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Healthcare providers are expressing concern that young people may choose to opt out of Obamacare. They say that healthy 20 somethings who rarely go to the doctor will not see the need. This is true, but not just of 20-somethings.


Many of the same people who don’t have insurance now will choose to opt out. These are folks who could possibly have afforded to pay for insurance but would rather spend that money elsewhere. These are primarily young people who don’t yet have families but this extents well into the 30-something age group and often beyond. There are also a large number of people who would rather use non traditional medicine and therapies and don’t want to be pushed into paying for something that they aren’t using. This seems reasonable. We are just beginning to see some of the unintended consequences of Obamacare.

 

 

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  • surfcitysocal

    So, in other words, the hit-by-a-bus reasoning for the mandate, is a bunch of hooey because most people will take their chances on probably not getting hit by a bus.

    • Michael Griffith

      I’m certainly not going to stay home broke but happy knowing that “if I get hit by a bus” I have insurance!!!!

      No, I would skip the $3500 in premiums and pay the $450 fine and take that extra money and save some of it and use some of it to live my life. And I know most 20-somethings feel the same way.

  • VonZorch Imperial Researcher

    Yep, I by the way, found I was paying much less for the same level of medical care after I no longer had medical insurance.

  • Robert12Disqus

    They can’t force people to buy something and the people should fight back by not only not getting obamacare, but also not paying the penalty. It’s time the people rise up against foolishness in government that thinks they can simply lord it over the people regardless of the people’s will when the representatives are in government only in support of the enumerated powers from the constitution and nothing more. Time to bite the bullet and show them they don’t stand a chance coming after people because the only reason they’re where they’re at is because of the constitution. just because scotus can’t get their act together doesn’t mean america throws in the towel on this – no way! and going against the constitution such as in obamacare is sedition and they should be put in jail so they have lots of time to think about their errors.

    • marc

      Well said. I’ve no plans to pay for obamacare neither directly, nor indirectly — via the penalty/tax. I’m healthy, self-reliant, and no one’s milk cow. And I do understand the importance of civil disobedience when govts overstep. We “suffer while evils are sufferable,” but then revolt at our own discretion.
      Don’t pay either way.

      • 2abner

        you may be on a right track. due to my previous job responsibility, i happened to go to a meeting where a federal worker involved with the ACA talked about a loophole where even if the irs says you would pay their ‘penalty’, they can’t enforce the payment of it..