If we, the people, had prohibition repealed, why can’t we get this “dead horse” repealed?
It is not affordable without government help to a lot of people and that defeats the purpose of the bill in the first place. In order to get government help, I hear from others I know that they need to sell all the “extras” that they have worked their lives to achieve.
I’m not talking about snowmobiles and boats. I am talking about things they have built from scratch as a family project and just because it does not fall under the government’s ideas about what a person can own, they are expected to sell it in order to not have a $10,000 deductible per year, and that is what they need in order to make the payments affordable, which are almost $400 per month out of a Social Security check that is just over $1,500 in income for both who have worked most of their lives to get where they are.
Even the President is not sure just what is going on and I believe this act should be repealed and then started over, but this time let the people whose lives it effects most have some say in what is going into the bill and doctors and hospitals should be able to have input.
Take all the lawyer speak out of it and make it understandable to a layperson who will be the one using the health care system and making what should be affordable payments.
Grand Haven Township