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2014-03-31 01:13:32 PM  

Skleenar: Launch Code: barry has been focused like a laser beam on his signature scheme for about 5 years. That's why obamacare is so great. Yes lies were told about keeping your plan, keeping your doctor, saving you money, costing under a trillion at only 900 billion. The most transparent administration can't tell anyone how many obamacare sign ups actually paid, how many signups are young/healthy types, how many signups got kicked off plans and had to get obamacare. This is because most Americans are too stupid to understand how great obamacare is. It has to be great because barry has been telling us how great it is for years. Dems only had to spend about 600 million tax dollars promoting it. That's less than 600 Super Bowl commercials. That alone should tell you how great obamacare is. It's darn near perfect if you ask me. It's so great that every single democrat in congress voted for obamacare. That includes all the Senators up for reelection in the fall of 2014. They wouldn't support this knowing their cushy political careers were in jeopardy if it wasn't great.
Get your lazy selves in gear and sign up for this free healthcare. It only costs about $250 - $1000 a month. Think of it as paying your fair share.
If you don't sign up, then you're a RACIST!


Game shows


lol nice!
 
2014-03-31 01:13:46 PM  

williesleg: Wait 'till they find out health INSURANCE is NOT health CARE.


Are you suggesting people don't understand the difference?
 
2014-03-31 01:14:08 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-03-31 01:15:22 PM  

williesleg: Funny how everybody's in a rush to get health INSURANCE.

Wait 'till they find out health INSURANCE is NOT health CARE.


This is your big entrance?  This is what you waited all morning to post?  This?
 
2014-03-31 01:15:23 PM  

Level5: Well this is what Im seeing when I try to login. Cool stuff, thanks obama.

[img.fark.net image 800x346]


God! That looks like something James O"Keefe and his ilk would have done to hack the site.
The GOPac should cover their tracks better.
 
2014-03-31 01:16:46 PM  

Summercat: pnome: atomic-age: machoprogrammer: How about just nationalize it instead of pushing legislation allowing the insurance companies to profit?

Because a) the Republicans and Medicare recipients shiat their pants over that idea and b) we were in a recession at the time and the insurance industry would have had mass layoffs.

All this talk about Republicans.  Not one single Republican voted for it.  So, can you please stop blaming Republicans?  They had nothing to do with Obamacare. It's 100% Democrat.  For good or ill.

Was this before or after the ACA was amended/altered in accordance with negotiation with Republicans who then said "No" to the entire deal?


Also the whole ACA is based on RomneyCare in MA which was first conceptualized by the very conservative Heritage foundation in 1989 as a "market based solution" for universal healthcare.
 
2014-03-31 01:17:06 PM  

whistleridge: I'm going to go with 'when you're working for $11/hr, paying an average of $1300 for rent with 3 roommates, have a car payment, a student loan payment/kids to feed/both, and zero savings, an extra couple hundred a month for health insurance is one hit to your wallet that you will avoid for as long as possible'. It's not that people are stupid, lazy, or disinterested in their health, it's that the real problems of today (my roommate didn't pay rent, I need $450 TODAY) outweigh the potential problems of tomorrow (I could get sick).


Also...it's complicated. TOO complicated.

Make it cheap, make it easy, and you incentivize people to buy in. Right now, it's pricey, it's complicated, and there's no real penalty for ducking...so they will. I'd bet $5 on it.


1.bp.blogspot.com

"Why don't you just ask your parent's for the money? Or sell some stock, that's what I did when I was 'broke' in college!"

 
2014-03-31 01:18:33 PM  

JusticeandIndependence: williesleg: Funny how everybody's in a rush to get health INSURANCE.

Wait 'till they find out health INSURANCE is NOT health CARE.

This is your big entrance?  This is what you waited all morning to post?  This?


Yep!

Been on the phone all morning with my health insurance company because they refuse to pay my hospital stay.  Thanks Obamacare.
 
