Senate Healthcare Bill Fines People Refusing Coverage

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Americans who refuse to buy affordable medical coverage could be hit with fines of more than $1,000 under a health care overhaul bill unveiled Thursday by key Senate Democrats looking to fulfill President Barack Obama’s top domestic priority.

The Congressional Budget Office estimated the fines will raise around $36 billion over 10 years. Senate aides said the penalties would be modeled on the approach taken by Massachusetts, which now imposes a fine of about $1,000 a year on individuals who refuse to get coverage. Under the federal legislation, families would pay higher penalties than individuals.

In a revamped health care system envisioned by lawmakers, people would be required to carry health insurance just like motorists must get auto coverage now. The government would provide subsidies for the poor and many middle-class families, but those who still refuse to sign up would face penalties. Read More

Here you have it America, if you refuse to buy Obama’s healthcare insurance you will be fined $1,000 or more! Is this what you were expecting when you supported Obama as president? Or was it that you expected free no cost healthcare? I bet it was the latter and now you will be disappointed that you will have to pay for the Obama healthcare insurance!

Tea Party anyone? Find one near you and let Obama know that you have had enough of his radical policies.

LINKS:

(1) Journalist Doing His Job: Jake Tapper Challenges Obama on Socialized Health Care (video)

(2) How the NEW healthcare will effect me. Now, think about how it will effect you.

(3) Canada has a Boom in Private Health Care Business

(4) The White House Admits Americans Will Be Forced Out of Their Current Health Care Plans

(5) Government to Force Americans to Buy Health Insurance

(6) Senate bill fines people refusing health coverage

(7) Forced To Buy Health Insurance

(8) MSM: Senate bill fines people refusing health coverage

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