Obamacare – Fallback Plan Quickly Becoming the Mainstay

Obamacare – Fallback Plan Quickly Becoming the Mainstay
The architects of Obamacare designed a program the success of which requires the creation of health care exchanges by all 50 states. According to Politico, the national exchange platform, HealthCare.gov, was created as a short-term and limited method to provide the states with time to construct their own exchanges and work out the kinks. Much to the dismay of many, this fallback plan is quickly evolving into the mainstay for most states. Politicoexplains that currently “36 states rely on HealthCare.gov, the federal exchange, to enroll people in health coverage. At least two more states are opting in next year, with a few others likely to follow. Only two states are trying to get out.” It appears as though Republican members correctly predicted that the temporary fallback federal plan would become the primary source for health care participants. Once again, rollout of the Affordable Care Act is creating unintended consequences that have the potential to send the nation into a terrifying tailspin.

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