Meet The Amazon Smartphone: This Is The New “Fire” Phone.


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Meet The Amazon Smartphone: This Is The New “Fire” Phone.

 

From Digital Trends & CNN Money:

 

Amazon entered the smartphone business Wednesday — and made a big splash doing it.

 

 

At an event in Seattle, the retail giant unveiled the Fire Phone, a high-end, 3-D smartphone. It is the first smartphone Amazon (AMZNTech30) has produced on its own.

 

Amazon finally launched the Fire Phone at a packed event in Seattle on June 18. After months of rumors, expectations were running high. Even though we’ve already heard about most of the specs, the biggest surprise may be yet to come.

 

“Can we build a better phone for our most engaged customers?” asked Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at the event. “Can we build a better phone for Amazon Prime members? Well, I’m excited to tell you that the answer is yes.”

 

Display: The Fire Phone has a 3-D, 4.7-inch high-definition display. It uses infrared lights and cameras mounted on the phone’s surface to track a user’s head movements and render images accordingly.

 

Bezos compared the Fire Phone’s 3-D feature to the introduction of geometric perspective and the vanishing point in 14th century artworks.

 

“We’re thinking maybe we can improve on that a little,” he said, noting that the company began working on the dynamic perspective feature four years ago.

 

Bezos demonstrated the Fire Phone’s dynamic perspective feature on a 3-D map of a nearby area in Seattle. Titling the phone to the side while looking at map offered additional information — including search results for nearby restaurants. He then tilted the phone for Yelp reviews. When looking at products online, Bezos tilted the phone side to side to scroll.

 

When reading news articles or books, you can tilt the phone to scroll.

 

“There’s a better way to scroll on this phone because of the dynamic perspective…. It’s a very natural, easy, one-handed gesture,” Bezos said. “I think you can probably imagine what the dynamic perspective technology can enable for gamers.”

 

 

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Camera: The Fire Phone has a lightning-fast quad-core 2.2 GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a 13 Megapixel camera. The camera comes with an optical image-stabilization feature, letting the shutter stay open four-times longer than most cameras to counteract hand tremors when taking photos. A special button on the side launches the camera and takes photos — rather than having to go into the phone to open the camera feature.

 

The Fire Phone also includes unlimited photo storage on Amazon’s Cloud

 

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Drive.Apple (AAPLTech30) and Google (GOOG) offer similar services, but they both charge storage fees.

 

Amazon’s “Firefly” feature uses the camera to recognize physical objects — books, video games, food, household products and other items — and gives you the option to buy all that stuff instantly on Amazon. Bezos demonstrated with a collection of objects on a table.

 

Firefly can also listen to songs a la Shazam.

 

Like with the camera, there’s also a dedicated Firefly button on the side of the Fire Phone.

 

“Firefly recognizes over 100 million different items, and it does so under real world circumstances,” Bezos said. “Firefly is so easy to access, customers are going to love this.”

 

 

Media: Media consumption, unsurprisingly for an Amazon devce, is the Fire Phone’s focal point.

 

“We have made video awesome on this phone,” Bezos said.

 

The Fire Phone’s second screen feature can fling videos to Amazon’s Fire TV or any Mirrorcast-enabled device. An “X-ray” feature provides details about what you’re watching, and Amazon’s “ASAP” tool uses predictive software to caching videos it thinks you will watch — and make them immediately available for streaming.

 

Amazon said competitors will be included in those tools as well, includingNetflix (NFLXTech30), HBOGo and ESPN.

 

Reading is also a highlight on the phone, Bezos said. An “Immersion Reading” feature lets users read and listen to a text simultaneously.

 

“We lavished attention on this phone for reading,” he noted.

 

The Fire Phone also recognizes TV shows — demonstrated with a short clip of Game of Thrones — and gives you the precise moment in the episode and IMDB info..

 

It also recognizes works of art, giving you Wikipedia information.

 

 

Other stuff: Amazon’s Mayday customer service feature, already in use on tablets, will also be available on the Fire Phone. It includes 24/7 access to tech support in 15 seconds or less.

 

Amazon’s smartphone also features dual stereo speakers, with premium earbuds included. It includes aluminum buttons and steel connectors.

 

The Fire Phone will cost $199 with a two-year contract, available exclusively onAT&T’s (TTech30) network for the time being. It is currently available for pre-order on Amazon’s website, and it will begin shipping on July 25. The phone will also come with a year of Amazon Prime included for both new and existing members, as a limited time offer.