2014-03-31 01:21:10 PM  

BeesNuts: adamatari: Why is there even an "enrollment period"? Isn't it part of the point of this that people can get healthcare without having to worry about "sorry you can only sign up once a year, so you have to wait 9 months now, newby"? Or is this for tax purposes - "you missed the period, so now you have to pay the tax for the year, though you signed up a day later"?

What about people who lose their jobs randomly and such? If I lose my job in May, will I be able to sign up for Obamacare or do I have to wait until January of next year?

This is the sort of shiat we were trying to get away from....

Things like getting married, having a baby, getting a giant raise, losing your job, or dying can dramatically effect your healthcare and tax situation.  News at 11.

Snark off/

Perviously, if you lost your job randomly, your options include COBRA or Medicaid.  If you lost your job, or really underwent any serious life-changing event, you get an individual enrollment period.  As it stands, I think you can enroll whenever through the exchange, it's just that we've attached a tax penalty to failure to enroll.  A penalty which demands some kind of deadline before it can be enforced.  They're being extraordinarily fair on this.

Like.  Unbelievably reasonable over a $95 dollar tax.  Imagine if the parking authority were this understanding about how you didn't move your car from a handicapped spot for three days cause you were 'busy'.  Or better yet because you have a religious opposition to catering to the handicapped and therefore can't recognize handicapped spots...


The problem is that they are being to reasonable.  Are sure hope they have the flexibility of regularly increasing tax penalty.  If the mandate has no teeth, it will hurt the framework the law requires to obtain the goals it needs to.
 
2014-03-31 01:21:28 PM  

williesleg: JusticeandIndependence: williesleg: Funny how everybody's in a rush to get health INSURANCE.

Wait 'till they find out health INSURANCE is NOT health CARE.

This is your big entrance?  This is what you waited all morning to post?  This?

Yep!

Been on the phone all morning with my health insurance company because they refuse to pay my hospital stay.  Thanks Obamacare.


Single payer would fix that.
 
2014-03-31 01:21:28 PM  

williesleg: Been on the phone all morning with my health insurance company because they refuse to pay my hospital stay. Thanks Obamacare.


Obama's fault your private insurance company are assholes?
History's greatest monster.
 
2014-03-31 01:21:50 PM  
Nevermind the website, can they get some more jackasses to work at Experion for today? Maybe extend their hours so I can have a chance at proving my identity before they close up shop since their hours pretty much coincide with my work hours. Seriously should've used a 24 hour help line not a daylight central time only place.


There GOP use that in a campaign ad as a real life obamacare horror story you don't have to make up. Even though that really isn't bad just the timing sucks on my part.
 
2014-03-31 01:21:57 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: Carn: It's awesome that you can work your whole life, paying insurance premiums and making them oodles of money, and then finally when you get really sick and need real care they kick you to the curb and piss on your head and then people cheer them for it.

Reminds me of this:

[comicsidontunderstand.com image 720x666]


That made me laugh.
 
2014-03-31 01:22:15 PM  

BeesNuts: bunner: We're 17,000,000,000,000.00 in debt and we're still cutting checks.  Mostly to the people who already have whatever actual wealth is left in their sock drawers.  This ain't gonna fix sh*t.

All they have left is this half hearted hate.  Can't even get excited about our debt or call this a tyrannical government takeover.  Just... meh... this doesn't help.. *kicks dirt around a little*


Your projector is making that *fip fip fip fip * noise like when the reel is empty.
 
2014-03-31 01:22:20 PM  

Leader O'Cola: I'm going to go with BS.
Just plugged in a *hypothetical* 28 yo on 22k year income. Bronze plan @ less than 80 per month.


You got that far before calling BS? Paying $1300 for rent with 3 roommates didn't do it? Do you know a lot of people making $11/hr paying 74% of their gross income to live in $5200/month apartments?
 
2014-03-31 01:22:33 PM  

MechaPyx: Sign up for healthcare or they're going fine me. Yeah sure. I don't have any money so go for it. Fine me. See if you can get blood from a stone. And because of my circumstances no I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy. My state is one of those that didn't extend Medicaid among other things.

Seriously, mandating that I have to buy stuff when I have no job or income is not helping. Excuse the fark out of me for being poor.


