The recession is over. Unemployment is history. And Greece, well they are going to be just fine. As soon as ObamaCare passes, money will rain down as if God has released it from the clouds of partisanship. Food will be ample. Fuel will be plentiful. And health care premiums will drop 3,000%.
It’s a Christmas miracle.
“You’re employer, it’s estimated, would see premiums fall by as much as 3,000% which means they could give you a raise,” Obama told a sparse crowd of 200 yesterday in Ohio.
Not only will ObamaCare lower premiums, Obama assured, but it’ll rake in dough. Massive dough. Actually, we’ll all be rich. Except for health insurance providers. They’ll be very, very poor.
If premiums fell by a trifle 100%, that would mean insurance would be free. But no. The magic doesn’t end until America goes home drunk with health care coverage and the money they’ll be making. Forget working for yourself. Forget investing. Just buy an expensive health insurance policy and start shopping for your second home in Tuscany.
If your current health insurance policy costs $5,000 a year, insurance companies will pay you $145,000 a year (2,900 percent multiplied by $5,000). If you’re fortunate enough to be paying $25,000 a year for health insurance, insurance companies will pay you $725,000 a year. There’s no word whether you can purchase a more expensive health insurance policy to increase the amount of money that insurers pay you each year.
When considering how ObamaCare will be the end of poverty, disease, and poor-fitting shoes, it’s difficult to understand why Speaker Nancy Pelosi is having to pat her head, rub her belly, and perform all other forms of weird human tricks to secure the current 37 Democrats still “no” on ObamaCare, with 11 still solidly “undecided.”
What’s the holdup? Utopia and a 3,000% premium decrease is just one House vote away.
But you have to hand it to Pelosi. She got it right last week. We really don’t know what’s in the ObamaCare bill. And it’s appears neither does Obama.