 

 

MayDay

Amazon stated that its well-loved MayDay feature will also come on the Fire Phone. For those of you who don’t know, MayDay is Amazon’s new take on customer service, which lets users call an Amazon tech expert 24/7, 365 in case of a problem. When you hit the MayDay button, a helpful tech expert will appear to solve all your problems. They can even draw on your scree to show you what you need to do.

 

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Firefly

Firefly is a great new feature that helps you find the products and objects you encounter in the real world, online. The feature uses the camera on the front of the Fire Phone to recognize books, DVDs, phone numbers, QR codes, CDs, games, and all other kinds of media. Once Firefly figures out what you’re looking for, it searches for that product in its database and finds a version that you can buy on Amazon.

 

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3D effects with Dynamic Perspective

Prior to the launch of the Fire Phone, everyone was talking about the brand-new 3D effects that would revolutionize how you will use Amazon’s smartphone. Bezos finally showed off the 3D effects during the June 18 event and they were much less revolutionary and terrible than we thought they would be.

 

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Amazon is calling its 3D effects “Dynamic Perspective.” In essence, the new feature merely allows users to interact with images, web pages, and other content like maps in a different way.

 

With a simple tilt of the Fire Phone, you can change the point of view you have of each image, map, or 3D-endabled app you are looking at on the device.

 

Fire Phone first hands on with Amazon’s handset

 

 

 

Thank you Digital Trends & CNN Money

 

Well, it appears we’ll have more Americans living on food stamps and missing some rent payments so they can have the latest cell phone, made by a multi billionaire corporation.

 

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From Wired.co.uk: Oju Africa Launches Set Of “Afro – Centric” Emoticons…Ahead Of Apple.


 

By Jueseppi B.

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From Wired.co.uk:

 

‘Afro’ emoticons combat lack of emoji diversity

 

by OLIVIA SOLON

 

Oju Africa has launched a set of ‘afro’ emoticons, following a debate over the lack of diversity of emojis—those silly little icons that iPhone and Android users add to texts frequently.

 

It started with an article by MTV journalist Joey Parker, who flagged up the fact that there are no (or barely any) non-white emojis in the basic range in most text-message apps used by Apple, Google and Microsoft. Parker contacted Apple’s CEO Tim Cook about the issue and, remarkably, received a reply. It wasn’t from ‘Big Tim’ himself, but from Katie Cotton, VP of worldwide corporate communications for Apple. She told Parker:

 

“Tim forwarded your email to me. We agree with you. Our emoji characters are based on the Unicode standard, which is necessary for them to be displayed properly across many platforms. There needs to be more diversity in the emoji character set, and we have been working closely with the Unicode Consortium in an effort to update the standard.”

 

You can see the standard Unicode list of 800 emojis here. Only two seem to be non-Caucasian: “man with gua pi mao” and “man with turban”. The list is looked after by the Unicode Consortium to ensure consistency and interoperability between mobile devices and carriers.

 

Since then a petition has been launched on DoSomething.org, to get Apple to update its default emojis in iOS7.

 

 

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It reads:

 

“Of the more than 800 Emojis, the only two resembling people of color are a guy who looks vaguely Asian and another in a turban. There’s a white boy, girl, man, woman, elderly man, elderly woman, blonde boy, blonde girl and, we’re pretty sure, Princess Peach. But when it comes to faces outside of yellow smileys, there’s a staggering lack of minority representation.”

 

Apple is singled out, the petition reads, because it has been “one of the biggest pioneers of emojis, from offering them as full-color images to introducing them to the American market in the first place.” Apple has introduced same-sex couple emojis and should therefore diversify the range to include “people of color.”

 

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Oju Africa, a division of African mobile manufacturer Mi-Fone, has launched its own range of Black emojis: Oju translates as “faces” in Nigeria’s Yoruba language. They have been designed for Android, but will also be released on iOS. Creative director Eserick Fouché says:

 

“We follow global trends but we are differentiated by our authentic African voice. So as a brand we wanted to do something that only Africa could pull off, something that could become so iconic that it would have the world talking. I believe what we have created will ensure that every African on the planet won’t be able to help but love it!”

 

Thank you Wired.co.uk.

 

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President Barack Hussein Obama Speaks At The Very First White House Youth Summit


 

By Jueseppi B.

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President Obama Speaks at the White House Youth Summit

December 04, 2013 | 12:07 |Public Domain

 

President Obama delivers remarks at the White House Youth Summit on the Affordable Care Act. The summit brought together over 160 national and local young leaders who have broad reach in their communities and can help get the word out to young Americans about enrolling in health coverage.

