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Reagan’s alma mater informs students they must change insurance plans contrary to Obama’s promise

Featured image courtesy of Heritage Foundation.

Remember Obama telling us in 2009 “if you like your doctor or insurance plan you can keep it?” Let me refresh your memory:

That certainly has turned out NOT to be the case. H/t Brian Hibbert, he shared this letter from a student at Ronald Reagan’s alma mater, Eureka College in Illinois:

Notice the college informs the student that his insurance plan is “no longer in compliance with the Affordable Care Act’s Patient’s Bill of Rights requirements.”

And to add insult to injury, the premium is doubling.

So much for the AFFORDABLE Care Act.

President Reagan must be spinning in his grave.

Crossposted at Conservative Outlooks

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Deplorable Reagan Conservative. Pro-life, pro 2A. Waiting for Obama's "legacy" to be undone. Twitter: @LadyImpactOhio "We the People tell government what to do. It does not tell us."__Ronald Reagan in his farewell speech.

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  1. I’m in the same boat.  I have a high deductible plan that will not be legal under Ocare. 

    And to tell you the truth, my inner rebel is very, very close to just dropping all my insurance coverage and going commando.  The fine … err – tax… is much lower than my premiums and the insurance companies will have to pay for my treatment even if I get sick first before I buy coverage, so there’s no benefit to me to keep it, other than my innate honesty.

    The insurance companies are all going to go bankrupt anyway, which was the Ds plan from the beginning, because most people won’t pay the high premiums (and going much much higher since pre-existing conditions are going to have to be covered.)  All my money will do is stave off the inevitable for a few extra months, and screw that. What’s the point of standing there with my finger in the dike when the Ds are determined to blow up the dam.

  1. I’m in the same boat.  I have a high deductible plan that will not be legal under Ocare. 

    And to tell you the truth, my inner rebel is very, very close to just dropping all my insurance coverage and going commando.  The fine … err – tax… is much lower than my premiums and the insurance companies will have to pay for my treatment even if I get sick first before I buy coverage, so there’s no benefit to me to keep it, other than my innate honesty.

    The insurance companies are all going to go bankrupt anyway, which was the Ds plan from the beginning, because most people won’t pay the high premiums (and going much much higher since pre-existing conditions are going to have to be covered.)  All my money will do is stave off the inevitable for a few extra months, and screw that. What’s the point of standing there with my finger in the dike when the Ds are determined to blow up the dam.

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