How has ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act) affected your family? Please take this poll


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7 Responses to How has ObamaCare (the Affordable Care Act) affected your family? Please take this poll

  1. J Baughman says:

    My employer claims that ACA has forced them to increase the cost of our plan. What they’re actually doing is using the ACA as a smokescreen to cover their shifting of costs to the employee.

    ACA also gave my unemployed husband a job; he’s now a licensed insurance agent in our state, making “real adult money”.

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  2. Eric Koenig says:

    I was without private health insurance from late 1985 onwards and had been on county health insurance from 2003 through 2009. In early 2010 I was able to obtain Blue Cross/Blue Shield once again. No “we cannot enroll you due to pre-existing conditions.”

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  3. Ed Darrell says:

    But I checked, and my company can kick me out for lack of a functioning brain.

    “You’re not the jackass whisperer,” they said in a letter. “We’re watching to see if you have half-a-brain to avoid arguing with creationists, birthers, and other non-sentient organisms.”

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  4. JamesK says:

    Well one thing is my insurance company can’t kick me off insurance for having the “preexisting condition” of being born with only one functioning kidney.

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  5. blueollie says:

    I answered “none of these”. Reason: I am on health insurance through my work so the “kept my insurance” answer applied. BUT I got to keep my daughter (who is on college) on my plan so, in that regard, the ACA did affect me (in a good way).

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  6. […] Crossposted from Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub; answers given at this site are tallied on the same spreadsheet. […]

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  7. […] Crossposted from Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub; poll results tallied on same spreadsheet, regardless of site where answers given. […]

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