Mr. Right: Summercat: Complex shiat needs comex rules and we live in a complex society. You are kidding yourself if you think simple answers will be flexable enough to work.

Systems get more complex as they get more intrusive and controlling.  When it comes to taxes, a sales tax is pretty fair.  The more money you have to spend, the more money you get charged in taxes.  If you want to exclude a necessity like food, that's a pretty simple fix.   If you venture into property taxes, income taxes, and corporate taxes, that will be much more complex.  But when you start passing out favors to various constituent groups and campaign donors is when it explodes beyond comprehension.  There is no way a rational tax code requires 5000 sections just in Title D.  The result is a tax code that is incomprehensible even to those whose job it is to administer it.

The sheer size and complexity of the Affordable Care Act is what will doom it to failure.  Add to that the seemingly weekly changes, delays, waivers, new regulations and there won't even be an agency capable of knowing what the law is, let alone actually administer it.


So that's two, TWO more supporters for single payer, ah-ah-ah.

Launch Code: barry has been focused like a laser beam on his signature scheme for about 5 years. That's why obamacare is so great. Yes lies were told about keeping your plan, keeping your doctor, saving you money, costing under a trillion at only 900 billion. The most transparent administration can't tell anyone how many obamacare sign ups actually paid, how many signups are young/healthy types, how many signups got kicked off plans and had to get obamacare. This is because most Americans are too stupid to understand how great obamacare is. It has to be great because barry has been telling us how great it is for years. Dems only had to spend about 600 million tax dollars promoting it. That's less than 600 Super Bowl commercials. That alone should tell you how great obamacare is. It's darn near perfect if you ask me. It's so great that every single democrat in congress voted for obamacare. That includes all the Senators up for reelection in the fall of 2014. They wouldn't support this knowing their cushy political careers were in jeopardy if it wasn't great.
Get your lazy selves in gear and sign up for this free healthcare. It only costs about $250 - $1000 a month. Think of it as paying your fair share.
If you don't sign up, then you're a RACIST!


THREE single payer supporters, ah-ah-ah!!!
 
2014-03-31 01:22:56 PM  

williesleg: JusticeandIndependence: williesleg: Funny how everybody's in a rush to get health INSURANCE.

Wait 'till they find out health INSURANCE is NOT health CARE.

This is your big entrance?  This is what you waited all morning to post?  This?

Yep!

Been on the phone all morning with my health insurance company because they refuse to pay my hospital stay.  Thanks Obamacare.


What does that have to do with healthCARE?
 
2014-03-31 01:24:06 PM  

whistleridge: That's the bare minimum. Search 32, 2 kids, pre-existing condition. It's still a very valid price, but...not if you're the kind of person who is looking to duck.


How can someone with a pre-existing condition find fault with Obamacare?  Let me guess, you only want to change the parts of Obamacare that aren't good for you?
 
2014-03-31 01:24:37 PM  

williesleg: Funny how everybody's in a rush to get health INSURANCE.

Wait 'till they find out health INSURANCE is NOT health CARE.


FOUR single payer supporters, ah-ah-ah!!
 
2014-03-31 01:25:25 PM  

thurstonxhowell: Leader O'Cola: I'm going to go with BS.
Just plugged in a *hypothetical* 28 yo on 22k year income. Bronze plan @ less than 80 per month.

You got that far before calling BS? Paying $1300 for rent with 3 roommates didn't do it? Do you know a lot of people making $11/hr paying 74% of their gross income to live in $5200/month apartments?


Only ones who have their parents paying the bills.
 
2014-03-31 01:25:48 PM  

sritzhaupt: [img.fark.net image 402x337]


FIVE single payer supporters, ah-ah-ah!!
 
2014-03-31 01:26:52 PM  

DamnYankees: So the site was down or a few minutes and its a headline?


I always knew your political arguments were bad, but they never suspected you of not being able to discern hours from minutes.
 
2014-03-31 01:27:07 PM  

Mr. Right: Summercat: Things get complex for a reason.

