“The Forced Welfare Expansion Act”

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Thus, roughly 81% of the newly insured people in 2016 were simply given free insurance which everyone else funded. How is that a success? A successful reform would have seen people affording their own private health insurance – when and only IF they wanted it – because the product would have gotten better, cheaper, or both. Instead, since that wasn’t accomplished, Obamacare simply pushed people into government-run insurance to pretend it had “solved” the problem. It was called “The AFFORDABLE Care Act,” but a more appropriate name would have been “The Forced Welfare Expansion Act.”
———————- Found here….
Sources:
[a]
https://aspe.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/187551/ACA2010-2016.pdf

[b]
http://kff.org/health-reform/state-indicator/medicaid-expansion-enrollment/?currentTimeframe=0

[c]
https://aspe.hhs.gov/system/files/pdf/187551/ACA2010-2016.pdf

[d]
http://budget.house.gov/uploadedfiles/house_budget_testimony-haislmaier.pdf


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  • leeholsen says:

    I’m ready to start sitting outside the welfare and Medicaid offices and tailing recipients and if their first start is the liquor store or local drug dealer, getting my 25% back that they got from me first.

    Americans that pay taxes and aren’t completely pissed off at anyone that takes welfare or medical care without a serious disability are stupid. id the same people were living with you and doing nothing but take from you; you’d kick them out within 3 months; but we keep inviting more in ?

    people that voted for Clinton and Obama should have to pay triple tax for putting the rest of the country thru this.

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