Deadline is six days away
By Juanita Bratcher
Author, Editor & Publisher of CopyLine Magazine
For a while now I have watched some of the weirdest and creepiest television ads about the Affordable Care Act and why people should be suspect of what it has to offer.
The ads are a deliberate, direct attack by some Right Wingers whose sole purpose is to sabotage the true effects of affordable health care â€“ through misinformation. Unfortunately, there are millions of uninsured Americans, many of which are still procrastinating as to whether they should sign up…for whatever reason. Millions have been spent on anti-obamacare ads, and the U.S. House, controlled by Republicans, has repealed the ACA 51 times.
Moreover, the Affordable Care Act passed without a single Republican vote which is now the law of the land. It was passed by the Congress and upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. Yet, Washington Republicans have tried to repeal the law 51 times. Two of their previous actions were to withhold funding of the healthcare law, and of a short-term funding bill that would delay Obamacare for a year. Of course, they were aware at the time of their actions that it would never see the light of day inasmuch as this is Obamaâ€™s signature legislation and he wonâ€™t sign any bill to repeal it.
So for those who are still procrastinating over whether they should sign up or not, the bottom line is specific â€“ itâ€™s all about taking care of yourself and your health needs. If youâ€™re uninsured, there are many positive and sound benefits in signing up for ACA.
March 31 is the last day to enroll for a taxpayer-subsidized health plan through the new online markets or exchanges. You can find the Affordable Care Act plan comparisons at www.healthplanratings.org, and more at https://www.healthcare.gov/
By all estimates, Obamacare is making traction. As to date, more than 5 million people have signed up for Obamacare through the marketplace.
Remember, your health is your number one priority. There’s peace of mind in having quality, affordable health care for you and your family. You could also be eligible for financial assistance.
No more procrastination, sign up for ACA before the deadline.