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#511 Rogerdodger

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Posted 01 April 2017 - 10:00 AM

Obamacare's PLANNED FAILURE is slowly taking hold.

Soon the "Affordable Care Act" may become the "Unavailable Care Act" as insurers pull out.

Once again, the General Accounting Office was off by millions in it's estimates of healthy participants willingly paying ridiculous premiums for those with pre-existing medical conditions.

 

Obamacare choices may go from 1 to 0 in some places...

 

Humana announced this year that they’d be leaving the markets altogether next year. That means there are parts of Tennessee that will have no insurance options unless another insurer decides to enter.

And Anthem, which operates in 14 states, is getting nervous, an industry analyst told Bloomberg News this week.

 

 

 

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Edited by Rogerdodger, 01 April 2017 - 10:06 AM.


#512 AChartist

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Posted 02 April 2017 - 08:35 AM

if trump stopped the obama quarterly sweep of all cash, profit, and mortgage insurance premium out of federal housing alphabet

 

corporations fannie and freddie, plus thefts out of irs,

 

the obamacare april fools 1st qtr joke is now.

 

 

https://mountainrepu...fund-obamacare/

 

 Exclusive: Obama Illegally Robbed Fannie, Freddie to Fund Obamacare
Exclusive: Obama Illegally Robbed Fannie, Freddie to Fund Obamacare
Posted on February 27, 2017 by Mountain Republic — 7 Comments
OBAMA DIVERTED MONEY FROM LOW-INCOME HOUSING TO KEEP OBAMACARE ALIVE

 

 

http://www.americant...g_flimflam.html

 

The Obamacare financing flimflam
By Jack Hellner
The fact that the Obama administration illegally used funds not appropriated by Congress to prop up Obamacare should be a big story, but somehow the diligent media have somehow been able to

make sure the public doesn't see it.  Essentially, the Obama administration stole money from low-income housing funds at Fannie and Freddie to prop up Obamacare after a judge told them to stop

diverting funds illegally at HHS.

From the linked article:

Federal court litigation provides evidence the Obama administration illegally diverted taxpayer funds that had not been appropriated by Congress in an unconstitutional scheme to keep Obamacare

from imploding.

In 2016, a U.S. District judge caught the Obama administration's Health and Human Services Department acting unconstitutionally and therefore put an end to the illegal diversion of taxpayer funds,

but the Obama administration didn't stop there.

The Obama administration instead turned to the nation's two government-sponsored mortgage giants – the Federal National Mortgage Association, commonly known as "Fannie Mae," and the Federal

Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, commonly known as "Freddie Mac" – to invent a new diversion of funds in a desperate attempt to keep Obamacare from collapsing.

Now we know why the Obama administration unilaterally changed rules on Fannie Mae funds in 2012.  They basically screwed private-sector bondholders and shareholders to create a slush fund for

left-wing groups allied with the administration.  These funds do not go through Congress.  They are treated as off-balance sheet entities, where the amount that comes to the government is treated as

a net reduction in expenses instead of an increase in revenue.  In other words, it allows Congress and the president to pretend they are controlling spending.


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#513 Rogerdodger

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 08:27 AM

Now that ACA is dying under it's own weight, not all news is a horror story:

UNITEDHEALTH PROFIT SOARS AS OBAMACARE BUSINESS SHRINKS...

 

UnitedHealth's first-quarter profit soared 35 percent as the nation's biggest health insurer slashed participation in Affordable Care Act exchanges but grew just about every other part of its business.


Edited by Rogerdodger, 18 April 2017 - 08:27 AM.