Plow wrote:cantfishforshit. wrote:Then you're the most naive fuck to ever walked the face of the earth.
That's laughable, Plow. The only thing that has happened is that the website has been lacking. Once that is solved and the program gets implemented it will save us all a lot of money in the long run. Just like when companies dropped the pension and went with the 401K. You will still have coverage, but instead of your company buying it directly for you, they will give you a stipend and you can use the free market to search for a plan that you can afford. This creates competition and will bring prices down. It's already happening at some large companies. It will take a couple of years before the insurance companies start feeling the effects of the increased competition but eventually prices will go down for almost everyone (yeah, everyone except for people that had garbage policies that covered nothing). As far as more time thinking, my IQ hovers between 135-140 (shame you don't hover with it). Most people don't beat that but if you would like, we can have a little competition.
Obamacare, not the website, has cost jobs, forced people into part-time work, canceled millions of policies that folks liked, yada, yada, yada. The folks that have managed to get through the web site are suffering sticker shock.
No...it hasn't. The mandate doesn't kick in UNTIL 2015. If companies have lowered hours it's as a political statement because right now they aren't required to have insurance for employees...You knucklehead. You talk a lot of shit for someone that doesn't know what they are talking about. And AGAIN, those "policies" were horseshit policies that didn't cover a DAMN THING.
"Do you remember, Odin, when in bygone days we mixed our blood together? You said you would never drink ale unless it were brought to both of us?" -Njal