 

 

 

 

Remarks by the President to ACA Youth Summit

 

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THE PRESIDENT:  Hey!  (Applause.)  Hello, everybody.  Hello, hello.  Good to see you.  Everybody, sit down.  Good afternoon.  (Applause.)  Welcome to the White House.  This is a little bit of a rowdy bunch.  (Laughter.)
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Well, it is wonderful to be with all of you, and I couldn’t be more appreciative of all the stuff that you guys are doing all across the country in your communities, in your organizations.  There was a time when I was a young invincible.  (Laughter.)  After five years in this office, people don’t call me that anymore.  (Laughter.)
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But I just wanted to drop by and say thank you for everything that you’ve done and will do to spread the word about the Affordable Care Act and what it means for young people.  About a year ago, I got a letter from a woman in her twenties; she had just graduated from law school.  And she wrote, “Thank you for making health care reform a priority.  If you hadn’t, you probably would have fewer gray hairs right now.”  (Laughter.)  That’s a good point.  But her story is a reminder that the law was worth a few gray hairs, because she was one of the 3.1 million young people that this law helped to cover because they could join their parents’ plan.  And that means that when she was diagnosed with a potentially deadly autoimmune disorder, she got the care she needed — medications, blood transfusions, ultimately lifesaving surgery.
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She was able to stay in school, graduate first in her class, find a job in her field.  And in the letter she wrote, “I’m grateful because the Affordable Care Act saved my life.  It saved my family from bankruptcy, and it gave me a future.”  So that’s what this law is about:  health care that’s there for you when you need it; financial protection for you and your family if you get sick; the security of knowing that an illness or an accident is not going to completely derail your dreams.
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And there are a lot of benefits that are especially important to young people.  Insurance companies now have to provide free preventive care that will help you stay healthy.  They’ll have to provide contraceptive care for women at no extra cost.  If you wanted to take a chance and start your own business, or try multiple careers like many young people do, particularly in this economy, before you settle down you’re not going to have to wonder whether or not you can do that because you’re worried about coverage.  When you do settle down and start a family, maternal care will be covered.  If you’re a woman, you won’t be charged twice as much as men because you’re the one carrying the baby.
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So this law is already making a difference for millions of young people, and it’s about to help millions more.  About half a million people across the country already are poised to gain coverage on January 1st, some for the very first time.  One recent article reported that a surprisingly large number of young people are signing up.  And there’s a good reason for that:  The law works.  Most young people without insurance can now get covered for under 100 bucks a month.
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Now, I am not allowed, for security reasons, to have an iPhone.  (Laughter.)  I don’t know what your bills are.  I have noticed that Sasha and Malia seem to spend a lot of time on it.  (Laughter.)  My suspicion is that for a lot of you, between your cable bill, your phone bill, you’re spending more than 100 bucks a month.  The idea that you wouldn’t want to make sure that you’ve got the health security and financial security that comes with health insurance for less than that price, you guys are smarter than that.  And most young people are, as well.
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The product is good.  It’s affordable.  People want financial stability of health insurance.  We’re going to keep working through any glitches, problems that may come up.  Obviously, the website when it was first launched, wasn’t in tip-top shape, to say the least.  But we have been, 24/7, going at it.  And now, for the vast majority of users, it’s working.  And there will be other things that come up during the course of the next several months, because you’re starting off a new program that has an impact on one-sixth of the economy.  This is a “big deal,” to quote Joe Biden.  (Laughter.)
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But we’re just going to keep on working on it, and improving it, and refining it.  And if we see a problem, we’re going to fix it.  But we’re not repealing it — not as long as I’m President — (applause) — particularly because the folks who are criticizing it don’t seem to have any ideas in terms of how to reduce costs; ensure millions of people get coverage for the first time; make sure that insurance is more secure.  And those are things that the law is already doing.
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And we’re going to have to just make sure that people know about it.  And that’s why I’m here, because I need your help; that’s why you’re here, because you know I need your help.  Believe it or not, there are actually organizations that are out there working to convince young people not to get insurance.
