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Cancer Patient Chooses Death After Obamacare

Cancer patient chooses death after Obamacare causes his premium to increase by 833%

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Cancer Patient Chooses Death After Obamacare. Cancer patient chooses death after Obamacare causes his premium to increase by 833%
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CynicalGamer
Male, 40-49, Midwest US
 434 Posts
Saturday, November 16, 2013 9:24:48 AM
Please don't read this wrong. I hate this whole thing and what they are doing with Obamacare. However, people want to poo on Obama so much as soon as we see one thing wrong everyone jumps on it. Almost NO ONE is going after the insurance companies or employers who are taking a stand against this change by ruining lives. The employers are cutting hours so they don`t have to pay a little more out of their pockets, insurance companies want Obamacare repealed so they will (as per their usual tactics) find any loophole to make it look as dismal as possible. Congratulations. You found you a cancer patient really quick. Good job. I hope it works out for you.

llaa
Male, 30-39, Western US
 958 Posts
Thursday, November 14, 2013 5:11:06 PM
@5Cats

Hey thanks, I wanted an avatar that projected that I covered my angles, lol. No better emergency coverage than a raptor on a shark with dynamite and an uzi. :)

I do agree, some corners of the country are learning the get rich quick scheme of investing rather than the beat inflation long term investment ideology. Quick buck investing is dangerous and bigger fish play that market game, long term is better for the smaller fish, and who knows you might be Buffet many years later.

5Cats
Male, 50-59, Canada
 24082 Posts
Thursday, November 14, 2013 7:19:38 AM
@llaa: Nice avatar!
Yes, there's long or short term investments, eh? I really think the "smart money" is in for the long haul, unless the ACA gets overturned? Then they`ll mostly bail out...
long/short term
low/high risk
low/high return

It`s a juggling act! There really is no "medium" for these either: luke-warm is not an option.

low risk + high return + short term = perfect! Good luck finding THAT eh? It`s like the `Holy Grail` of investment...

@Gerry1: OF COURSE the Insurance Companies are using the ACA as an EXCUSE! That`s how those draters make money! Take your money when you are healthy and cast you aside when you get sick.
Any excuse will do! Literally ANY excuse...

Gerry1of1
Male, 50-59, Western US
 33893 Posts
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 10:42:17 PM

And everyone just takes his word for this?
My hubby has really great insurance that paid for his cancer. Our premiums and co-pays have not gone up at all. Sounds like the insurance company is blaming Obamacare so they have an excuse to dump him.

llaa
Male, 30-39, Western US
 958 Posts
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 9:05:45 PM
oh, oops. My bad. I checked out the link after I followed your fix.

I like this explanation better.


Link to same question - better answer imo

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