Skip to comments.Will you buy health insurance? Or will you not comply?
Posted on 06/28/2012 12:15:47 PM PDT by Halfmanhalfamazing
What say you to the king? He deemeth that thou shalt buy insurance, or face the wrath of a dictator scorn.
You ready to stand on your feet? Or are you living on your knees?
I’m disabled and on SSDI.
What happens to folks on Medicare ,, SSA ,,, how will they be effected ?
We’re not buying it. Period. I imagine Wyoming will opt out of it anyway.
I won’t buy it. Count me in as the poster child for non-compliance.
let me know if the state does. i’m torn between mt and wy to move to.
My employer requires me to purchase the company plan as a condition of employment. Since it is an agreement into which I freely entered, I don’t have a problem with it.
Until this thing is fully and 100% repealed, I say we do all that we can to bankrupt our own Government; they obviously don't have me and mine or yours in mind.
I figure my state, KY, will opt out. It’s one of the reasons I move here (the attitude here, not the specific decision).
The fine goes up every year. They only need a few years to drive the insurance companies out of business.
I already started hearing on the corporate-government news channels how “MOST Americans” will have to buy it. What happened to “ALL Americans”? This must be b/c all the special groups, e.g. Muslims and the lazy, will be exempt. Meanwhile, the suckers like we who still have private sector jobs, will be unable to afford private insurance on top of this new “tax.” So, when we become seriously ill, it’s off to the deathcamps with us.
And no, after my corporation stops offering it, I’m not buying government-death.
I can’t afford it. My employer offers it, but pays nothing towards it themselves (I don’t think they should, either). Still, it’s out of my reach.
The more people refuse to comply, the more it bolsters the left’s argument for universal coverage. They will lump non-compilers in with the rest of the uninsured, and then force everyone into a single-payer system. In a sense, they’ve made is so that non-compliance plays right into their hands.
I buy my insurance on the private market. I do so for my own personal economic reasons.
I think the best action we can take is to elect conservatives and try to repeal or neuter Obamacare.
I get my insurance through my company, which belongs to my family. I suppose I will wait it out and see what happens and how long they are able to carry me. After that, I probably will not buy it.
Since I am insured through mr p6’s employer it won’t matter unless she loses her job...which I believe will happen. She works for a company that expidites other companies insurance claims.
When that happens...
COME AND GET ME COPPER!
I’m not buying sheat.
I’m going to default on my mortgage, go on food stamps, declare bankruptcy, secure a disability settlement, and let honest, productive, private sector Americans support my dead-assed, lazy carcass.
Its the new American way.
—Until this thing is fully and 100% repealed, I say we do all that we can to bankrupt our own Government; they obviously don’t have me and mine or yours in mind.—
That’s pretty much my take as well. Taxable income is poison.
Isn’t health care free now?
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