I just now had a look at what I might be paying.
It’s over $500 a month and the only questions: your age, your sex, your state and your county of residence.
Everybody knows New Jersey will always wind up paying more.
I am sorry that I even paid for what I paid for: $365 was steep for me — and when that subsidy ended back in 2009, I should have unelected and disenrolled.
And now I feel worse for more or less throwing my money away each month. I’m in a terrible jam and I sure can use that wad of money that I paid into that system permonth — I sure can use it right now.
Yeah, and add to the damage somebody was a first class bleep about not paying what he was supposed to pay as far as taxes and other shared exprenses goes.
It’s like damned if you do and damned if you don’t — you are supposed to have health insurance as a more or less preventative program — in one way or another, you will wind up paying through the nose.
There is no way I can pay for what I was paying for at $365 a month; how in heck am I supposed to pay for over $500 per month??? How does anybody not working pay for it at all? They tell you to apply for Medicaid? Really?
We are cooked.
Every single last one of us.
They needed to go after the health insurance carriers and get them to lower the premiums! That is what was needed.