Vox asked Twitter users on Wednesday for stories on how the Affordable Care Act affected their lives, appearing to expect positive responses about former President Obama's chief legislative achievement.
What the liberal publication got instead was a flood of stories highlighting skyrocketing premium costs and health care insurance loss, among other things.
Yes, the managers there must be amazed. They shouldn't be. Back in November, I went through the Obamacare "Marketplace" thing. They sent out several warnings that I'd provided insufficient information, and suggested that I send a copy of our tax returns - which I did, both in a .PDF and hard copy, because they're obviously idiots. Over the past two days, they've called at 7 a.m and again at 8 a.m. to say that they need more information. Oh, like the tax returns weren't enough?
And why could they not simply obtain the information directly from IRS? Idiocy. So I now have a two-word response: screw you.
Vox is amazed that people don't like Obamacare. Trump has correctly directed the IRS to ignore people like me who, after jumping through the hoops, still don't seem to "qualify" unless they get "additional information" on top of our tax returns. Screw 'em. We'll buy health care when we need it; I refuse to jump through any more hoops for this turkey of a program. Matter of fact, I blocked their calls. In retail, you never call anyone before 9 a.m., but government employees don't really understand stuff like customer courtesy.
And we'll save a lot of money as a result by paying as we go.