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The other factor which makes Kidboy's argument rrelevant is the following. The overhwelming majority of Americans get their health insurance from Employee Sponsored plans. But do the employees pay the full price for health insurance? Of course not, that's why it's called Employee Sponsored Insurance as they subsidize the premiums for their employees and receive tax credits/deductions from the federal government.
Employers usually pay a very significant percentage of the premiums and that's a fact. So why would anyone object to Obamacare using the same process? In the case cited by Kidboy, the percentage of the subsidy is a meager 27%. That's nothing when compared to most Employee Sponsored plans which often pay more than 50% of the premiums. Sounds like a double standard from KidBoy, doesn't it? No surprise there!
Posted by CriticalThinking
Double standard is what you post. What I posted is what Obamacare pays for a family making 75k. You continue to try to bash what I post. So be it.
Have a great night.
Posted by KidBoy2
Why are you reluctant to engage in meaningful discussion, especially when someone posts information that is contrary to your opinion?
What is wrong with what Critical Thinking posted? My son's employer pays a little more percentage than what he posted. What's wrong with that?