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Now, think about that.  That’s a really bizarre way to spend your money — to try to convince people not to get health insurance, not to get free preventive care, not to make sure that they’re able to survive an accident or an illness.  If I had that much money I wouldn’t be spending it that way.  And some of these ad campaigns are backed by well-funded special-interest groups — I assume they’ve got great health care.
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And just remember and remind your friends and your peers — imagine what happens if you get sick, what happens with the massive bills.  The people who are running those ads, they’re not going to pay for your illness.  You’re going to pay for it or your family is going to pay for it.  And that’s hard to imagine.
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Look, I do remember what it’s like being 27 or 28, and aside from the occasional basketball injury, most of the time I kind of felt like I had nothing to worry about.  Of course, that’s what most people think until they have something to worry about.  But at that point, oftentimes it’s too late.  And sometimes in this debate, what we’ve heard are people saying, well, I don’t need this, I don’t want this; why are you impinging on my freedom to do whatever I want.
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And part of what I say to folks when they tell me that is if you get sick and you get to the hospital, and you don’t have any coverage, then somebody else is also going to be paying for it.  It may be your family that can afford it, or it may be everybody else who does have health insurance and is acting responsibly, and is essentially subsidizing for your care.  And that’s not what I think most young people want.  They want to be independent, and this is part of feeling and being financially, and from a health perspective, secure.
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So I’m going to need you all to spread the word about how the Affordable Care Act really works, what its benefits are, what its protections are and, most importantly, how people can sign up.  I know people call this law Obamacare.  And that’s okay — (laughter) — because I do care.  (Laughter and applause.)  I do.  I care about you.  I care about families.  I care about Americans.  (Applause.)
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But no matter how much I care, the truth is, is that for your friends and your family, the most important source of information is not going to be me, it’s going to be you.  They are going to trust you.  If you’re taking them on a website, walking them through it saying, look at the price you’re able to get, look at the benefits you’re able to get.  That’s what’s going to be making a difference.
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So if you’re a student body president, set up a conference on campus.  If you work at a nonprofit, open your doors and use your email list to help people learn the facts.  If you’ve got a radio show, spread the word on air.  If you’re a bartender, have a happy hour — (laughter) — and also probably get health insurance, because a lot of bartenders don’t have it.  Post something on your Facebook or Instagram.  You can tweet using the hashtag #getcovered.  But do whatever it takes to make sure people have the information they need to make the decision that’s right for them.
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If you’re in a state that has its own state exchange, they’re probably doing a lot of activities and you should plug into those as well.  If you’re in a state that so far has not decided to set up a state exchange, then obviously we can make sure that you have all the information you need to succeed.  But the bottom line is I’m going to need you, and the country needs you.  And a lot of your friends and peers, they may not know that they need you, but if something happens somewhere down the road where they really need to get to a hospital or a doctor, the fact that you have talked to them and gotten them involved is going to make all the difference in the world.
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And finally, let me just make a broader point to all the young people here.  This whole exercise obviously has huge implications for this country’s future, because if we can start bringing down health care costs, make sure people are covered, give people financial security, that’s good for the economy, it’s good for businesses, it’s good for the federal budget.
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But I hope you haven’t been discouraged by how hard it’s been, because stuff that’s worth it is always hard.  The Civil Rights Movement was hard.  Getting women the right to vote — that was hard.  Making sure that workers had the right to organize — that was hard.  It’s never been easy for us to change how we do business in this country and particularly to address needs that a lot of people aren’t worried about on a day-to-day constant basis but then suddenly are desperately worried about it when a mishap happens.
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So this has been the case for Social Security, for Medicare, for all the great social progress that we’ve made in this country.  And I wanted to say all that just because my hope is not only that you work hard to help folks get signed up today and tomorrow and next week, but I look around the room and I see a lot of leaders who are going to be leading the charge well into the future on a whole range of issues.  Don’t get discouraged.  Be persistent.  You may get a few gray hairs as a consequence — (laughter) — but I think at the end of the day you’ll think it’s worth it.
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Thank you, guys.  (Applause.)
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ObamaCARES Is Here To Stay. Enroll October 1st And Get Covered.


