12/13/2013

Obama unilaterally rewrites the Obamacare law yet again, delaying sign up date: Why is it that Obama keeps expecting private insurance companies to fix his mistakes

What would Obama's reaction be if private companies ever wanted more time?  He would probably attack them.  Originally, the deadline for individuals to be covered by January 1st was December 15th, then December 23rd and now December 31st.  Not only are there real problems with the data being given to the insurance companies, but now the Obama administration is giving the companies absolutely no time to double check that information and no time to even make sense that people have paid for their policies.  If you buy insurance at 11:59:59 PM on December 31st, Obama wants the insurance companies liable for the bills that you accrue at 12:00:01 AM on January 1st.  From Fox Business:
Another Obamacare deadline was pushed back on Thursday and now the White House is asking insurers to accept late payments and still give individuals coverage in the interim. 
The Department of Health and Human Services extended the deadline for individuals who want to be covered on the first of the year to Dec. 31 from Dec. 23. 
HHS is asking insurers to accept payments through this extended date and give consumers additional time to pay their first month’s premium while still offering coverage starting on Jan. 1. . . .

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