Signing up for Obamacare will force Millennials to pay more to cover costs for the wealthier. Rates will increase by an average of 169% for the young while older people will pay about 22% less. Continue »
Obamacare turns the concept of health insurance on its face by forcing the young to subsidize the old, rather than calculating for the risk a young person actually poses. Young people won’t benefit from purchasing a policy through the Obamacare exchanges that will cost more with no return on their investment.
Not only is Obamacare generational theft in the immediate sense, young people who buy a plan through its exchange now won’t even benefit in the long-run. A healthy 18 year old who purchases an Obamacare plan now is essentially paying an 18% excise tax over his entire lifetime. It’s a bad deal.
Obamacare contributes to both generational and income inequality by forcing businesses to shift hourly workers to part-time positions and to drop their employer coverage. The economic realities created by Obamacare disproportionately impact those just entering the workforce and low-income earners.
A serious wealth gap between young and old Americans already exists in this country, and Obamacare exacerbates it at a time when the unemployment rate for 18-29 year olds is over 60% higher than the national average.
Now that we know government collects the email and phone data of innocent Americans, do you want to further compromise your privacy? If you sign up for Obamacare, your sensitive information will go into a new central data hub—an identity thief’s dream. Continue »
Obamacare utilizes a data hub to process individual’s purchase of health insurance. This data hub will provide unprecedented access of sensitive data to multiple government departments.
Navigators hired to secure the private data have not been properly (if at all) trained and vetted.
The data hub will be extremely susceptible to hackers and cyber-attacks.
In light of recent revelations about the NSA, FBI, and IRS we should strive to protect our privacy.
Obamacare is full of exceptions for those connected enough to get special favors, mostly corporate cronies, congress and their special friends. These inconsistencies contribute to businesses avoiding Obamacare by shifting to more part-time positions-hurting those looking for jobs after graduation. Continue »
Members of Congress and their staff were exempted by the White House from a provision in Obamacare that stated they must join the exchanges. Additionally, the department of Health and Human Services granted over 543,812 workers represented by labor unions waivers last year, while 69,813 people employed by private companies received the same special treatment.
Uncertainty surrounding Obamacare has slowed new business investments. Not knowing what to expect has caused employers; especially small businesses, to halt growth. A recent Chamber of Commerce survey found that 71% of small business owners are finding it harder to make new hires because of Obamacare.
The implementation of Obamacare has been rife with delays and special carve-outs for the well-connected. Data from the the non-partisan Congressional Research Service shows that Obamacare has been delayed or amended 19 times — 5 of which were undertaken by the White House unilaterally.
In order to avoid the economically damaging mandates contained within Obamacare, businesses are cutting worker hours and dropping health care coverage. This forces people with lower incomes into expensive Obamacare exchanges in order to access health insurance.
By signing this petition you are telling the government, Congress and corrupt big businesses (who profit off of Obamacare) that you know a bad deal when you see one. Sign this petition to tell your elected officials that you know a bad deal when you see one. Empower yourself by opting out of Obamacare. Share with your most important friends: