I didn't say anything about Obamacare, you brought that into the discussion. 60% of people said they didn't want it and they crammed it through Congress, illegally I might add (bills originate in the House, not the Senate), so no, there was not listening.
People don't vote on such things. If 100% of the people didn't want it, if there representatives pass it, it's law. That's how the system works.
As an aside, when people are asked about the individual parts, nearly 100% love it. It's just once it's balled up and stamped with the black guy's name, people look at it differently. Not sure why that is
You obviously don't know how it works. Insurance is provided by the same companies regardless of their affiliation with the ACA.
Yes, insurance is provided by companies. The rest of this needs work.
To answer you question, yes, I do have insurance through the ACA currently, but I provided you a comparison of the cost of insurance before the ACA. You stopped listening though.
Not at all, it's just that I gotta pull teeth to get it out of you. But now that it's out, let's talk about a few years ago when you were paying 50% less ($300/mo). Were you on Obamacare then? Of course not. Were you on an employer's plan who was picking up a large portion of your insurance as part of your compensation. I'll take a wild guess and say yes.
I see, if it comes from you, it fact, supported or not. Who's living in a fact free utopia/dystopia?
I try and reach common ground and all you can offer is bile and vitriol. Congratulations!
You do understand that when Trump repeals Obamacare, things like pre-existing conditions will go away with it, right? In other words, if you've ever been treated for anything, more than likely, NO insurance company will insure you. And your daughter, how old is she? 18-26? Even if you are able to find a carrier (at an exorbitant rate) your daughter will no longer be eligible to stay on your policy.
You've just written a check, you ain't gonna wanna cash. Too late now brother. I feel for ya.