Maybe this will make you "feel good about yourselves."http://www.npr.org/blogs/...ed-alaskan
"Imler, a 37-year-old hair stylist in Anchorage, ditched
her office job as an accountant in 2004. She says she loves making people feel better about themselves and is a lot happier cutting hair than she was sitting in front of a computer. But she does miss one big thing about her old job: "I had health insurance, and it was wonderful.""
"She was pleasantly surprised by the price. Imler qualified for subsidies
and chose a mid-level plan that will cost her $110 a month."
So here we have a person who voluntarily quit a job with benefits, (even thought she has health problems) to make "people feel better about themselves", who hit the subsidy jackpot and joined the ranks of the "entitled".
I wonder if the poor taxpaying slobs who are now busting their asses to subsidize her insurance feel better. I know I do.
"ObamaCare rocks" for those who make poor life choices.
I only hope all you Obama drones get to experience how much "ObamaCare rocks" when the deferred Employer Mandate kicks in next year, and your firms boot you into the exchanges.
Oh, Amorette, ObamaCare is very much about "income equality" as in "redistribution of wealth."