You assume way too much. Unless I tell you something explicitly, don't assume it. This entire post is full of things you have assumed.<quoted text>
Well, I guess your employer pays 100% of your premiums and what insurance you have, the gold standard. I don't know why your complaining about Obamacare in the first place. Maybe you just resent everybody else getting the ability what you have. Or having the ability too not that people with pre-exisiting conditions can't be refused coverage too.
It must be great to hardly have to work and still have all that insurance and a health care savings account to when you are in your thirties with a family too. What do you do for a living? Rock star?
In my first post, I tried to explain to you that it's wrong and the taxpayers should be ticked off because if I weren't made to do this, I could find a much cheaper policy. Every year when I have to go through the choices of companies we can pick from and I see the premiums for them, it blows my mind that it's even allowed to happen. But because of the employment it is attached to, we are required to take it, we don't have a choice. It makes no sense.
I know, it's a sweet deal and it's wonderful for us, but it doesn't make it the right thing to do on the backs of the taxpayers, and they don't even get a choice. I'm not even sure how the deal was ever made to do something like this setup, unless a union was involved at some point. The whole thing is just like Obamacare.
What does being in my thirties have to do with having health insurance and a health savings account? An 18 year old could do it if it is offered to him/her in their employment.