 

By Jueseppi B.

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There were two candidates in last year’s presidential election — one ran on a platform of repealing health reform, and the other put his name on it.

 

You probably remember which one won. But after listening to Ted Cruz‘s speech on the Senate floor earlier this week, I’m wondering if my Republican friends might have forgotten.

 

Obamacare has been passed, signed into law, and upheld by the Supreme Court. But Republicans are still doing everything they can to fight the law, and we need to match them step for step.

 

Join me, and sign up to join the team that’s protecting Obamacare today.

 

 

In 2012, every single senator who voted for the Affordable Care Act — including me — won reelection, most by double digits, and some in red states.

 

So I think it’s just silly when I hear my Republican friends, led by Senator Cruz, saying that they’re doing everything they can to block and defund Obamacare because that’s what the American people want.

 

Take a moment to show them what the American people really want — to give health care reform a chance to succeed. Join the team today:

 

http://my.democrats.org/Team-Obamacare

 

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In what parallel universe is it the exclusive duty of The President Of The United States….to come into your home, via TV, Radio or printed pamphlet, to explain YOUR health care choices to YOU?

 

I ask this question based on all the “expert pundits” I see and hear screaming at me that it’s Barack Hussein Obama‘s FAULT that Americans do not comprehend The Affordable Health Care Act.

 

As I’m understanding, from polls and talking heads alike, Americans are just too stupid to read, research, investigate what is about to happen on October 1st, 2013 to March 31st, 2014 (Open Enrollment) AND on January 1st, 2014 (ObamaCARES Starts)

 

Why don’t we have Barack stop by your house later, after he’s done with Iran, Syria, Russia and the do nothing113th Congress and our debt ceiling issues….and explain your brand new iPhone 5c to you? OR we could schedule The President to show you how to program your universal remote….

 

Maybe Mr. Chris Hayes can assist….

 

MSNBC Chris Hayes Explains Obamacare For Dummies Fox & Friends

 

Published on Sep 27, 2013

All In with Chris Hayes host Chris Hayes held a brief For Dummies-style tutorial for Fox & Friends’ Steve Doocy.

 

 

 

If that is unclear……

 

Obama Clearly Explains “Obamacare”

 

Published on May 1, 2013

President Obama explaining that most of the Affordable Care Act – aka, Obamacare – has been implemented for people who have insurance through their employers and clarified that the other part of the law to be implemented are the exchanges that will allow individuals to buy insurance in an “exchange” where companies will compete for their business.

 

“I think that any time you’re implementing something big, there’s going to be people who are nervous and anxious about is it going to get done, until it’s actually done.

 

But let’s just step back for a second and make sure theAmerican people understand what it is that we’re doing. The Affordable Care Act — Obamacare — has now been with us for three years. It’s gone through Supreme Court tests. It’s gone through efforts to repeal. A huge chunk of it has already been implemented. And for the 85 to 90 percent of Americans who already have health insurance, they’re already experiencing most of the benefits of the Affordable Care Act even if they don’t know it.

 

Their insurance is more secure. Insurance companiescan’t drop them for bad reasons. Their kids are able to stay on their health insurance until they’re 26 years old. They’re getting free preventive care.
So there are a whole host of benefits that, for the average American out there, for the 85 to 90 percent of Americans who already have health insurance, this thing has already happened. And their only impact is that their insurance is stronger, better, more secure than it was before. Full stop. That’s it. They don’t have to worry about anything else.

 

The implementation issues come in for those who don’t have health insurance — maybe because they have a preexisting condition and the only way they can get health insurance is to go out on the individual market, and they’re paying 50 percent or 100 percent more than those of us who are lucky enough to have group plans; people who are too poor to get health insurance and the employers don’t offer them. Maybe they work for a small business and this small business can’t afford right now to provide health insurance.

 

So all the implementation issues that are coming up are implementation issues related to that small group of people, 10 to 15 percent of Americans — now, it’s still 30 million Americans, but a relatively narrow group — who don’t have health insurance right now, or are on the individual market and are paying exorbitant amounts for coverage that isn’t that great.
And what we’re doing is we’re setting up a pool so that they can all pool together and get a better deal from insurance companies. And those who can’t afford it, we’re going to provide them with some subsidies.

 

That’s it. I mean, that’s what’s left to implement, because the other stuff has been implemented and it’s working fine.
The challenge is that setting up a market-based system, basically an online marketplace where you can go on and sign up and figure out what kind of insurance you can afford and figuring out how to get the subsidies — that’s still a big, complicated piece of business.

 

And when you’re doing it nationwide, relatively fast, and you’ve got half of Congress who is determined to try to block implementation and not adequately funding implementation, and then you’ve got a number of members of — or governors — Republican governors — who know that it’s bad politics for them to try to implement this effectively, and some even who have decided to implement it and then their Republican-controlled state legislatures say, don’t implement, and won’t pass enabling legislation — when you have that kind of situation, that makes it harder.

 

But having said all that, we’ve got a great team in place. We are pushing very hard to make sure that we’re hitting all the deadlines and the benchmarks.”