And that reason is that big campaign donors want tax breaks tailored to their situation and they get them.  Another reason:  politicians design tax codes in order to get themselves and/or their party re-elected.

To believe otherwise is naive.


The biggest reason is that people do everything they can to find loopholes and exploit them. And once something to close the loophole is put in the code, someone looks for another way around that.

Sure there are plenty of credits and deductions (which create more oppotunitirs for people and businesses to work around the law), but they are also the most efficient way for the government to encourage or discourage certain activities instead of instituting a whole new system. For example, in this case, all you need is a few lines on your tax return. To do it not through taxes you would have to set up a whole new system of enforcement.
 
2014-03-31 01:28:03 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: Carn: It's awesome that you can work your whole life, paying insurance premiums and making them oodles of money, and then finally when you get really sick and need real care they kick you to the curb and piss on your head and then people cheer them for it.

Reminds me of this:

[comicsidontunderstand.com image 720x666]


Yep, pretty much this.
 
2014-03-31 01:28:46 PM  

MechaPyx: Sign up for healthcare or they're going fine me. Yeah sure. I don't have any money so go for it. Fine me. See if you can get blood from a stone. And because of my circumstances no I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy. My state is one of those that didn't extend Medicaid among other things.

Seriously, mandating that I have to buy stuff when I have no job or income is not helping. Excuse the fark out of me for being poor.


As has been pointed out several times so far, if you have no job or income, you are exempt from the penalty. Feel free to keep not having insurance.
 
2014-03-31 01:29:57 PM  

Mr. Right: Summercat: Complex shiat needs comex rules and we live in a complex society. You are kidding yourself if you think simple answers will be flexable enough to work.

Systems get more complex as they get more intrusive and controlling.  When it comes to taxes, a sales tax is pretty fair.  The more money you have to spend, the more money you get charged in taxes.



...

Hey, rest of Fark?

How do you argue with something as stupid as a brick wall?
 
2014-03-31 01:31:02 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: williesleg: Wait 'till they find out health INSURANCE is NOT health CARE.

Are you suggesting people don't understand the difference?


I had a friend who was so proud to get insurance for his kids and only had to pay $14 a month for 3 kids up to $100,000 each!

He wanted to take them to the doctors...  I said you bought LIFE insurance  not health insurance..
 
2014-03-31 01:32:00 PM  

verbaltoxin: sritzhaupt: [img.fark.net image 402x337]

FIVE single payer supporters, ah-ah-ah!!


You ever notice how now some of the Republicans shills are all now screaming that ACA is a failure because it isn't a single payer system, and we need a single payer system? Remember before ACA was signed into law that these same people were screaming that any government subsidized health insurance program, especially a single payer system, was evil socialism and needed to be abolished? Kinda of funny how now they are all screaming for a single payer system, something that they were dead against and something that ACA is transitioning us into, all of a sudden.
 
2014-03-31 01:33:24 PM  

Mr. Right: When it comes to taxes, a sales tax is pretty fair. The more money you have to spend, the more money you get charged in taxes.


Really?  unless you are already set with filet mignon and your house  and your kid going to a very private school and not sales taxes , the rest goes to investments and a capital gains tax.    Nice gig if you can get it.
 
2014-03-31 01:33:26 PM  

James!: So after tomorrow when the world doesn't end do you think republicans will stop being such morons?


No.
 
2014-03-31 01:35:04 PM  

ongbok: verbaltoxin: sritzhaupt: [img.fark.net image 402x337]

FIVE single payer supporters, ah-ah-ah!!

You ever notice how now some of the Republicans shills are all now screaming that ACA is a failure because it isn't a single payer system, and we need a single payer system? Remember before ACA was signed into law that these same people were screaming that any government subsidized health insurance program, especially a single payer system, was evil socialism and needed to be abolished? Kinda of funny how now they are all screaming for a single payer system, something that they were dead against and something that ACA is transitioning us into, all of a sudden.


They're screaming for it but don't realize they are. They still jack off to fantasies about a free market system that would only cover people with tons of money and nobody else, because there's no profit in covering poor and/or sick people. But supposedly churches and cash-only doctors will make up for or something, I don't know.

