Premiums for Obamacare announced in CA - four times cheaper than current rates - conservative pundit discovers enough testicular fortitude to admit he's been dead wrong from the beginning.

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    The common sense part lies in the fact that the new regulations are causing the cost of health care to rise so much it becomes cheaper to just pay the fine and let the employees default to the federal system.

     



    That's just not true.

     

     



    So the fine is more than the cost of health care premiums?

     



    I was addressing the subject of his sentence, i.e. 'regulations increasing costs'.

     

     

     
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    The common sense part lies in the fact that the new regulations are causing the cost of health care to rise so much it becomes cheaper to just pay the fine and let the employees default to the federal system.

     



    That's just not true.

     

     



    So the fine is more than the cost of health care premiums?

     

     



    I was addressing the subject of his sentence, i.e. 'regulations increasing costs'.

     

     

     



    I see...

     
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    Premium is going up not down !!

    Cost come in lower than expected does not mean is going to be cheaper than what you pay now

    The expected premium to rise 30% but now is going to be around 13% instead. Nothing to cheer if you are the one that are pulling the cart

    around 50% of CA popualtion is going to see their rates go lower (WITH SUDSIDY)

    The moonbats are running around saying how cheap the rates going to be with government sudsidy .... No &&hit

    Grocery at the supermarket is super cheap too (IF YOU PAY FOR IT WITH FOOD STAMP)

     

    http://articles.latimes.com/2013/may/23/business/la-fi-calif-health-rates-20130524

     

    The average premium for individual plans sold through EHealthInsurance in California last year was $177 a month. Covered California said the average premium for the three lowest Silver plans statewide was $321 a month, albeit for more comprehensive benefits.

    Overall, state officials said they can't estimate yet how much rates will rise on average. Blue Shield of California, one of the winning bidders in the exchange, said its existing individual policyholders would pay about 13% more, on average, for coverage in the state marketplace.

     
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    Premium is going up not down !!

    Cost come in lower than expected does not mean is going to be cheaper than what you pay now

    The expected premium to rise 30% but now is going to be around 13% instead. Nothing to cheer if you are the one that are pulling the cart

    around 50% of CA popualtion is going to see their rates go lower (WITH SUDSIDY)

    The moonbats are running around saying how cheap the rates going to be with government sudsidy .... No &&hit

    Grocery at the supermarket is super cheap too (IF YOU PAY FOR IT WITH FOOD STAMP)

     

    http://articles.latimes.com/2013/may/23/business/la-fi-calif-health-rates-20130524

     

    The average premium for individual plans sold through EHealthInsurance in California last year was $177 a month. Covered California said the average premium for the three lowest Silver plans statewide was $321 a month, albeit for more comprehensive benefits.

    Overall, state officials said they can't estimate yet how much rates will rise on average. Blue Shield of California, one of the winning bidders in the exchange, said its existing individual policyholders would pay about 13% more, on average, for coverage in the state marketplace.

     

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