 

 

 

Still need help?

 

What Obamacare Means for You

 

The Affordable Care Act means better coverage for those who already have health insurance, and more options for those who don’t.

 

White House White Board: What ObamaCareMeans For You

 

Published on Sep 27, 2013

Starting October 1st, you can go to http://www.healthcare.gov and use the new Health Insurance Marketplace to see all of the health plans available in your area and sign up for the one that fits your needs and budget. You can also find out if you’re eligible to pay less for private health insurance or whether you qualify for other free or low-cost programs.

 

 

 

The Affordable Care Act: Front Page News

 

Published on Sep 26, 2013

While Ted Cruz railed against Obamacare, threatening to shut down the government, the front pages of papers across the country made clear that Obamacare is making affordable health insurance a reality for Americans nationwide. Yesterday, communities woke up to the news that Obamacare would give Americans more options and lower prices on quality health insurance. Even Ted Cruz’s hometown paper had the headline: “Texans to have array of insurance options.” [Houston Chronicle, 9/25/13]

 

So while Ted Cruz and Washington Republicans threaten to shut down the government and default on our obligations to defend the status quo, a simple fact remains: Obamacare is working and Americans deserve the affordable health care it is providing.

 

 

 

Obama Ridicules GOP Fear Mongering Of Obamacare

 

How the GOP has convinced people that Affordable Health Care is a bad thing is mind-boggling. The plan was CREATED by the GOP years ago! Their base is unbelievably ignorant. The sky is NOT falling, you TeaBagging redneck morons. Just ask a Liberal, otherwise known as an educated person, and we can easily explain how the Affordable Care Act WILL HELP YOU AND TENS OF MILLIONS OF OTHER AMERICANS.

 

 

 

President Obama and President Clinton Talk Health Care Reform

 

Published on Sep 24, 2013

President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton met in New York at the Clinton Global Initiative to discuss the Affordable Care Act’s implementation, the opposition to the law, and the future of health care.

 

 

 

October 1st, 2013 Open Enrollment Begins.

 

January 1st, 2014 Coverage Begins.

 

March 31st, 2014 Open Enrollment Closes.

 

Delivering on the Affordable Care Act: Marketplace Premiums Lower than Expected

 

 

State-by-State Monthly Marketplace Premiums

 

A new report shows that the Affordable Care Act will deliver on its promise to make health insurance more affordable and accessible for Americans who need it. Download the full report\

 

Get the Facts Straight on Health Reform

There’s a lot of misinformation out there. For too long, too many hard working Americans paid the price for policies that handed free rein to insurance companies. President Obama’s health reform law gives hard working families the security they deserve. The Affordable Care Act holds insurance companies accountable, lowers health care costs, gives Americans more freedom and control in their health care choices and improves the quality of care.

 

 

EVERYTHING You Need To Know About “ObamaCARES”….October 1st Is Open Enrollment.

 

 

The Last Word….TheObamaCrat™ Way: Green Eggs And Ham, Sam I Am.

 

 

Countdown To Affordable Health Care

 

 

Get Covered America

 

 

HOW To Enroll In ObamaCARES On October 1st: The White House Instructional Video

 

 

VITALLY IMPORTANT INFORMATION: October 1st Starts ObamaCares. ENROLL For Health Care Coverage.

 

 

THE REAL Reason WHY CongrASS Hates ObamaCARES…..

 

 

October 1st Starts ObamaCares…DO YOU Even Know What ObamaCares IS? Read To Get Informed.

 

 

ObamaCares Is Working

 

 

ObamaCares: What Is It? Read This To Get Educated About ObamaCares. ALL Questions Answered.

 

 

Affordable Health Care Act (ObamaCares)

 

How To Enroll In ObamaCARES October 1st, 2013

 

Published on Sep 19, 2013

On October 1st, Americans will be able to enroll themselves and their families in a health care plan on HealthCare.gov. Annie talks with Bryan Sivak, Chief Technology Officer at the Department of Health and Human Services, about the new open-source marketplace for finding plans that fit your needs and budget.

Have you used HealthCare.gov? What are your impressions? Let us know in the comments.

 

 

 

Don Lemons Comes Clean On Republicans And Obamacare

 

Published on Sep 25, 2013

What is taking so many so long to call out Republicans on the evil of their objection to Obamacare. Well, Don Lemon is one of the few from the traditional media that is now speaking up. He did so on Tom Joyner’s show. Will he do it on CNN proper?

