Journeying Your Way Through Obamacare Plans

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Photo courtesy of equipmentcare.com

 

I found this article in The New York Times which helpfully lays out the dizzying array of plans from which to choose within the Affordable Care Act’s online market places. If you’ve decided to brave the storm of misinformation by right-leaning media, as well as the disappointment of America’s stubborn unwillingness to adopt a single-payer system for everyone (like Medicare), then bravely read here:

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Obama’s “You Can Keep Your Plan” Promise Regarding the Affordable Care Act

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Image courtesy of recycledminds.com

 

Just found this article about Obamacare on CSMonitor.com:

At the root of the dispute is this: The Obamacare law allows people to keep health plans they had before the law was passed, if those plans still exist. But in many cases, the plans have evolved since the law’s 2010 passage – due, at least in part, to minimum benefits mandated in the new law. That has prompted many Americans to feel misled by the president.

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California GOP creates fake health care website to discourage constituents from obtaining insurance

Tanya’s Thoughts: It’s shameful that the Republicans are trying to confuse people about what Obamacare is, instead of letting people do their own research. It begs the question: What are Republicans so afraid of? Are they afraid Obamacare will actually work? Are they afraid that this new health care system might bring society a small step closer to social equality?

The Secular Jurist

California Republicans are desperate and shameless. In the past two weeks, GOP Assembly members have sent mailings out on what appears to be the state’s dime to their constituents about health insurance. Only, they don’t direct those people to CoveredCA.com to sign up. Instead, they send them to their own astroturf version with the url CoveringHealthCareCA.com.

On their version, there are links to negative articles and twisted messages intended to sour people on signing up for health insurance before they ever land at the official health exchange site.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/12/02/1259641/-California-GOP-creates-fake-healthcare-website-to-discourage-constituents-from-obtaining-insurance#

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