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$2000 deductible on ObamaCare

Is the government pay the $2000 deductible on ObamaCare health insurance?

If you can't afford the premium, how do you pay for the deductible.

So far the government is responsible for an approximate $4500 premium (smoker) and $2000 deductible for a total of $6500 per year.

If 26 million people will get subsidies (lets say 13 million since half will only get partial subsidies), that is a $84,500,000,000 expenditure per year.

84.5 Trillion per year???

Is this another of the ticking time bombs that the Democrats put in place to explode when Republicans get back in control of the government.

I recommend a $1 per word tax for every word spoken or written by the Atheistic Liberal News and Entertainment Industry.

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$2000 deductible on ObamaCare

Obamacare: Is a $2,000 deductible ‘affordable?'

States are starting to roll out details about the exchanges, providing a look at just how affordable coverage under the Affordable Care Act will be. Some potential participants may be surprised at the figures: $2,000 deductibles, $45 primary care visit co-pays, and $250 emergency room tabs.

Those are just some of the charges enrollees will incur in a silver-level plan in California, which recently unveiled an overview of the benefits and charges associated with its exchange. That's on top of the $321 average monthly premium.


Read more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/obamacare-premiums-to-skyrocket-88-in-ohio-2000-deductible/#PipTluFOLXT4TfpH.99

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I'm not sure if I follow your broken English, but I believe that's billions (awkward). 1000 billions = 1 trillion



$2,000 deductibles

$45 primary care visit co-pays

$250 emergency room tabs.
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Are you suggesting that's too much to expect CA residents to pay? If so, what would your proposal be? Half of that? Free?

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I'm not sure if I follow your broken English, but I believe that's billions (awkward). 1000 billions = 1 trillion

 

 

$2,000 deductibles

$45 primary care visit co-pays

$250 emergency room tabs.

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Are you suggesting that's too much to expect CA residents to pay? If so, what would your proposal be? Half of that? Free?

who exactly will get waivers ?

 

 

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$2000 deductible on ObamaCare

 

Is the government pay the $2000 deductible on ObamaCare health insurance?

 

If you can't afford the premium, how do you pay for the deductible.

 

So far the government is responsible for an approximate $4500 premium (smoker) and $2000 deductible for a total of $6500 per year.

 

If 26 million people will get subsidies (lets say 13 million since half will only get partial subsidies), that is a $84,500,000,000 expenditure per year.

 

84.5 Trillion per year???

 

Is this another of the ticking time bombs that the Democrats put in place to explode when Republicans get back in control of the government.

 

I recommend a $1 per word tax for every word spoken or written by the Atheistic Liberal News and Entertainment Industry.

 

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$2000 deductible on ObamaCare

 

Obamacare: Is a $2,000 deductible ‘affordable?'

 

States are starting to roll out details about the exchanges, providing a look at just how affordable coverage under the Affordable Care Act will be. Some potential participants may be surprised at the figures: $2,000 deductibles, $45 primary care visit co-pays, and $250 emergency room tabs.

 

Those are just some of the charges enrollees will incur in a silver-level plan in California, which recently unveiled an overview of the benefits and charges associated with its exchange. That's on top of the $321 average monthly premium.

 

 

Read more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/obamacare-premiums-to-skyrocket-88-in-ohio-2000-deductible/#PipTluFOLXT4TfpH.99

 

Count your zeros, that isn't 84.5 trillion, it is 84.5 billion

 

Plus why would they add a $2000 for everyone and then add on a second deductible for smokers, for a total of $6500?

 

Another point: Not every person uses their ENTIRE deductible EVERY SINGLE YEAR. I'm older and I don't have a deductible, but I haven't used more than $500 per year in health care costs in the past 20 years.

 

 

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Count your zeros, that isn't 84.5 trillion, it is 84.5 billion

 

Plus why would they add a $2000 for everyone and then add on a second deductible for smokers, for a total of $6500?

 

Another point: Not every person uses their ENTIRE deductible EVERY SINGLE YEAR. I'm older and I don't have a deductible, but I haven't used more than $500 per year in health care costs in the past 20 years.

 

 

Thank you for the correction.

 

The reason I reduced the number of people from 26 million down to 13 milllion was to allow for those that would not use the full deductable.

 

I'm not sure if I follow your broken English, but I believe that's billions (awkward). 1000 billions = 1 trillion

 

$2,000 deductibles

$45 primary care visit co-pays

$250 emergency room tabs.

--------------------------------------------------------

 

Are you suggesting that's too much to expect CA residents to pay? If so, what would your proposal be? Half of that? Free?

 

My proposal is to phase out all Socialism and expect people to stop the evil/sin that is producing the need for most health care/welfare.

 

The need for most health care/welfare is produced by homosexuality, adultery and drugs which can be avoided by a person.

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