 

 

 

The YouToons Get Ready for Obamacare

 

Published on Jul 17, 2013

2014 is coming–are you ready for Obamacare? Join the YouToons as they walk through the basic changes in the way Americans will get health coverage and what it will cost starting in 2014, when major parts of the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare,” go into effect.

 

 

 

Health Reform Explained Video: “Health Reform Hits Main Street”

 

Uploaded on Sep 17, 2010

July 18, 2013: UPDATED ANIMATION NOW AVAILABLE. View the newest YouToons video, “The YouToons Get Ready for Obamacare”

 

 

 

Health care reform explained in “Health Reform Hits Main Street.”
Confused about how the new health care reform law really works? This short, animated movie — featuring the “YouToons” — explains the problems with the current health care system, the changes that are happening now, and the big changes coming in 2014. Written and produced by the Kaiser Family Foundation. Narrated by Cokie Roberts, a news commentator for ABC News and NPR and a member of Kaiser’s Board of Trustees. Creative production and animation by Free Range Studios.
Also let the YouToons illustrate how health insurance coverage will work under reform.

 

 

What if I Already Have Health Insurance? | Health Care Reform

 

Published on Jul 2, 2013

The new health care reform law, the “Affordable Care Act” brings a lot of changes. Florida Blue is here to help you understand.

 

 

 

Now…..if none of these videos help you understand ObamaCARES and you wish to research and learn on your own by reading…..

 

This web site is invaluable for learning information on ObamaCares……

ObamaCare Facts: Obama’s Health Care Reform

 

obamacarefacts-logo

 

Get The Facts & Truth On The Affordable Health Care Act (ObamaCares)

 

We have all heard of ObamaCare, but what is ObamaCare? 
Obama Care, Obama’s Health Care Reform, is the unofficial name for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The ObamaCare bill was signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. The bill enacts reforms to provide affordable health insurance to 44 million uninsured Americans and to reduce the growth in health care spending. Like “HillaryCare” in the 90′s or “RomneyCare“, “ObamaCare” is a simple name for a complex issue. Get more Obamacare Facts on Obama’s health care reform.

 

ObamaCare Facts was created by two guys sick of trying to dig through talking points to find out what ObamaCare actually does. We are stricltly interested in presenting the facts on Obama’s health care reform. We have no funding or agenda. Please help us to support health care reform by spreading the facts on ObamaCare – Support ObamaCareFacts.com

 

October 1st, 2013 is open enrollment into The Affordable Health Care Act (ObamaCares)

 

January 1st, 2014 Pre-existing Conditions Go Away!!!

 

Understanding the Affordable Care Act HealthCare.gov

 

And Lastly…..

 

Read the Full ObamaCare Bill: Full Text of the Affordable Care Act.

 

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

The first phase of Obama’s health care reform began in 2009 with the Affordable Health Care for America Act. This was followed by The Patient Protection Act, which culminated into the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 2010, or for short “The Affordable Care Act“. After going through several changes, the Affordable Care Act was signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010.

 

 

The Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act

Another, less-discussed aspect of “ObamaCare” are the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 and the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act, which were signed into law along with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and are officially part of the new healthcare law.

 

 

ObamaCare: Health Care Reform in America

Since ObamaCare was upheld in the supreme court and Barack Obama was sworn into office for a second term, ObamaCare health care reform is now the law of the land (albeit with some major changes made in the supreme court ruling). Many reforms have already gone into effect and many more will roll out over the next decade.

 

Obama’s healthcare reform is focused on health care funding, reducing the cost of healthcare for Americans, increasing coverage and removing the burden that health care has become for the average American. In the years since it’s become a law, the Affordable Health Care Act has already made a big difference in our country.

 

ObamaCare has done some important things already, such as prohibiting insurance companies from dropping your coverage if you get sick, as well as chipping away at discrimination against anyone with a pre-existing condition.

 

No system is perfect, but Obama Care Health Care Reform aims to reform the American healthcare system towards the favor of the people and away from the monopoly of the healthcare industry.

 

Read the Full ObamaCare Bill: Full Text of the Affordable Care Act.

 

Does ObamaCare Require Me To Purchase Health Insurance?

By 2014 all non-exempt Americans will have to have health insurance or will face a tax penalty. If you already have health insurance you can keep it. For many low to middle income Americans insurance will become more affordable, however those making above 400% of the federal poverty line may find themselves paying more.

