new Obamacare plan, well, you probably won’t be able to keep that either. That’s right, every year Obamacare exists is a new “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan” year.
- If you like your medications, you can pay extra. I mean, they didn’t call it the Patient Protection and Unaffordable Care Act for nothing, right?
- If you like your private information, you can keep your private information on Pastebin after hackers have a field day.
- Death spiral? Can’t hear you, la la la! What’s hilarious is that part of the Obamacare push was by lefties saying that this would help avoid a death spiral; instead, we’re seeing them perpetuate a death spiral. Heckuva job, Sebbie.
- Because a broken website, invalid 834s, increased premiums and deductibles, and reduced network coverage aren’t enough, how about erroneous charges?
- Remember when Barack Obama went on the air to explain his Obamacare fix? Basically, he was going to allow (using his monarchical grace) states and insurance companies to ignore arbitrary sections of the law. Well, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield is saying no dice in New Jersey. Aetna has the same policy in Illinois. This was never more than a joke “solution;” it takes a considerable amount of time for a health insurance policy to get through all of the corporate and government bureaucratic hurdles—it usually takes most of the year for this to happen. Expecting companies to turn on a dime in such a highly-regulated environment shows that Obama really doesn’t know the first thing about the insurance industry.
- And now the Obama administration is “encouraging” insurers to violate the law even further. I mean, there’s no problem with signing people up retroactively, right?
- The taxpayers in Oregon have wasted $300 million on their state exchange website. That’s almost as good as the feds, but they just need to try harder.
- If you like your Health and Human Resources secretary, you can be glad she’s not in the private sector, where her lies could get her thrown into jail.