Here we go again. Not only, as I’ve reported before, has TheDonald shortened the open season for PPACA (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare), but he and his minions have been hard at work to prove that it is failing. By making it fail- or at least continually trying to kill it.
More finagling with Obamacare. TheDonald keeps screwing with the insurance companies so that PPACA will die. And, since he is clearly the smartest person in the world (do you think he drinks Dos Equis?)- NOT, he is positive that the world will believe that he didn’t kill it, but it died a natural death. (Hmm. Must be like the Nazis and KKK- that had a torch march on Friday night, threatened the Jews of Charlottesville (without guns while they marched, with guns by the only synagogue in Charlottesvile), and employed vehicular manslaughter (with 19 others maimed and hurt)- were the ones endangered and justified in their actions.)
I know, I know. You’ve had it up to here about health care reform. But, this is important.
We know that the GOP has failed to repeal Obamacare. We also know that TheDonald will do everything in his power to make it fail- and try to blame that on Obama. Except any failure will be his fault. But, that’s not the point of this post. (I will be posting another discussion on this topic in 3 months, when Open Enrollment starts in.)
You know those claims about tax loopholes? OK. They aren’t claims, they are basically true. The problem is that one person’s loophole is another’s tax preference. After all, those who rent their homes don’t get any assistance, but those who borrow $ 999,999 to pay off their home in 30 years- they get to deduct their mortgages. And, we know that those who rent are generally of lower income than those who have these high mortgages.
Here we go again. It looks like the GOP is ready to throw a bunch of monkey wrenches into the Obamacare (PPACA, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act) system.
One of the biggest problems with Obamacare is the the inability to determine what next year’s costs are really going to be. From the big insurers’ point of view, they feel that their inability to know who is (and how many who’s are) going to sign on to the program before they list their proposed premiums. From the small (and newly formed coops) insurers’ point of view it has been the changing rules as to who is responsible for the transfer payments from the lower cost insurance pool to the higher ones.