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Boehner Proves the Wrong Point | MSNBC

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One would assume that if he'd experienced "sticker shock," or been stuck choosing a plan that cost far more than his current coverage, Boehner would have mentioned it. Indeed, he would have been eager to mention it, since it would advance his arguement

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Kit B (276)
Friday November 22, 2013, 12:23 pm

Maybe he should just have kept quiet about the whole thing. He scored one for the ACA. When are people going to realize that this is just that affordable health care, the Federal site is covering for the many states that have opted out of allowing extended health care[Medicare]. Many states have their own sites and people are signing up with no problems. I have now helped 8 people sign up on the Federal site without any snags. The ninth person had started on her own and we could not sign in. We called the 800 number given to us by the online "chat" person. We called, all was done and finished in under 15 minutes.

Though I wish this were a government run program a universal health care, it is not. People are belly aching because they can not because there are major problems. The insurance programs that were canceled should have stayed canceled. Now when those people find they need a hospital they will experience "sticker shock" most of those plans do not cover hospitalization and if they do, the insurance will cover only a small part.
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