Nancy Pelosi does NOT want you to call the law #ObamaCare. She also wants you to know how “affordable. affordable. affordable… Infinitely more affordable…..” the “Affordable” Care Act makes health insurance policies. Oh really? 

Very grateful? • Ellen DeGeneres Interviews Obama: “I Think Everyone’s Very Grateful” For ObamaCare

Watch 50 ObamaCare Victims From 50 States Destroy Harry Reid’s ‘Lies’ Charge. Share your story with letters@mycancellation.com.

Insurance Salesman In Chief? President Obama went on the Ellen DeGeneres show to pitch #ObamaCare.

A pastor recently diagnosed with cancer, and who is covered under ObamaCare, tells a local Iowa reporter that there’s “no compassion in the Affordable Care Act.” ObamaCare ‘anything but affordable.’

A pastor recently diagnosed with cancer, and who is covered under ObamaCare, tells a local Iowa reporter that there’s “no compassion in the Affordable Care Act.” ObamaCare ‘anything but affordable.’

Florida woman found in “bureaucratic nightmare” trying to cancel ObamaCare plan | WOFL-Fox 35 

Note from Fmr Secret Service Agent, Dad, and Congressional Candidate Dan Bonjino:
Sadly, the latest tactic for ObamaCare partisans is to attack Americans who were victims of its legislative hubris.
Like millions of others my plan was cancelled, and while I am not a Democratic strategist, I can’t believe it is anything other than a fool’s errand to call Americans who have had their healthcare plans cancelled liars. Enough is enough. Stop the games. Stop the deception.Stop the attacks. We deserve better.

Note from Fmr Secret Service Agent, Dad, and Congressional Candidate Dan Bonjino:

Sadly, the latest tactic for ObamaCare partisans is to attack Americans who were victims of its legislative hubris.

Like millions of others my plan was cancelled, and while I am not a Democratic strategist, I can’t believe it is anything other than a fool’s errand to call Americans who have had their healthcare plans cancelled liars. 

Enough is enough. Stop the games. Stop the deception.
Stop the attacks. We deserve better.

Feeling Cheated

Note from Stewart in Vermont:

My insurance plan in Vermont was canceled late last year. At first, I had a comprehensive base plus major medical plan, but the price for such a plan with a reasonable out-of-pocket became unaffordable. My insurer did not offer any high deductible (i.e., major medical without base coverage) to the individual market. So, after a month of exhaustive work with a customer service representative at my insurer, I was able to obtain the coverage I needed by joining the Vermont Retail Association (VRA) as an associate member. This new plan had the coverage I needed at a price I could afford.

It took eight tries to register and enroll at Vermont Health Connect (the Vermont Obamacare exchange), but I finally succeeded. I now have a plan similar to the one I lost, but the out-of-pocket is double that of the VRA group plan, and by 2016 when the full Obamacare middle class premium loads are in effect, I will be paying almost 30% more for a significantly weaker plan than I had before.

I feel cheated out of all the work it took to replace my original comprehensive plan with a much more affordable major medical only plan, only to lose my new VRA plan which I liked, and be forced to enroll in a PPACA “comporting” plan that provides much less coverage and costs materially more than the plan I just lost.

Obamacare is clearly a disaster, and must be defunded, repealed, or vacated.

From Christina:
Our previous monthly bill from Anthem was $399.00 a month. Anthem raised it to $860.60 on January 1, 2014 and a different plan because our old plan does not exist any more. That is $461.60 jump. We dropped Anthem and now pay out of pocket. I just pray that nothing catastrophic happens to me, my husband, and two young children. Repeal ObamaCare!!
 
From Christina:
Our previous monthly bill from Anthem was $399.00 a month. Anthem raised it to $860.60 on January 1, 2014 and a different plan because our old plan does not exist any more. That is $461.60 jump. We dropped Anthem and now pay out of pocket. I just pray that nothing catastrophic happens to me, my husband, and two young children. Repeal ObamaCare!!
 

