- Your children in college will no longer have health insurance coverage. Under Obamacare, parents could cover their children in college up to 26 years of age. With the repeal, your children in college will not be covered under your healthcare plan once they reach 21 years of age.
- Pre-existing health conditions coverage are gone. Under Obamacare, if you (or a loved one) have a health condition (diabetes, cancer for example), you had no problem getting health insurance coverage at same premium than those without health problem. With the repeal, Insurance companies a) can (and most likely will) refuse you coverage b) can (and most likely will) charge exorbitant premiums c) can (and most likely will) cap the coverage amount.
How about that for a victory? But victory for whom? Aren’t Representatives in Washington supposed to pass legislations which benefit you? Does cancelling your healthcare coverage qualify as a benefit to you? Who in the right frame of mind would support and vote for someone who works against his interests? Most Trump’ supporters continue to believe that their leader is doing a great job. There are not many ways one can spell MORON but then again I have only met a few of them.
Warning: Reign of the Morons series is not for the faint of heart. Trump’ supporters must avoid reading this series or obtain “teeth grinding protector” to avoid complete erosion of their teeth. Beware! Note: First, let me clarify my use of the word “morons” to refer to those who supported and voted for Mr. Trump. Although I admit the word is insulting, I find it appropriate because the underlying intent is to classify not to insult. There is not much difference on the surface I know but its use is warranted. I use the word “moron” in much the same way I would use the words “physician” and “lawyer” and “engineer”. In other words, an engineer is referred to as an engineer, and so on. That is the context within which I use the word “moron”. I understand it is insulting but the individuals I refer to are “morons”, – I intend to prove it beyond reasonable doubts – there is no other way to put it.
Now that I got that out of the way, let’s move on.