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12-22-2013, 08:40 AM #61
Wayne5 Member
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(12-22-2013, 08:22 AM)CuckooKill Wrote:  
(12-22-2013, 07:32 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  I have a whole thread about my experience on http://www.healthcare.gov. I used it, it worked, I got insurance. I used it during prime time, not late a night. The questions were easy and the kinds of things you would expect. income, address, names, SS numbers, do you smoke?, are you disabled and can't work?, that about it.

Today I saw an old friend I haven't seen in months. She said she was going skip insurance because she thought the web site didn't work. I assured her that it did, I told her my experience. She decided to go home and do it. People die because they don't have insurance.

This doesn't mean that I agree with anything else "not sure" has to say.
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BS people dont die because they dont have insurance. People that dont have insurance die because we dont have cures for cancer or their kidneys fail but not because they dont have insurance.

If I go to the hospital right now they will see without any insurance and then refer me to a doctor that will see me for followup care.

I live in Texas, we have the most uninsured people of any state. I watch them die. If you are part of the working poor, you cant get on medicaid here. If I get sick in a major city like Houston or Dallas I may get enough treatment to stay alive but in the country where the county pays for treatment of people that can't pay you are dead meat. They offer you hospice and all the La La drugs you want, and once they start those drugs you don't care if you live or die. You are just wrong on this one.
12-22-2013, 08:54 AM #62
KILLUMINATI Made Ya Look!!
Posts:4,764 Threads:1,046 Joined:Jun 2012
(12-22-2013, 08:40 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  
(12-22-2013, 08:22 AM)CuckooKill Wrote:  
(12-22-2013, 07:32 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  I have a whole thread about my experience on http://www.healthcare.gov. I used it, it worked, I got insurance. I used it during prime time, not late a night. The questions were easy and the kinds of things you would expect. income, address, names, SS numbers, do you smoke?, are you disabled and can't work?, that about it.

Today I saw an old friend I haven't seen in months. She said she was going skip insurance because she thought the web site didn't work. I assured her that it did, I told her my experience. She decided to go home and do it. People die because they don't have insurance.

This doesn't mean that I agree with anything else "not sure" has to say.
coffeetime.gif

BS people dont die because they dont have insurance. People that dont have insurance die because we dont have cures for cancer or their kidneys fail but not because they dont have insurance.

If I go to the hospital right now they will see without any insurance and then refer me to a doctor that will see me for followup care.

I live in Texas, we have the most uninsured people of any state. I watch them die. If you are part of the working poor, you cant get on medicaid here. If I get sick in a major city like Houston or Dallas I may get enough treatment to stay alive but in the country where the county pays for treatment of people that can't pay you are dead meat. They offer you hospice and all the La La drugs you want, and once they start those drugs you don't care if you live or die. You are just wrong on this one.

Not true but you can play pretend.
12-22-2013, 08:56 AM #63
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
Washington Times 1 day ago


{a liberal publication,,,just so you don't get mad}



Enrollment data will be officially updated next month,

but White House advisors are touting state-based evidence

of spikes in enrollment, particularly in California, New York

and Kentucky.


Still, the pace of enrollment is lagging behind overall goals

for the inaugural period of open enrollment, which began Oct. 1

and lasts until March 31.


“Not accounting for the probable gains in enrollment in the

federal marketplaces over the last couple weeks and greater gains

at the state level, enrollment is about 7.5 percent of the

7 million people that the Congressional Budget Office projected

will gain coverage through the marketplaces next year,

up from 2.9 percent in mid-November,” the Commonwealth Fund’s report said.

The Obama administration is also trying to stem the

political fallout from the millions of people who

lost existing plans that did not meet the health care law’s

coverage requirements.


It’s granted a number of allowances to make sure these people

do not face a coverage gap in January. Most recently,

it said people who lost coverage could claim a hardship exemption

from the law’s individual mandate and purchase a catastrophic-level

plan, if they cannot afford a better one on the Obamacare exchanges.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013...-coverage/


OFFICAL ENROLLMENT NUMBERS NEXT MONTH



If you don't have insurance next month,,,just cause the website

is down,,,or you can't get through,,,or maybe you are already so sick,,,

or too old and can't work a computer,,,or can't get to one,,,

or whatever stupid excuse you got,,,and got your policy canceled,,,

and don't have insurance,,,

it is all your fault,,,just so you know,,,cause we put in special

catastrophic plan and hardship exemption,,,here at the last minute,,,

and have navigators,,,

fresh out of prison,,,to help you,,,so no excuses you

useless eaters,,,oh,,,and if you end up on Medicaid,,,

well you better just accept that,,,and under Medicaid if you

need long term care,,,well you give us your house/car/everything,,,

so no leaving any of that crap to the kiddies,,,just so you know...

(:X
12-22-2013, 09:06 AM #64
Softy Incognito Anonymous
 
(12-22-2013, 08:25 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:  Well Softy, my plan is bronze, it is a lot worse than what I had. It is major medical, nothing more. $5k deductible, 80/20, HMO. I had $3k 80/20 PPO, but I payed more. I will keep you up to date on how it goes. I hope it works, I fear it will not. I don't like doctors. I hope I stay healthy and never need the insurance.

coffeetime.gif

Thank you Wayne5 for the honest update,,,and I hope it works out OK,,,

and you can get to decent doctors etc.,,,because insurance is important,,,

and good healthcare is very expensive,,,and I hope this works out for

everyone else as well,,,though I don't like the approach to this issue

that is currently underway...

(:X



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