The federal government destruction of health care is right on schedule, just as Barack Obama designed it to be and a pliant Democratic party allowed to happen.
This story appeared a few days ago:
Health insurers are privately warning brokers that premiums for many individuals and small businesses could increase sharply next year because of the health-care overhaul law, with the nation’s biggest firm projecting that rates could more than double for some consumers buying their own plans.
The projections, made in sessions with brokers and agents, provide some of the most concrete evidence yet of how much insurance companies might increase prices when major provisions of the law kick in next year—a subject of rigorous debate.
The projected increases are at odds with what the Obama Administration says consumers should be expecting overall in terms of cost. The Department of Health and Human Services says that the law will “make health-care coverage more affordable and accessible,” pointing to a 2009 analysis by the Congressional Budget Office that says average individual premiums, on an apples-to-apples basis, would be lower. <source>
Rates could more than double for consumers buying their own plans…
That means a married couple that includes a small business owner “buying his own plan” and paying $600 per month would see premiums jump to $1,200 per month, or to $14,400 per year — and with a $5,000 deductible to boot.
This projection is “AT ODDS” with what the Obama Administration has been saying.
Said more correctly: this projection has exposed ANOTHER BLATANT LIE embedded in the Obamacare subterfuge.
But here is the kicker: I know Liberals reading this are secretly glad that successful people are going to have their rates doubled. No doubt this turn of events eases their lifelong guilt over the privileges and freedoms we enjoy in the Unites States, and feeds their base feelings of envy and vindictiveness, especially towards business owners, who to them are some kind of evil.
The carnival of spite is just getting started, and it will all end just the same way it has in every such collectivist cycle for thousands of years of human civilization: absence of choice, beggar thy neighbor, beggar thy bureaucrat, stagnation, poverty, deteriorating heath, pain, and premature death.