This was sent to me from a friend I’ve had for 65+ years, Jan Kollitz:



This doesn’t sound good at all to me.

Okay folks, I know you think the C-Span Channel that broadcasts all those Congressional hearings is boring, but, really, you should have been around to watch the Senate Finance Committee’s hearing Wednesday on the Affordable Health Care Insurance Oversight.  Folks, you haven’t seen so many faces of misery since you watched Les Miserables for three and a half hours…and they were all Democrats. And one of them, Senator Max Baucus, was the primary sponsor of Obamacare in the Senate! Now, try to follow me here because this gets pretty complicated. (It seems that Nancy Pelosi was right; you have to pass Obamacare to find out what’s in it…and the Democrats are now learning what the Republicans warned them about. It’s an unworkable mess that is throwing millions of Americans off the health care rolls!) Okay, apparently, tens of thousands of American employers began throwing workers off their health care plans and opting to pay the much lower federal fine for not offering health care for their workers. Thousands more are even now converting their full time workers to part time workers by limiting working hours per week to less than 30, in compliance with Obamacare rules. (Remember when Paul Ryan and the Republicans predicted employers would do this? Remember when Democrats were warned that employers would move to save operating expenses by moving their entire work force into federal healthcare exchanges?) Now, these workers who have lost their health care benefits are busy trying to sign up for state health care exchanges. (There are internet sites available if your state has agreed to sign up to Obamacare). However, when these American workers, soon to be without employee provided health care, go to the Health Exchange to sign up, they are finding they are not qualified! It seems that during the signup process, applicants are required to fill in various income and benefit data, which then flows over to IRS computers who then are to spit out what your premium costs will be and how much federal tax credits you’ll receive in order to receive subsidies to help you afford health care premiums that are as much as 30% more than you were paying under your employers plan!Big Problem! The IRS is only allowing somewhere around 9% subsidy support for Obamacare Health care Exchange premiums that are priced so much higher than the worker was paying under his employer plan! (Surprise, Surprise! Remember Republicans warning that forcing working Americans to pay for the 30 million who pay nothing for their health care under Medicaid would drive the premiums of working Americans higher?)Second Big Problem! The IRS computers won’t mate up with the Health Care Exchange computers because the IRS computer system is obsolete! So when workers try to sign up for Obamacare the IRS and the Health Exchanges are telling applicants to go to hell! And so fireworks really broke out at the Finance Committee hearings on Obamacare yesterday afternoon. Senator Max Baucus, (Dem), said..”how could this happen? I’m hearing from my constituents that they and their families have been left out in the cold and are without health care because the Exchanges are not accepting them!”. Quote from Senator Bill Nelson, (Dem), Florida “my constituents are not going to be happy to hear this administration failed to implement the necessary changes to accommodate health care applicants…someone has to pay for this!” Similar outrage was professed by Senator Ron Wyden (Dem) from Oregon.

Sadly, Obama Program Director for the Health care Affordability Act was on hand to lend testimony. All he could seem to do was sympathize with his Democratic buddies,saying that maybe the problems could be ironed out by the end of 2014 but could offer no ideas about how that could be done.

An Update! This morning a Harvard economics professor came on CNBC and announced that, according to a federal study his group just completed, the Health and Human Services Secretary is going to be forced to come back to this same committee, hat in hand, and request $700 billion dollars more be allocated to Obamacare just to pay for those automatically covered under current federal programs.

Also, sadly, the Wall Street Journal reported that, in addition to the 30 million Americans not currently covered under Obamacare, we can expect tens of millions more who will be left in the “no health care Twilight Zone”; those who were doing just fine with their employee health care plan until Obamacare was implemented this year. And many of those who were working 40 hour weeks will find themselves deemed “part time employees” working less than 30 hours per week and unable to afford Obama’s premiums even if they could get through the application process.And, as usual, while the working poor, and the rapidly declining middle class will be out in the cold without any health care, the Medicaid/Welfare have no worry. They are covered by that $700 billion dollar pot of gold Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services will be demanding from Congress soon!
Sad. Damned Sad.

Lest we forget — today, like every other day, over 90million, LAW ABIDING, AMERICAN GUN OWNERS , have murdered no one .



12 responses to “CRAZY WORLD WE ARE LIVING IN SINCE 2008

  1. Samantha R. Cimilluca

    I never thought that Obama Care was a good idea. Almost everyone I know never thought that Obama Care was a good idea.
    People should not have their money taken away from them in order to pay for people who cant pay for themselves.
    Everyone should be responsible for their own life style.
    I think it is rediculous how much money has been put into Obama Care and it’s good that it is self-destructing itself.
    Since Obama has been president, all I have been hearing is how much worse America has gotten and it is depressing to hear how the economy will eventually collapse.

  2. At the begging I thought that the Obama Care was going to be a really important thing for everyone. But know since that day I have realized that the Obama Care is just ruining the economy. It was something that sounded really good but that I didn’t know what trouble it was going to bring us all.

  3. The more I hear of the ObamaCare the more I think it will make this economy collapse. The ObamaCare is something that sounds really good upfront but also has a hidden agenda that we will not know about that will just destroy itself.

  4. I don’t agree with people having to pay for other peoples healthcare, or any other services. It is survival of the fittest. I do not think it is fair, I understand it is hard to find jobs and healthcare, but I also think that by doing this it allows people to becomes lazy, condones people not having job or looking for a job, and enables people. It is not our responsibility to take care of others, as bad as that may sound.

  5. I remember listening to a congressman complaining that these bills are being passed without so much as a glance at what’s inside. If the men in congress don’t have the cojones to perform their job, then they should be ripped out of the very seats they sit on. I’m tired of it, I’m tired of this government, I’m tired of the zombified people who reinstitute the same useless lump into office every election.

  6. Honestly.. like why are we forced to pay for everyone else who doesn’t have the money. It’s not our fault that people are homeless and can’t pay for things. People have worked their way to where to have gotten today and don’t need to be paying for taxes. I see a homeless person and I give them a dollar or so, but it’s not my job to be paying for what they need.

  7. It is frustrating to see people paying so many taxes when, in all honesty, they are paying for not only themselves but for the people in this country who don’t pay anything. It doesn’t make since as to why others should pay for the people who don’t pay for anything. Why not make them give back to society in some way?

  8. Obamacare is depicted as something very positive and very helpful but in reality it isnt as helpful because there is always someone that has to pay.

  9. I don’t… how… I can’t even comment anymore, every fucking page, is literally bringing me to the conclusion that I don’t know how we can save this country, I feel Obama-care should go out the window, we should have the factories come back to America, stop trying to mandate education, forcing kids into classes to be babysit isn’t giving them any valid information, and these 3 things aren’t even scratching the surface.

  10. I agree that Obamacare will ruin the economy or what’s left of it. Professor Kollitz was just explaining that there is no such thing as “free”. Someone has to pay for it. Obamacare sounds nice in theory, but there are too many risks that come with it.

  11. I guess there is no limit on spending. What ever cost more usually is best!

  12. It’s true about the Americans paying money for the millions who can’t pay for themselves. From what I understand, all of our money is being taken away from us, while it is being given to the people who are taking advantage of receiving it. If I earn money, I would like to do with it what I choose. I’m more likely to donate my money to those in need if it’s my choice, not when it’s being forcefully taken away.

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