The thing is, once more boomers retire and can't stretch the 401ks that got flushed down the toilet in 2008, you'll see more conservatives coming around to what should've been passed five years ago.
 
2014-03-31 01:35:14 PM  

Best Princess Celestia: When was it operable?


Aren't you special.
Don't ever stop being you.

25.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-03-31 01:35:34 PM  
Insurance companies don't provide health care.  They provide rooms full of people who get paid to make sure your claim doesn't.  This is because health care is about a 3,000 % markup across the board for everything.  Medicine is an industry and like most industries, it's primary goal is to move money towards that indsutry and keep it.  If you get better in the process, oh happy day.
 
2014-03-31 01:36:46 PM  

riverwalk barfly: Mr. Right: When it comes to taxes, a sales tax is pretty fair. The more money you have to spend, the more money you get charged in taxes.

Really?  unless you are already set with filet mignon and your house  and your kid going to a very private school and not sales taxes , the rest goes to investments and a capital gains tax.    Nice gig if you can get it.


Simple people want simple solutions, and it all sounds nice and fair!

And quite honestly? It's attractive. It would almost work well! Except, well... how goes the saying a friend gave me...

"I want to go to Theory! Everything works there."

(Now, if it were a tax on every transmission of money from one entity to another... maybe).
 
2014-03-31 01:36:59 PM  

Skleenar: dunes bury


This one was my favorite.
 
2014-03-31 01:37:44 PM  
Just wait till the death panels kick in on those folks who chose not to play.

//lude
 
2014-03-31 01:38:23 PM  

bunner: Insurance companies don't provide health care.  They provide rooms full of people who get paid to make sure your claim doesn't.  This is because health care is about a 3,000 % markup across the board for everything.  Medicine is an industry and like most industries, it's primary goal is to move money towards that indsutry and keep it.  If you get better in the process, oh happy day.


I'll take a bunch of crap that isn't true for $100, Alex
 
2014-03-31 01:38:34 PM  

namegoeshere: MechaPyx: Sign up for healthcare or they're going fine me. Yeah sure. I don't have any money so go for it. Fine me. See if you can get blood from a stone. And because of my circumstances no I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy. My state is one of those that didn't extend Medicaid among other things.

Seriously, mandating that I have to buy stuff when I have no job or income is not helping. Excuse the fark out of me for being poor.

As has been pointed out several times so far, if you have no job or income, you are exempt from the penalty. Feel free to keep not having insurance.


I find it funny how all critics originally complained how many pages the law had.  Now they are secretly pissed off that all their bullshiat arguments are dealt with in all the complex provisions of the law.
 
2014-03-31 01:39:15 PM  

MechaPyx: it's my understanding that because I live under the roof of a relative who does earn a wage and has health coverage through their employer I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy.


Who told you that?  Have you even tried to get insurance on the exchange?
 
2014-03-31 01:39:29 PM  

MechaPyx: Sign up for healthcare or they're going fine me. Yeah sure. I don't have any money so go for it. Fine me. See if you can get blood from a stone. And because of my circumstances no I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy. My state is one of those that didn't extend Medicaid among other things.

Seriously, mandating that I have to buy stuff when I have no job or income is not helping. Excuse the fark out of me for being poor.


From my understanding, if you make under 10k you're exempt, if you're in a state that didn't acceot Medicaid expansion and you would have qualified for that, you're exempt as well.
 
2014-03-31 01:39:48 PM  

Summercat: Simple people want simple solutions


I would assert that very bright and lucid people want simple solutions and there is a misguided notion that straightforward, elegant  and effective solutions are surely the work of the doppish and ignorant because a lot of people get for what's in the fine print.
 
2014-03-31 01:40:50 PM  

JusticeandIndependence: bunner: Insurance companies don't provide health care.  They provide rooms full of people who get paid to make sure your claim doesn't.  This is because health care is about a 3,000 % markup across the board for everything.  Medicine is an industry and like most industries, it's primary goal is to move money towards that indsutry and keep it.  If you get better in the process, oh happy day.