Lost Retiree Insurance & Trusted Doctors

A note from Oliver in Nevada:
I retired in September of 2005. As a result I had been covered by my retiree insurance since then. In September or October of 2012 I was notified that my retiree insurance would be cancelled on December 31, 2012 due to changes brought about by ObamaCare. I was advised I would have to apply for insurance from a list of providers they gave me. As a result I no longer have access to 2 of my doctors that I have had for years and the one prescription I most need is not covered by the new plan. The ones that are covered are more expensive than they were under my retiree plan. As of this date I have had no serious problems to be taken care of by my insurance, but I’m not looking forward to that.
I am very displeased with the loss of my retiree insurance and the doctors I have had for years.

Losing Employer Sponsored Health Insurance

Note from Laura who had a family insurance plan via an employer:

They have terminated insurance for all their employees (they fall under the 50 employee cap), so as of April 1, I will have no insurance because I cannot afford this “affordable” healthcare. I’m just praying congress will find a way to eliminate the penalty.

Note from Stephanie in New Jersey: I have heard 100s, if not thousands of stories of people who have had their policies cancelled, or their premiums raised beyond reach… of people who’ve lost access to their doctors and hospitals.  All horror stories in the face of a law that was “supposed” to provide better coverage to more people, and insure those living without any safety net.
 
Allow me to pile on with my mother’s story: one addressing an overlooked segment of the population screwed over by Obamacare: the 65+ crowd who cannot rely on Medicare for the medications and treatments they need to stay alive.
 
My mother is chronically ill and relies on compounded drugs and in-home intravenous treatments to stay alive.  We are smart: when she was 64, we bought a full-on private plan with Aetna so – when she hit 65 – she was able to keep it.
 
That was 7 years ago.  Since then, Aetna has paid anywhere from $100,000 to $150,000 a year in charges that were first rejected by Medicare.  We were paying Aetna $36,000 a year in premiums for the private plan, but it was worth it.
 
Naturally, this caused us to worry that Aetna would try to cancel the policy when the ACA came around, but we were hopeful because Aetna itself has told us, in writing, that my mother’s plan is ”grandfathered" and, in fact, already covers all the medical services required by the ACA.
 
Nevertheless, Aetna sent her notice (picture above) stating that – “because of the ACA” – they are cancelling the policy. 
 
The difference for us is that this cancellation may as well be a death sentence. We must rely on Medicare, which means we will not be able to fund her health care expenses and she will die. We have plenty of doctors who have and would readily attest to this fact… and most of them do not take Medicare, by the way.
 
Well because of Obamacare and, in our case, Aetna and its CEO, Mark Bertolini, my mother will ultimately not go on.

Note from Stephanie in New Jersey:

I have heard 100s, if not thousands of stories of people who have had their policies cancelled, or their premiums raised beyond reach… of people who’ve lost access to their doctors and hospitals.  All horror stories in the face of a law that was “supposed” to provide better coverage to more people, and insure those living without any safety net.

 

Allow me to pile on with my mother’s story: one addressing an overlooked segment of the population screwed over by Obamacare: the 65+ crowd who cannot rely on Medicare for the medications and treatments they need to stay alive.

 

My mother is chronically ill and relies on compounded drugs and in-home intravenous treatments to stay alive.  We are smart: when she was 64, we bought a full-on private plan with Aetna so – when she hit 65 – she was able to keep it.

 

That was 7 years ago.  Since then, Aetna has paid anywhere from $100,000 to $150,000 a year in charges that were first rejected by Medicare.  We were paying Aetna $36,000 a year in premiums for the private plan, but it was worth it.

 

Naturally, this caused us to worry that Aetna would try to cancel the policy when the ACA came around, but we were hopeful because Aetna itself has told us, in writing, that my mother’s plan is ”grandfatheredand, in fact, already covers all the medical services required by the ACA.

 

Nevertheless, Aetna sent her notice (picture above) stating that – “because of the ACA” – they are cancelling the policy. 

 

The difference for us is that this cancellation may as well be a death sentence. We must rely on Medicare, which means we will not be able to fund her health care expenses and she will die. We have plenty of doctors who have and would readily attest to this fact… and most of them do not take Medicare, by the way.

 

Well because of Obamacare and, in our case, Aetna and its CEO, Mark Bertolini, my mother will ultimately not go on.