Henry Vilas wrote:Just wonderin' what Sandi will complain about the ACA once the website is up and running with little or no problems. I'm sure she'll find something. Haters gotta hate.
Henry the website isn't the problem, although it is a small one. The problem is the law itself. The choices of plans has shrunk. You can no longer purchase an inexpensive plan that suits your needs. If you can financially afford a certain amount of health problems, it isn't usually smart to pay premiums to cover them. I buy insurance for my truck, but not for my entertainment center. If someone wants catastrophic coverage only to guard against financial ruin, why should they have to pay more premium for mundane expenses?
Stebben84 wrote:It's called credibility Sandi. He made claims about the security of those websites and they proved to be false. Get it now.
Right now no one can prove much of anything about the security, or more accurately lack of security at healthcare.fail.