Monday, September 23, 2013

I Wish I Was A Typical Family of Four Obamacare Will Increase Health Spending By $7,450 For A Typical Family of Four
$621 billion is a pretty eye-glazing number. Most readers will find it easier to think about how this number translates to a typical American family—the very family candidate Obama promised would see $2,500 in annual savings as far as the eye could see. So I have taken the latest year-by-year projections, divided by the projected population and multiplied the result by 4.
Interactive Guide: What Will Obamacare Cost You?
Simplistic? Maybe, but so too was the President’s campaign promise. And this approach allows us to see just how badly that promise fell short of the mark. Between 2014 and 2022, the increase in national health spending (which the Medicare actuaries specifically attribute to the law) amounts to $7,450 per family of 4.
I wish my personal cost under Obozocare went up just $7,450 over the next nine years.

Mine went up $12,420. Just me, as a healthy, non-smoker with no family. That doesn't even include any future increases in insurance premiums that I would suffer.

At least it did on paper; I dropped out and I won't be coming back.

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