There’s A Trainwreck Coming

There is a real big trainwreck coming. It is guaranteed not to be a pretty sight.  Have you ever seen a trainwreck? It is not over in just one big crunch. A train can be over a mile long and for a while, railroad cars just keep coming off the track. You think that it is never going to end.

Obamacare is shaping up to be the biggest trainwreck in the Obama legacy. It has been coming off the rails even before Donald Trump took office. NONE of its promises have been kept. Americans were lied to. It will get worse. The Democrats own it.


Anyone insured under Obamacare should be careful not to stand among or near sharp objects this week when he looks at the annual round of Obamacare enrollment. He’ll faint at the sight of what Obamacare will cost over the next year. The average exchange prices for the more popular Obamacare plans will rise 34 percent.

Rates will be even more devastating in some states. In Illinois, for example, consumers are bracing for a 43 percent price increase. The price tag is frightening enough, but a look at what that 43 percent increase will buy would be enough to drive a NFL linebacker to his knees, if he is not there already. A 40-year-old couple with two children in Chicago can expect to pay $1,900 a month for their exchange’s top-of-the-line HMO offering, and that’s just to obtain the coverage. It comes with a $1,000 deductible. With costs like that, only a NFL linebacker could afford it, so why buy insurance? Because the “signature achievement of Barack Obama” is the law, and it demands two pounds of taxpayer flesh per person.

And not just in Illinois. Avalere Health conducted a study to determine why these exchange rates are flying through the roof, and found to nobody’s surprise that one crucial reason is the ……..


EDITORIAL: Obamacare is a disaster, no shortage of villains – Washington Times

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