A vital system that every American and their family depend on has been on a stark uptick in affordability. It’s drawn widespread criticism from Republicans and Democrats alike.
Beyond the issue of cost, millions of Americans are left with cancelled insurance plans. The reason being they failed to meet the designated requirements of the Affordable Health Care Act. Which makes them liable to unjust fines and regulations. If these Americans are lucky enough to squeeze by the questionable criteria required to qualify, their premiums rise higher and higher in every bill.
Devilishly disguised as a plan to help Americans, it is actually hurting the most vulnerable – students and low-income families. At this point, it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that Obama is looking out for the four main health insurance companies’ best interests. The illusion of choice becomes increasingly clearer to Americans. Americans who can no longer afford to keep their families and themselves under Obamacare.
Obama’s pact with the insurance companies ensures maximum cash flow into the pockets of CEO’s. And in turn, keeps Obama sitting pretty in Washington.
“The insurance companies are creating their own tombs. Much like the Jews boarding the trains to concentration camps, private insurers are used by the feds to put the system in place because the federal government has no way to set up the exchange,” said former Idaho state Senator Sheryl Nuxoll in 2013.
Trump knows this is a failed system because one of the main promises of his campaign is to break the chains of a four party insurance system. That way, if competition is allowed to succeed, health care can become increasingly affordable to all Americans. Not just a certain demographic.
Trump was quoted as saying, “I support health care for people. I want people well taken care of. But I also want health care that we can afford as a country. I have people and friends closing down their businesses because of Obamacare.”
Despite the failings of Obamacare, Trump is optimistic. In a recent rally, when asked about Obama’s failed policy, he said “People might not think it, but the Republicans now have all of the cards. And this is the time to get rid of Obamacare. This is the time to make the great deal.”
The restrictions and bureaucratic red-tape involved with Obamacare is one of its main drawbacks and arguably, failures. It’s come under scrutiny from millions of Americans from every walk of life. Some who would otherwise vote for the Democratic candidate, but now can’t afford to continue losing because of Obamacare. The restrictions and unnecessary, superfluous costs for coverage, including maternity leave (even if you’re male), options for sex change, etc., do not help the average American. It, instead, expects them to pick up the tab. While Americans foot the bill, the question becomes increasingly more relevant. Will Americans pay for Obamacare to make profits for health insurance companies, or for their own health needs and expenses?