Saturday December 7, 2013
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Have you tried the website for yourself? Or on Medicare or an employer plan and may not need the Marketplace? It doesn't take much "navigating" as it is pretty good now. Took me several tries over 30 days, but got an account, then after a couple more tries, enrolled in a plan. Just follow the directions... You can always use the toll-free number instead. The chat works, too.
That said, would be glad to help you. Wanna get together?!
Come on, folks. Open your minds a bit before bashing something or someone.
The ACA website (healthcare.gov) works just fine. Saved me almost half of what I currently am paying AND I get better preventative coverage and a much lower deductible. Amazing what one finds out when one researches for him/herself. I found out that people with pre-existing conditions did get the screws put to them. Not anymore! Woo-hoo!
My premium is now almost half what it was as an individual insured through the ACA. And no, I do not receive assistance. And, yes, it is a better policy with a much lower deductible. Again, two sides...
Our British family members like their coverage and wonder why the U.S. doesn't have national health insurance. Two sides...
Kim, read the thread again. Please. Read what I wrote in response to the guy's one liner. If he wants to know, I gave him a way to find out that is - again - public record. There is no discussion required, no right or wrong to it.
I don't know...what possible business is it to Ted? Why don't you ask Ted? He said he was "curious." I merely pointed out a way to discover the answer.
"Just because you can access information on people now on the internet....does not make it right."
It is PUBLIC RECORD. Wherever the agent has the property listed, online or in a newspaper, it is available to the PUBLIC. Not a right or wrong issue, Rex.
Just look her up on the county website then check Trulia or Realtor dot com.
If you guys spent more time thinking instead of...but I digress.
We need as many people as possible of all ages and walks of life to do their research and vote. That is what will change election outcomes. More voices. Perhaps not in my lifetime, but I keep hoping! And I hope you reconsider and register and then vote in the next election, John.
Hmm. Seems to me most of these people who are regulars on the message boards would already have been banned!
Ms. Shulman, Thank you for your letter. You are definitely not alone in feeling shame over Brenda Barton's words. She doesn't represent my views at all...but since she was elected by a majority of voters she does, unfortunately, represent my district.
And so it goes...
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