Obama lied, your insurance coverage died

Remember when Nancy Pelosi said Congress had to pass the health care reform law so we could find out what’s in it?

Surprise! 

Congratulations, 3M retirees! Thanks to ObamaCare, you’re getting dumped from your company health plan:

3M Co., citing new federal health laws, said Monday it won’t cover retirees with its corporate health-insurance plan starting in 2013.

Instead, the company will direct retirees to Medicare-backed insurance programs, and will provide reimbursement for that coverage. It’ll also reimburse retirees who are too young for Medicare; the company didn’t provide further details.

The company made the changes known in a memo to employees Friday; news of the move was reported in The Wall Street Journal and confirmed Monday by 3M spokeswoman Jackie Berry.

In its memo, the company said the new health-reform act would create new opportunities for people in their 50s and 60s to find affordable insurance.

But… But… But the President said people could keep their insurance coverage if they liked it…

Of course, 3M is doing what any rational business would do when government creates new costs for them: evaluate the expense and decide what is in the company’s best interests: cut it or keep it. That’s just commonsense, something anyone with a basic knowledge of economics and business would know, which lets out the entire Obama administration and the congressional Democratic caucus. Meanwhile, the “little guy” the Democrats profess to care so much about gets to explore the wonders of Medicare and its shrinking pool of doctors…

And, gee, the election is less than a month away, and retirees tend to vote in large numbers. You don’t think they’ll remember this in the ballot booth, do you?

Oh, yes, they will. You betcha.

LINKS: More at Hot Air.

(Crossposted at Sister Toldjah)

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One Response to Obama lied, your insurance coverage died

  1. Instead of switching them to an HRA, 3M should switch to LyfeBank accounts which allow the retirees to pool the funds with family members or part time jobs to buy health insurance and pay for medical expenses, all with pretax dollars. A brief visit to LyfeBank.com will explain this process.

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