“Actually you can signup and pay
It's the subsidy payment system hasn't been setup
nice try. In fact you can signup directly if you wish.
Oh and give me a date for when this economic killing will occur since you're so sure it will happen”
“Because many changed for the 2013 cycle, sorry you didn't plan better (not a good sign for an owner), heck the previous company I worked for made the necessary change in May 2013”
JJJ85883 on Dec 7, 2013 at 22:24:26
“Oh forgot to mention, most of my employees are under 30 years old. In fact one guy who was going to part time work, as he is going back to school,renewed before ACA requirement kicked in and got his coverage for $165/mo, if he would have wanted for ACA requirements to kick in, it would have gone to $315/mo”
JJJ85883 on Dec 7, 2013 at 22:19:41
“Again, for the mathematically challenged,,, I renewed early due to ACA caused increases. This year, as in previous year, cost about $8000 per store location to cover my employees, of which I pay 100% for their benefit. Next year to meet ACA requirements my cost go to $28,000 per year. So genius, tell me why I want to make that adjustment this year?! For the privileged of paying an extra $20,000 for less coverage and higher deductibles? You really need to educate your self a little so you don't look so ignorant.”
“I did, and I can still see that most have adjusted already”
JJJ85883 on Dec 6, 2013 at 15:10:29
“As a owner of a number of operating companies,,, I have to throw the BS card on you. All of my company supplied health insurance policies were renewed in Sept 2013,,,, so for the mathematically challenged,,,, they cant change the policy until it renews next year renewal period which is Sept 2014,,, so explain to me again how all the employers supplied policy are inline with ACA?”
“You do realize that we can't run out of money right?
Its not like Money is some commodity which is in short supply.
In addition, its not as if people are saying they won't buy more US treasuries.
Every reputable economist is saying worry about the debt later and worry about the economy now, the GOP has its priorities backwards”
trb2244 on Dec 6, 2013 at 19:14:45
“Spare me the "reputable economist" rap: there exists no such creature, but there are plenty you might cherry-pick who agree with your position. Doesn't make them, or you correct. Endless money? Every Silly Liberal's dream. Inflation, however, is reality, and apparently you don't remember the effects on the economy of Mr. Obama's model President, one Jimmy Carter. Only the current recession is holding down the Fed's onerous attempts to wear out the Federal printing presses.
How come we only discover the total fallacy of Liberalism when we have an economic breakdown?”
“Not really, only about 1% of Americans have to get a new plans, about 4 million people, that's less than the margin between Obama and Romney, which was over 5 million (and that is assuming all those people voted for Obama instead of Romney)”
“If people want to be signed up by Jan 1st, they can go and get signed up in the next three weeks.
Direct enrollment allows them to bypass the site if they wish.
failure to signup at this point is the fault of the individual”
NW-HardWood on Dec 5, 2013 at 14:53:33
“Ha.....warped sense of whats right. Let's cancel 6 million policies and if 5 million become uninsured....well to bad for them. The window into who and what the left represent is open for all to see and it's not pretty.”
“Of course not, and they are still working on the site, but if you know the site is having issues, its kind of your responsibility to doublecheck”
Christopher Parks on Dec 5, 2013 at 14:55:49
“Agreed. Another way to look at this is that the gov't is the middle man between the consumer and the insurance provider. When have they ever done anything right? Should definitely check directly with the consumer instead of just accepting a gov't run website's word for it.”
“Each side has things they desire to pass a budget, Dems want to help people, while GOP wants to hurt people”
trb2244 on Dec 5, 2013 at 19:26:49
“No. Dems represent their folks and spend money, while Republicans represent their folks and try to cut spending. Reality, however, says, " What will you do when the money runs out?" We're at 17 trillion now...”