maybe not every one agrees with you.I'm frankly quite shocked that only 189 people have looked at this post and only 1 has commented, yet when we have a post that discusses an increase of $10 in the registration fees we have many thousands read and hundreds comment. Let me ask you all this question: What has increased more in the past 3 years, your Health Insurance Premium or your Snowmobile Registration? Spend a little more time paying attention to who you elect to represent your (and your country's) interest instead of burying your head in the sand and complaining about a $10 increase in your snowmobile registration.
I'm sorry - but it had to be said.
I'm not happy in NH either with who we've elected to represent us either but at least they didn't scuttle the repeal of Obamacare.
I live in Delaware and am self employed. I receive zero tax deductions so I would have to pay the full premium if I elected to purchase insurance. The absoulte cheapest plan offered to me and my family is $815 per month with a $13,000 deductible. So at $22,780 per year before insurance pays a dime it doesn't make to much financial sense in my eyes to pay for it at this time. I had good somewhat affordable health insurance before "The affordable health care plan" was jammed down my throat. Thanks Obama!Sorry I cannot make the image appear properly but if you look at Maine, we've gone from $335 in 2013 to $518 in 2017 for a $183 or 55% increase. Projections for 2018 are in the 20% increase range. New Hampshire went from $302 in 2013 to $399 in 2017 at a $97 or 32% increase (not quite as bad as Maine). MN is not on this report so I can't say what their increase are (neither is Mass. probably because they've had mandatory Health Care for a couple of years before Obamacare came into play.
These are just the PREMIUMS and do not reflect the fact that DEDUCTIBLES have quad-tripled under Obamacare. Which means not only do you have to pay the insurance premium out of pocket but you are paying (at least in my case) $5000 before you hit the deductible for your family!!! There are NO CO-PAYS ... I pay the full boat up to $5000 before the insurance kicks in. Insanity.
Yup, i think it was the opposition to defund planned parenthood and the estimated loss of 22 million that would loose health insurance.I couldn't agree more, however and correct me if I'm worng, but I thought your Senator didn't vote yes because the bill proposed by Congress didn't repeal ENOUGH of Obumacare so she voted against it???
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