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Old 10-06-2013, 09:10 PM   #497
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Originally Posted by The Lone Bolt View Post
First of all, how do you know "millions" of young healthy people will see "drastic" premium increases? Where do you get your numbers and how do you define "drastic" in this context?

Secondly, how did your premiums increase? Was it your insurance company? If so have you shopped your state's insurance exchange for a better deal?

And what state do you live in? When did the increase occur?
Links about Obamacare's impact on the young:

http://money.cnn.com/2013/05/14/news...ums/index.html

http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/daily...150220951.html

http://dailycaller.com/2013/10/03/st...surance-costs/

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-me...ent-entirely-/

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-1...bamacare-.html

Is 5 sources enough or do you need more, or maybe you just care to ignore the FACTS.


2. My current plan which I am operating under right now, as my employer dropped my insurance coverage last year in advance of Obamacare, I live in Colorado, was $101.00 a month for the last year. The exact same plan, same deductible, same exact coverage, as found through the Colorado Exchange as of 10/3/2013, was $160.00 which is a 58% increase in my costs for the exact same coverage in ALL respects.

Now, if you would like me to break down exactly WHY the costs increased I can actually provide you a letter from Rocky Mountain Health Plan that I requested explaining the rise in my costs for my existing plan and the plan I found through the exchange, when I get it. The nice representative I spoke to on the phone (Amber, because I actually take notes) told me that the reason for this hike is that my former plan was NOT ACA compliant and the increase in my costs was a result a the new plan being ACA compliant. Inevitable whining from you is going to be " but you are getting more benefits that you didn't get before so it is fair". Last time I checked I don't need maternity stuff because I am a guy, I don't have any mental illness, I dont need that, I don't take any prescriptions, do need that. So yes Obamacare increased my costs. Before you ask I make between $60,000 - $85,000 (work for a gas company as a an energy analyst, and have a Masters Degree) so I am not eligible for a subsidy.

That enough proof for you Lone Bolt or would you like to challenge me on something else you have no ****ing clue about.
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