Skyrocketing premiums for Obamacare will happen next year, affecting Americans already struggling to pay for the forced health plan.
One of the people who helped craft the oppressive healthcare plan says it will be a “severe” shock for those trying to pay for the failing plan.
It’s a healthcare plan even the president says will cost people more than they can afford. Watch the president’s healthcare architect, Ezekiel Emanuel, lay out the upcoming financial hardship on Americans:
From The Daily Caller:
Ezekiel Emanuel, one of the architects of the Affordable Care Act, told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Tuesday that more than one million Americans will see “severe or uncomfortable” increases in their insurance premiums in the near future.
“I don’t know if that fully covers all of the increase, but even if it does, that’s more than a million Americans who are going to not have help and will see increases, on average, of 25 percent,” Tapper posed. “That’s a lot of money for the average American.”
“Jake, totally agree with you,” Emanuel stated. “There’s a million people for whom this is going to be severe or uncomfortable.”
The crafty architect tries to lessen the impact, but fails to state that price increases will affect anyone seeking healthcare next year.
“We should be clear though, there are some places where the increases are nowhere near what you’re stating,” he added.
Read more details about Obamacare failing, and Democrats attacking the plan, here in The Conservative Republic.
Healthcare is something most people need and want, and all hard-working Americans are willing to pay their fair share. What they don’t need is a government-mandated plan that fails in its promises and only costs people more than a free marketplace. Threats of financially penalizing people on their taxes don’t help the issue.
Healthcare needs to be resolved quickly in this country, and the sooner Democrats get out of the way the better. A solution needs to be crafted to offer benefits helpful to everyone seeking a plan and specifically designed for their needs.