I am convinced that this post is "Astroturf" (fake grassroots) and probably merely a dressed-up comment from Mr Ed Bronson or Ms. Liz Champlain.
Yet I am choosing to take this comment seriously, so as to expose all the more the terrible consequences of this law, and how one or two accounts in the beginning will give way to rationing, inefficiencies, fraud, waste etc.
(Regarding privacy and Obamacare, however, I wonder what "Sara" would say to this).
|Dr. Dan Harrop, MD (Providence, Rhode Island)|
I even met one person who said "I love Obamacare!" because their younger relative was able to get surgery, and the insurance could not deny them coverage because of a preexisting condition.
The problems with these "success" stories, sadly, is that they are growing fewer and far between.
Here are some comments from Dr. Dan Harrop to explain why:
Dr. Dan Harrop, associate medical director for Aetna Heath, acknowledged that Obamacare enjoyed some popularity: “Clearly there are people who are able to get insurance who could not get it before.” Still working part-time as a psychiatrist, Harrop added: “I have more business because of Obamacare.” He then acknowledged that the program was unsustainable:
“I can tell you the trends that are bad for the whole program. Don’t worry about the insurance companies. They will eventually make a profit. The issue is how much the government will have to underwrite these insurance plans.”
Sharing personal anecdotes of people who lost their health insurance, doctor, or hospital of choice, Harrop affirmed that without young and healthy people signing up, the whole system will collapse.
For the record, just because someone gets insurance does not mean that he or she will meet with a doctor. I must also emphasize that the millions who are losing their health insurance, who are witnessing higher premiums, who are witnessing fewer doctors who will accept Obamacare-insurance, or who are even choosing to remain doctors in the profession!
So, Sara, that's my answer to that. Regarding advertisements, they do not condone or validate the efficiency or effectiveness of anything in and of themselves. Thanks for writing, comment, etc.
That is, Sara, if you are a "real success story".
By the way, this little poster explains the scam behind Obamacare all too well: