Saturday, March 29, 2014

March 31st . Did you Sign up?

 Hi Folks did ya enroll ? Ides of March 31st are
It's here the  ***March 31st deadline to en-roll into the Obama-Care ( California Covered) insurance scheme is upon us . So Far nation wide 5 million have enrolled , but who are they? Between all the glitches on the web site over the past year , many of kinks seemed to ironed out . Now Obama - Care is still failing to enroll younger people on average it's been stacking up with older Americans with catastrophic illness . There is a penalty for not signing up for any health care by Monday’s deadline. You pay $95 or 1 percent of your income, whichever is greater. The amount increases every year. The government is making exceptions if you at least tried to sign up or have special circumstances. Obama administration officials are adamant that the fast-approaching March 31 deadline to enroll in health coverage will not budge. President Obama himself stressed the firm deadline at a town-hall event Thursday in Washington aimed at urging Latinos to enroll. One could be excused for thinking that the individual-mandate deadline might be allowed to slip. The first two months of open enrollment were hobbled by the massive problems with and some of the state-run exchanges. And so many other aspects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have changed since the law went into effect, including two delays to the employer mandate to provide coverage. Several regulatory changes were just announced on Wednesday.The biggest change was that the administration is now allowing people with plans that don’t meet ACA criteria to extend those plans to the end of 2016, if the insurers agree. That itself is the second such extension of so-called subpar plans, a remedy aimed at addressing Mr. Obama’s frequent false promise that “if you like your plan, you can keep your plan.” Ah -ha. t' is funny, in an expensive kind of way. They will keep delaying it until they are able to bribe enough suckers to make their quotas. Meanwhile  still Millions of people in the United States will remain uninsured despite this week’s final, frenzied push to sign them up under the health law. Their reasons are all over the map.You’ve heard about the achievement gap, the wide disparity in educational performance between disadvantaged minorities and the rest of the student population.Now comes the insurance gap, and in California it’s playing out most notably in the number of Latinos and Asian-Americans signing up for private health plans under the new health care law.Of the nearly 700,000 people who enrolled in a health plan as of Feb. 28 through the Covered California health insurance exchangeand identified their ethnicity, 23.1 percent were Asian or Pacific Islander. Twenty-two percent were Latino. Experts attribute the disparity to several factors: Asians are more comfortable and more familiar with using government services, and the level of outreach by ethnic community groups on Obamacare has been much more strategic in Asian communities than in the Latino community. Also, fears about interacting with the government in Latino households with mixed immigration statuses have held down the number of Latinos signing up for health plans. The Times notes that Covered California, the state version of, "did not offer applications in Spanish until the end of December, and a Spanish-language site was dogged by translation errors." Surprisingly, this did not yield the turnout among Latinos they were expecting. The "Big" joke here is that Of course they haven't enrolled. If you could live totally off of the grid in a cash and barter based society. ## Pay little to no taxes. Receive all of the social services you need. Live in relative comfort and safety far better than you've ever know....Would you risk exposure to pay for something you already get for free?


*** and if you can't enroll by the April 15th, you can apply for the April 30th extension. If that's not good for you, there is all ways the May 15th extension, or, if needed the May 30th extension. If you think your schedule will still be a problem, then take advantage of the 2 for 1 special - apply now for a June 15th deadline extension and get a FREE upgrade to the June 30 extension! Hurry! Apply for your extension while this amazing offer is still available! ‘Signing up’ means you have visited the websites (either Fed or State) and completed an insurance application; it doesn’t mean they actually have insurance, nor that they have paid for the policy.. Let’s see what the Insurance Co’s report in their Q1 SEC reporting; I’ll bet you’re going to see a ‘lot fewer’ actual paid policies issued than 6 million.. ##. Latinos maybe are going get MORE out of Obama-Care as reported “Whether they’re Mexican nationals or whether they’re United States citizens or whether they’re in transition– and if they’re there it is our responsibility within all of America to educate on the Affordable Care Act,” Enroll America field organizer Jose Medrano told Breitbart News on Wednesday. Mexican nationals and U.S. citizens alike were encouraged to sign up for coverage under the Obamacare exchange at a “health fair” hosted by theMexican Consulate in Brownsville, Texas, last week.“Promoting Obamacare at a Mexican consulate raises three major policy concerns,” Stephen Miller, a spokesman for top immigration hawk, U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., told Breitbart News. “One, the possibility that illegal immigrants could fraudulently access federal subsidies; two, that such promotions provide a financial inducement to unlawfully enter the U.S. [or overstay a visa] by offering households headed by illegal immigrants federal subsidies through their legal relatives or dependents; and three, that these activities widen an existing flaw in our legal admissions process by continuing to subvert the principle that those seeking to lawfully enter the U.S. should be financially self-sufficient.”

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