I'll take a bunch of crap that isn't true for $100, Alex


Really, why's that, then?  Specifically.
 
2014-03-31 01:41:54 PM  

bunner: Summercat: Simple people want simple solutions

I would assert that very bright and lucid people want simple solutions and there is a misguided notion that straightforward, elegant  and effective solutions are surely the work of the doppish and ignorant because a lot of people get for what's in the fine print.


Yes, it was quite doppish of us to get for that.
 
2014-03-31 01:41:58 PM  

bunner: a lot of people get paid for what's in the fine print.


FIFM
 
2014-03-31 01:42:12 PM  

lude: Just wait till the death panels kick in on those folks who chose not to play.

//lude


That's not how works.  The unemployed people not paying the penalty will be drafted to become the adjudicators on the death panels.  They are the ones who will decide how long Nana gets to live.  Ironically the job comes with free health insurance.
 
2014-03-31 01:43:07 PM  

Serious Black: R.A.Danny: And tomorrow there will be hundreds of thousands more criminals in the US. YAY!

Section 5000A(g)(2) of Subtitle D of the IRS Code of 1986 says that no taxpayer can be subjected to criminal prosecution or have a lien or levy filed against their property for failure to pay the individual shared responsibility payment.


Ohio state constitution:
21 (A) No federal, state, or local law or rule shall compel, directly or indirectly, any person, employer, or health care provider to participate in a health care system. (emphasis mine)
(B) No federal, state, or local law or rule shall prohibit the purchase or sale of health care or health insurance.
(C) No federal, state, or local law or rule shall impose a penalty or fine for the sale or purchase of health care or health insurance.
(D) This section does not affect laws or rules in effect as of March 19, 2010; affect which services a health care provider or hospital is required to perform or provide; affect terms and conditions of government employment; or affect any laws calculated to deter fraud or punish wrongdoing int he health care industry.

Obamacare was signed into law four days later, on the 23rd.
 
2014-03-31 01:43:31 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: MechaPyx: it's my understanding that because I live under the roof of a relative who does earn a wage and has health coverage through their employer I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy.

Who told you that?  Have you even tried to get insurance on the exchange?


It is true, most of the guys on Fark live in their mom's basement.
 
2014-03-31 01:44:40 PM  

sritzhaupt: [img.fark.net image 402x337]


fc03.deviantart.net
If you like our herp, you are going to love our derp.
 
2014-03-31 01:45:05 PM  

MechaPyx: Soup4Bonnie: MechaPyx: Sign up for healthcare or they're going fine me. Yeah sure. I don't have any money so go for it. Fine me. See if you can get blood from a stone. And because of my circumstances no I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy. My state is one of those that didn't extend Medicaid among other things.

Seriously, mandating that I have to buy stuff when I have no job or income is not helping. Excuse the fark out of me for being poor.

How dumb are you?  Because you sound pretty dumb to me.  If you don't have an income then you'll either be put on Medicaid or you will get a subsidy that will pay for your insurance.  Jesus Christ.  This law was passed years ago.  Take five minutes and learn about it, you rock.

Read the bolded part. Medicaid is not an option for me and it's my understanding that because I live under the roof of a relative who does earn a wage and has health coverage through their employer I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy.

So I'm stuck needing an extra couple grand a year I don't have and my only option is to ask relatives to lend it to me.


Why did you qualify that statement with, "It's my understanding that..."? If you were confident that this was the truth, you would have just stated it as fact. That you weakened your statement with a qualifier tells us that you're really not sure at all. You are complaining about your situation before you have gotten all the facts and know exactly what your situation is.

Stop it. Go do the research.
 
2014-03-31 01:46:43 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: MechaPyx: it's my understanding that because I live under the roof of a relative who does earn a wage and has health coverage through their employer I don't qualify for any kind of subsidy.

Who told you that?  Have you even tried to get insurance on the exchange?


I think he was told that either by the Koch Brothers or by an email that had 8 or 9 FW: in the subject line.
 
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