Obamacare Exchange

Even in a faux “marketplace”, people can still vote with their dollars

by Skip August 10, 2017

Given that I just came home from the Americans For Prosperity NH’s (AFP) Tax Reform meeting at Pittman’s Freight Room in Laconia, this is appropriate.  I’ve said for years now that a free marketplace is one where people make decisions that benefit their own self-interest; if something does not add value to their lives, they […]

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Maryland Obamacare Exchange: “Abandon all hope [of privacy] all ye that enter here”

by Skip October 8, 2013

Heh!:  “Due to the absence of either an FY 2014 appropriation or Continuing Resolution for the Department of Health and Human Services, there is no one to process your action or respond to your message. If you require immediate attention, please contact 410-786-4160” See below for the inside joke ******************************** Quick note: It seems that […]

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Blogline of the Day – Essential?

by Skip October 1, 2013

Great Question at investors.com from Andrew Malcolm: If 900,000 federal workers can be furloughed as ‘non-essential,’ why employ them? And of course, my question:  And why do Progressives continue to believe they really are essential?  Well, it is simple: Progressives believe that we citizens can’t take care of ourselves.  Their real problem, however, is that […]

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Oh Goody – we’re all about to play Obamacare Roulette!

by Skip September 21, 2013

Spin that screen and see what prices come up for you!  Sheesh…. An Obamacare software glitch is now incorrectly tabulating how much people must pay for health insurance, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. “There’s a blanket acknowledgment that rates are being calculated incorrectly,” a senior health insurance executive told the WSJ. […]

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Chuck Morse – not Peter Bragdon?

by Skip September 3, 2013

“The King is dead, long live the King” – ok, so not so much a monarchy in the NH State Senate (that would be reserved for the current denizen of the Secretary of State (who has been living (politically) the first half of the Vulcan good-bye).  However, Bragdon decided that the LGC position was more […]

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