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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentCivic Participation · 2 years ago

AARP says older Americans will pay $16K more under GOP ObamaCare repeal. Does anybody actually support this?

"...on average nationwide, a 60-year-old making $25,000 per year would have to pay as much as $16,174 more per year for health insurance.

A 60-year-old making $25,000 per year in Alaska would have to pay as much as $31,790 more per year, and in Arizona, the person would have to pay $22,074 more, according to the AARP study."

http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/351703-aarp-o...

Voting for this bill is slitting the throats of a major Republican base. Kill the bill or kill our seniors.

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  • Susie
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    2 years ago

    I don't believe that we should hurry to replace Obamacare. Unfortunately MORE and MORE that had insurance before can no longer afford it, thanks to Obamacare. Some areas only have one plan to buy, and you may have to travel to see your Dr. Obamacare was not sustainable from the beginning because it was rushed through and not thought out for the long term. As Pelosi said no one will know what's in it till it's passed. It has cost us trillions of dollars already so something has got to change. The problem is that a REAL affordable plan may not be possible.

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  • 2 years ago

    Screw AARP.

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  • 2 years ago

    weird a*s conservative voters think that is a small price to pay to stick it to Obama.

    Yeah, that's a great idea let's pay 40% more for less coverage, that'll show Obama whose boss.

    FAIL

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