U. S. Senator Pelosi said about Obamacare bill before it was signed, we have to sign the bill, before you can read what's in it. Today many are finding out just how this health care bill are affecting them today, as well as in the future.
Yesterday, Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander released a statement on how the health care law is forcing the end of a state program created in 2006, called Cover Tennessee, that help provide affordable coverage to as many as 16,000 Tennesseans who were uninsured or had pre-existing conditions. The Senator stated in his release that Obama promised that people could keep their existing coverage, but these Tennesseans are now facing being forced by the law into the Obamacare exchanges, where costs, security of personal information, and the ability of doctors to take new patients are in question.
Over the recent weeks, we have heard how companies like United Parcel Service have told their employees that they will stop covering their spouses because of cost, or Delta Airlines with their announcement that they expect Obama care mandates to greatly increase their healthcare cost by a hundred million dollars next year.
It would seem that the nearly 2000 pages on the affordable health care plan will be doing more harm than good. Many are worrying now if they will be able to afford to live on a part-time job, stressing out on the cost of Obamacare, and having anxiety if they will be able to keep the doctor that is served their family for years. With all this worrying, stressing and anxiety, by the time Obamacare takes effect the otherwise healthy people could very well find themselves sick.