Thursday, December 19, 2013

ObozoCare v. Travel and Entertainment

If you're forced to sign up for ObozoCare--like 5 million Americans and far more to come--you should fuggedabout either travel OR having a second home out-of-state.

Unless you're rather wealthy.

And as Belvedere indirectly highlights, this could have an impact on all those "traveling Broadway productions", and road-shows of various bands.  Not to mention solo acts.

Oh, well.  It's for the children.

HT:  Grim


Anonymous said...

I took a walk using Google Street View through Camden today. I took a walk through hell. The once proud city created by humans is now a groid sewer.

It is impossible for spooks to retain any semblance of civilization. They are devoid human qualities.

steveegg said...

As intended. Keep people cooped up in their pens and they won't notice it could be greener on the other side of the wall.

Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as "Obamacare" to sign up for. It doesn't exist. It's a figment of your imagination.

People sign up for an insurance plan from a private insurance company. I Googled a bit and every company I looked at had provisions for covering for care when someone is away from home.

People sure do make up a lot of shit around here.

Dad29 said...

Oh, yah!! I never thought of Googling an insurance policy!

Stupid me--just like the real-life stupids interviewed for the story linked.

What dumbasses. What dumbass insurance brokers.

Thanks for setting it all straight for us and the NY Times, too.

I'm off to purchase insurance from Google right now.

Anonymous said...

I bought niggercare. Basically fucking whitey pays fo mah dik yo.

Anonymous said...

Here's an article where niggers are ruining public transportation.

Anonymous said...

“I’m for it,” she said. “But what is the reality of it?”

Indeed the reality of it. ObamaCare dictates a plan's coverage minimums, but not the geographic boundary of any given plan's network or the extent of healthcare providers within a network. The variety of network size, network composition, deductible, co-pay and co-insurance combinations available in any given exchange are confusing enough for folks who have been fortunate enough to have had employer sponsored health insurance and somewhat understand their choices. I can only imagine how incomprehensible the new reality is for folks who have never had health insurance and have no frame of reference. Potential subscribers in most exchanges do have a variety of choices if only the can understand just how to compare apples to apples.