Gerald (Jerry) Zezas

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The inside secrets of the train wreck called Obamacare

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I’m starting to see what all the hoopla is with Obamacare. You see, starting on October 1, you will be able to go HERE, put in some simple information and find out if the Affordable Care Act insurance exchange can save you some money on health insurance. Yup, that’s it. That’s the train wreck. That’s what Ted Cruz has been talking about repealing for months now.

You go to https://www.healthcare.gov/ , look around the site, fill in some really basic information and see if you can save some money on health insuance. If your current coverage is better or cheaper than you find on the site, you close the browser and never have to look at it again. That’s how Obamacare will affect people who already have health insurance.

If you don’t have insurance, the site will explain how you can buy it cheaply and, if you have trouble affording it, how you can get assistance to buy it. Many people will actually get it for free.

Yup folks, that’s what we call a train wreck here in the good ol’ USA, at least according to Repubs.

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3 Comments

  1. michael2232 says:

    Hopefully I don’t have any nightmares tonight

  2. Mary says:

    If you get healthcare through your employer, you can’t get it through the ACA. But yeah, otherwise it’s not complicated and certainly not a “train wreck”. The GOP is terrified that once people sign up and find out how great the ACA will be for many people, they’ll never be able to stop it. I hope we get to find that out.

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