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Insurers want to hike Obamacare premiums 10% for 2017: Is Obamacare a complete failure?

  • Obamacare is a complete failure

    While I do respect the president for trying to make a huge change to the failing healthcare system, it was not done in a proper way that was ever going to work. He also lied about being able to keep existing doctors and premiums not changing. It has been a failure since the first day it was rolled out.

  • No, Obamacare is not a complete failure.

    Finding affordable health insurance coverage has been a problem facing many Americans for decades. High rates of uninsured people places a burden on those that get stuck paying for their healthcare coverage. The truth is that insurance premiums were rising at fast rates before Obamacare was implemented. At least now, low-income Americans can find more affordable coverage options, and those with preexisting conditions cannot be turned down for coverage.

  • No absolutely not

    Obamacare is not a complete failure, look at the NHS, it is a complete success. Insurance companies just want to take more money out of the general public because they are greedy. Also just because they want it to happen does not mean it will actually happen, it does not mean that everyone will be writing a much bigger monthly check to their insurer.

  • Obamacare is not a failure

    Obamacare is not a failure, despite insurers seeking to hike premiums in 2017. Premiums were going up at an alarming rate prior to the bill's passage. Obamacare has provided millions of people with health care insurance, after previously doing without coverage. The bill also addresses the cost side and mandates coverage for those with preexisting conditions.


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