Creepy Uncle Sam Obamacare Care-nival Video
Obamacare was sold as a great deal for young Americans - but it turned out to be a creepy, intrusive, and expensive government plan.
"Like your doctor" and "like your plan" suddenly proved untrue. The reality was much darker.
Get the facts, learn more, and take action at http://creepycarenival.com
Highlights of presentation:
The ObamaCare Hub - diagram of information exchangehttp://eyesonpa.com/a/uploads/25571/download
Financing is with major cuts to Medicare Over $700 B
Massive tax increases across the board.
There are 20 major new taxes estimated to increase revenue by $592.2 Billion years 2010-2019
Increasing to $1.058 trillion between 2013-2022.
The estimates are for an increase of $6363 dollars for a family of four thru 2022.
This does not include the higher state costs for the exchanges et. Al.
What benefits are you receiving for the horrendous cost?
Ask yourself if this worth this ever increasing cost?
It is estimated that between 800,000 and 1,000,000 would be added to Pa. Medicaid rolls under the ObamaCare expansion.
Medicaid is now a two tier system. For those who qualified prior to ObamaCare but did not sign up, the state will be forced to pay at the old rate.
Prior to March 2010 the state paid 45% of the cost and the federal share was 55%. (estimated 175,000 in Pa. old rate)
ObamaCare's individual mandate forces them to enroll in Medicaid when they apply for other benefits.
The “new eligible's” will be covered by the feds 100% for the first three years and 90% to the year 2020. However, Obama’s 2013 budget reduces that amount by some unknown percentage.
Plus there is no guarantee of matching funds beyond 2020.
With the expansion Pa. would go from 1 in 6 to 1 in 4 residents being on the Medicaid rolls. (over 3 million people by 2021)
Pa has the second highest per capita Medicaid costs in the USA and the fourth in total expenditures at $8.2 billion in 2012
Medicaid made up 30% of the Pa operating budget in 2012 against a national average of 23%. An increase of 83% in the last decade. (handouts to that effect)
The “new eligible's” in Pa. would cost tax payers more than $21 billion from 2014 to 2022.
Here are some of the handouts as supporting documenation:http://eyesonpa.com/a/uploads/21464/downloadhttp://eyesonpa.com/a/uploads/21415/downloadhttp://eyesonpa.com/a/uploads/21416/downloadhttp://eyesonpa.com/a/uploads/21417/download