What happened to my “free” Obama Care ?????

We have Blue Cross / Blue Shield Health Insurance

We have been pretty healthy in 2012.

We are not really “old”.

But here is what has happened to our costs in 2013.

Blue Cross Blue Shield rate increases

We now pay $1450.54 every three months

1-15-13 it goes to $1697.86 every two months

What happened to my “free” Obama Care Health Insurance?????

2012 rate $5,802.16

2013 rate $10,037.16

Wow, just about doubled, how is that Obama Care working out for you????


  1. splined said:

    You can depend on government involment to increase the cost of the products offered whether health care or higher education.  More government equals more expenses for the consumer.

    December 9, 2012
  2. splined said:

    A major reason that margins in ag are tight is because of government not only assuming nearly all the production and marketing risks for many of the major ag crops, but also government guaranteeing a profit to many farmers with current prices and current government insurance schemes. Current farm bill proposals double down on these government risk assumption schemes with new and crazier shallow loss income guaranteeing schemes. When farmers have to budget for more of the production and marketing risks they are not as crazy about driving profitability margins below zero

    December 26, 2012
  3. Bajaj said:

    In order to achieve this goal there are various provisions of the act that are to be implemented over a period of time so wait and see.

    December 30, 2012
  4. splined said:

    Congress needs to be prohibited from engaging in the selective agricultural investment and profit guaranteeing business. Their sorry record of targeting select farmers with highly discriminatory multimillion dollar investment/profit guaranteeing policies has destroyed countless rural communities by neutering the ability of smaller farmers to compete. To guarantee that the largest and obviously potentially most profitable business always will have a vastly superior incomes renders the smaller farmers incapable of competing in this highly competitive business. If congress is going to be involved in the safety net business all farmers are equally deserving of comparably valued safety nets.

    December 30, 2012

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