Please, sign up for healthcare.You have people trying to discourage you from signing up for healthcare something you may or may not have. Why would anyone want to discourage you from signing up for a resource that would benefit you and your family? They don't care if you or your loved one needs medical care; they are concerned about who is footing the bill. Sign up for the Affordable Health Care (Obamacare)and go see a doctor!
If this program is so good, how come Obama and his minions that forced this law down our throats aren't signing up? I tell you what, I'm not signing up because the plan I have through my employer puts this debacle to shame. Is it remotely possible that Obama and his minions health care are superior too?
The mind is a terrible thing to waste. There are so many independent researches that lay out how this law is a failure for the country and we still have decent people believing information from a government website with its minions in tow. These are the same people who've lied to us so many times already.
ACA is not going to be the boogey man it was portrayed to be by the Republicans, who by the way are held hostage by the Tea Partiers in their ranks.
Hence, the Republicans are now holding AMERCA hostage by forcing the shutdown of the Federal Government.
The majority of Americans BLAME the Republicans for this fiasco. Conservative Republicans have adopted an uncompromising rigid stance regarding ACA. Their denial to make health care available to all citizens comfortably fits with the Party of NO!
Approval for Congress and the GOP hit all-time lows this week as the government shut down after lawmakers could not agree on a budget.
A mere 10% of Americans–the smallest approval rating for Congress in history–said they approve of Congress’ accomplishments, according to a new CNN/ORC International poll released Monday. Disapproval of federal lawmakers reached 87%.
Just 17% of the country–the lowest approval rating in Quinnipiac University’s polling–approved of the way GOP lawmakers are dealing with current issues, and 74% disapproved, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday. That has ticked down two points from the August Quinnipiac results.
Democrats didn’t avoid disappointment from people, either, but their approval rating stood at 32%, up one point from the August poll.
National website: A senior Obama administration official reported that just three hours after Obamacare’s open enrollment period launched, the national Healthcare.gov site had one million visitors at the same time. That’s five times more concurrent users on the site than the number of users who have ever visited Medicare.gov at the same time.
California: The Golden State celebrated its first Obamacare enrollee at 8:45 am Pacific Standard Time. Since then, state residents have tweeted that they’re “impressed” with how easy it is to use the exchange’s app, and the site is “working like a charm for Californians.”
Connecticut: Despite a few initial glitches with its website, Connecticut signed up its first Obamacare enrollee by 9:30 am. And at that point, 764 other people had active applications for the state’s exchange. “For a site that’s been up for 25 minutes, it’s not bad,” the CEO of Connecticut’s new insurance marketplace, Kevin Counihan, noted. By about 11:30 am, the state had logged 10,000 visitors and enrolled an additional 21 people for health coverage.
District of Columbia: DC’s exchange opened for business at 8:00 am. By noon, about 1,500 DC residents had created accounts, according to a spokesperson for the exchange. Creating an account is the first step for people who want to shop for coverage and eventually buy a new plan under Obamacare. The District hasn’t yet experienced any issues with its website.
Florida: MSNBC reports that community health care clinics in Orlando are experiencing long lines as low-income people are visiting to learn more about their options under Obamacare. The CEO of a community clinic in Miami that primarily services uninsured Floridians told MSNBC that Tuesday represents a “new day” for low-income patients who can now gain affordable coverage.
Kentucky: Kentucky is the only Southern state that’s chosen to participate fully in health care reform by both expanding Medicaid and operating a state-level exchange. So far, it’s paying off. Between midnight and 10:30 am on Tuesday, Kentucky’s website had more than 24,000 visitors. The employees working to manage the exchange processed more than 1,000 applications for health insurance by 9:30 am.
New York: In the first two hours that New York’s exchange website was open to the public, 2 million people visited the site. That’s a huge chunk of the population that stands to benefit from Obamacare. Approximately 2.6 million New York residents are currently uninsured, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Rhode Island: After Kaiser Health News solicited feedback from people trying to sign up for Obamacare, a Rhode Island resident responded with a positive experience. “Rhode Island site working fine. So many choices at so many price points! Something 4 everyone. I’m ecstatic,” Annabelle Leigh tweeted.
Virginia: Paula Thornhill, a 31-year-old mother of seven, was the first person to apply for a new plan in Prince George’s County. Her husband has health insurance through his job, but they couldn’t afford to pay the extra premium costs to cover her as well. “I’m relieved that they did come out with this affordable health care,” she told the Washington Post. “I’m relieved.”
funny with all the visitors the most asked question on the site by their own admittion is. "how do i get a exception"
I'm so excited! I signed several people up for the ACA today..3 of them never had life insurance and one of them hadn't seen a doctor in years even-though they had a knot on their head the size of a fist. Thank you God for giving me the wisdom and knowledge to help others. The joy I saw on their face today was priceless. If your reading this and you can't afford healthcare or you've been sick for years or unemployed-you have a blessing with your name on it-it's called Affordable health care (Obama Care. If your reading this and you know someone that doesn't have health insurance; take time out of your day and help sign them up.
Jimmy Kimmel went out on Hollywood Boulevard and asked about Obamacare and the ACA. This is proof that people really don’t like the law just 2-3 of its provisions that’s all. Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid started out with positive optimism and were passed bipartisan and are all bankrupt today. Obamacare has had less than 50% approval before during and after inception and was passed without a single Republican vote. Check out the video and enjoy!
You cannot stop people from making babies. When I was in the 8th grade there were 3 billion people in the world. Today 7 billion and expanding exponentially. Population control does not exist, except maybe in China, with their one child policy. The problem with that is if you have a girl, unfortunately they are often killed at birth as Chinese culture promotes male reproduction.
Over population and climate warming are the real problems facing mankind. Those two and available drinking water.
So is the tax payer responsible for someone else's child or even there healthcare by government force?
@seb-Is the tax payer responsible for funding Corporate Subsides? Is it fair for billion dollar industries to go years without paying tax? I would rather see my tax dollars going to people in need and not fat cats lining their pockets.
Could it be this Gary-several of the House Republicans who voted Thursday for a bill that slashed billions of dollars from the food stamp program personally received large farm subsidies for family farms. The bill cutting the food stamp program narrowly passed on a mostly party line 217 to 210 vote.
During the food stamp debate, GOP Rep. Stephen Fincher, who received thousands in farm subsidies, responded to a Democratic Congressman during the debate over the cuts by quoting the bible, saying “the one who is unwilling to work shall not eat.”
Fincher himself has received his own large share of government money. From 1999 to 2012, Stephen & Lynn Fincher Farms received $3,483,824 in agriculture subsidies. Last year he took in $70,574 alone.
Another Republican congresswoman who voted to make cuts to the food stamp program was Rep. Vicky Hartzler of Missouri. Her farm received more than $800,000 in Department of Agriculture subsidies from 1995-2012. In 2001, her farm received $135,482 in subsidies.
Rep. Kristi Noem of South Dakota, who also voted to make cuts to the program, was a partner in Racota Valley Ranch, her family’s farm and previously had nearly a 17% stake through 2008. The farm received $3.4 million in subsidies from 1995-2012. The Environmental Working Group, which analyzes subsidy data, says the “estimated amount of subsidies attributed to Rep. Noem from 1995-2012 is $503,751.”
Rep. Marlin Stutzman, a Republican Rep. from Indiana also received his fair share of government subsidies. He personally took in nearly $200,000 for the farm he co-owns with his father.
I sent the same reply to Gary on another site..wow..I'm off line today. I'm fighting for you today people..
@PN, the corrupt Obama administration is allowing these subsidies just as it is allowing the Employers to skate on their mandate for 1 year for Obamacare.