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Still voting Democrat? Wait & see high 2017 Obamacare Costs (general)

by AC @, Monday, October 24, 2016, 16:24
edited by AC, Saturday, December 10, 2016, 22:11

Conservative Republicans now FINALLY have the Presidency and control of both the House and the Senate. Failed Liberalism and Democrats are seething. Democrat backing African Americans should wake up and THINK. The last time the Democrats were this mad at Republicans was when the Republicans took their slaves away from them. It was the Republicans who made black Americans free.

It is Democrats who have kept you in bondage by 'buying your votes' with welfare, food stamps, subsidized housing and free education. WHY bother to work and get ahead? Democrats have always provided. But what? MINIMUM advancement! - posted post election...

Many Pennsylvanians face hikes in their health premiums as high as 55%; Oklahomans up to 69%, and Arizonans as much as 116%.

While the DEMOCRAT sponsored 2009 ACA law designated a variety of taxes and fees to pay for the massive cost of expanding healthcare to millions of uninsured Americans, nearly all of them — one way or another — land on the backs of middle-class taxpayers.

It's all about the Democrats taking high health care costs from the middle class who work - so that the lower class 'who have never worked a day in their WELFARE/FREE MEDICAL/FREE FOOD STAMP lives' get this FREE ride. VOTE Democrat to keep that 'welfare gravy train' and unbelievably high deficit/national debt going at your expense!

A sneak peak at 2017 Obamacare plans and what they really cost

Dan Mangan - CNBC - Monday, October 24, 2016

If you get a bad case of sticker shock when you check out the prices of Obamacare plans for next year, there's medicine available for a lot of you to ease the price pain.

Window shopping for health plans sold on the federal Obamacare marketplace began Monday, with retail prices of those plans up significantly higher on average than in past years.

But federal health officials were quick to note that the overwhelming majority of Obamacare customers qualify for financial aid that can sharply cut the amount they pay in premiums.

"We're certainly encouraging people to come in and shop and see what options there are for them," said Kevin Griffis, assistant secretary for public affairs at the U.S. Health and Human Services Department.

The average premium, or monthly enrollment payment, for a closely watched type of Obamacare plans are set to rise by an average of 25 percent in the 39 states served by, officials revealed Monday. Half of consumers will see benchmark plan premiums rise by 16 percent or more, while the other half will see rates rise less than that for such plans.

Among states, the highest premium hikes is a stunning 116 percent increase in Arizona, where a 27-year-old who did not qualify for financial aid would go from paying an average of $196 per month for his "benchmark" plan this year up to $422 per month for the same type of plan next year. The lowest increase is a 2 percent hike in New Hampshire, where the benchmark plan for a 27-year-old would go from $215 per month to $217.


2017 obamacare costs, much higher 2017 obamacare costs


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