No One Signs Up for ObamaCare in Sebelius' Own State of Kansas
The woman who is behind the controls of ObamaCare was unable to convince even one person from Kansas, the state she used to govern, to sign up for it.
Though HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is the former governor of Kansas, Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) was informed by an insurance provider in his home state that none of the 365,000 uninsured people living there successfully signed up for insurance on the ObamaCare exchange on the first day.
According to LifeNews, Huelskamp had his own difficulties signing up in the exchanges as well, waiting ‚Äúon hold‚ÄĚ for over 60 hours, and still, as of Thursday, being unable to sign up....
I hope that the older generation is praying for the young. we've heaped decades of adventures, debt, abortions on them for a false gospel... but come on kids, now that you're losing your jobs, pay up, pay up, and take care of us while you are at it.
No, Bro., I just reported to you what an expert said about a lack of competition in healthcare market in Nebraska (and I assumed Kansas also) try to counter with a reasoned statement please. A knee jerk reaction is an autonomic reaction, something done without thinking
I'm not surprised to find that Blue Cross/Blue Shield seems to be the only one advertising in Kansas about the ACA, Health Care Reform and You [Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Kansas] , which may mean the insurance may not be too affordable? (I'm not implying in anyway that Blue Cross is a bad company, but not low priced!) It seems to be the main company in both Nebraska and Kansas.
(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers. syn- socialism.
One of the many problems with the UNaffordable health care act rammed through by the democrats, but not to worry MORE to come, MORE yet unrealized. This is what happens when you implement something that is a failure every place it is in place. LONG (months at a time) wait times, fewer doctors, relegated (by "health" panels)services; poorer heath service for higher cost! Remember to write a thank you note to the democrats as NO republican voted for it. If you want to know how good it is, ask your politician who is covered by it.
Well, if the Kansas state government is anything like Nebraska's the Federal government got no co-operation from it.
As the previous commenter pointed out, there are still some kinks to get worked out in signing up people, so there may be many signers in Kansas as time goes on. Also as was pointed out in Nebraska, there are so few providers of health insurance in the state, that there is no competition to make rates lower.