Obamacare's Bump: More Christians Now Sharing Health Care Costs
The Obama administration's health care push didn't just lead 7.1 million Americans to sign up for insurance coverage through government-run exchanges. Christian cost-sharing ministriesâ€”exempt from Affordable Care Act requirementsâ€”also saw a bump in enrollments.
In the months leading up to the March 31 deadline, tens of thousands of Christians opted for faith-based insurance alternatives, where believers contribute a monthly share toward paying for each others' health care costs.
Month-over-month enrollments doubled and tripled throughout the year at Samaritan Ministriesâ€”one of the country's biggest health care sharing ministries, which now has about 113,000 members, 43 percent more than it did a year ago....
This must come to an end immediately,all healthcare will be provided and controlled by the state,under no circumstances is anyone allowed any independence from the state in any aspect of their lives... the state rules all,the state is all...there is nothing but the state....or something like that.