 

 

ObamaCare’s Medicare / Medicaid Reforms

One of the biggest impacts ObamaCare has is on both Medicare and Medicaid.

 

ObamaCare cuts $716 billion in “waste” from Medicare and reinvests it back into Medicare and ObamaCare in an effort to improve the care that seniors get. It addresses issues such as closing the Medicare Part D “donut hole” and providing better quality preventive services to seniors. Read More On Obamacare and Medicare and How it affects seniors.

 

ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion expands Medicaid to 17 million of our nation’s poorest. However, this aspect of healthcare reform is in jeopardy due to the states’ ability to opt-out of Medicaid expansion. 16 States have already opted out of Medicaid expansion. Find out more about ObamaCare Expanding Medicaid

 

 

ObamaCare Health Insurance Exchanges

Under the Affordable Care Act, every legal resident of the United States of America will be able to shop for health insurance in their states onlinehealth insurance exchange. The “ObamaCare” Exchanges are Online Marketplaces where low to middle income Americans can shop for regulated health insurance.

 

Americans will be presented with the choice between affordable and free health care choices and more expensive, private health care choices. It will be up to every American to look at the individual needs of themselves and their families and select the right health care option for them.

 

ObamaCARES is a national health care reform effort to make affordable health insurance available to more Americans. Aside from expanding Medicare and Medicaid, ObamaCare also implements state and federal Health Insurance Exchanges.

 

Ideally aim of ObamaCare is not to take away things from people or to give handouts to people who don’t deserve it. It is only to provide affordable health insurance to all Americans so they can continue in their pursuit of life, liberty and happiness without the American Health Insurance companies or special interests standing in their way.

 

(All ObamaCareFacts.com ObamaCare images are public domain)

 

What Else Does ObamaCare’s Health Care Reform Cover?

ObamaCare aims to provide quality healthcare for more Americans at more affordable rates. Obama’s health care reform under the Affordable Care Act is the most significant overhaul to health care industry in decades, covering every aspect of healthcare including mental heath, care for seniors, child health, woman’s health and care for our nations poorest. ObamaCare also provide drug coverage, free preventive care, check ups for children and countless other unprecedented reforms to the American health care system. ObamaCare may not be perfect, but it does a lot to expand the average Americans health care rights. Find out more ObamaCare Facts check out the Benefits of ObamaCare.

 

I have provided you with everything you need to educate yourself on ObamaCARES, better known as The Affordable Health Care Act.

 

Reading is up to Y.O.U.

 

Some very helpful links to enrollment in your area….

 

healthcaregov_logo

HeathCare.gov

 

 

ofacts

ObamacareFacts.com

 

 

oc2

ObamacareByZipCode.com

 

 

KFF.org

 

 

getcoveredamerica_t750x550

GetCoveredAmerica.org

 

 

mainimage

FamiliesUSA.org

 

 

dfa_logo

DrsForAmerica.org

 

 

webmd-logo

WebMD.com

 

 

firefoxscreensnapz002

What has Obamacare done for me lately?

 

 

walgreens_logo

Walgreens.com

 

 

cvs-logo

CVS.com

 

Now tell me, what excuse do you have NOT to know about your own health care?

 

 

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The Curiosity Of Facts & Truth About ObamaCARES


 

By Jueseppi B.

This Is ObamaCARES: http://www.thisisobamacare.com

This Is ObamaCARES: http://www.thisisobamacare.com

 

In what parallel universe is it the exclusive duty of The President Of The United States….to come into your home, via TV, Radio or printed pamphlet, to explain YOUR health care choices to YOU?

 

I ask this question based on all the “expert pundits” I see and hear screaming at me that it’s Barack Hussein Obama‘s FAULT that Americans do not comprehend The Affordable Health Care Act.

 

As I’m understanding, from polls and talking heads alike, Americans are just too stupid to read, research, investigate what is about to happen on October 1st, 2013 to March 31st, 2014 (Open Enrollment) AND on January 1st, 2014 (ObamaCARES Starts)

 

Why don’t we have Barack stop by your house later, after he’s done with Iran, Syria, Russia and the do nothing 113th Congress and our debt ceiling issues….and explain your brand new iPhone 5c to you? OR we could schedule The President to show you how to program your universal remote….

 

Maybe Mr. Chris Hayes can assist….

 

MSNBC Chris Hayes Explains Obamacare For Dummies Fox & Friends

 

Published on Sep 27, 2013

All In with Chris Hayes host Chris Hayes held a brief For Dummies-style tutorial for Fox & Friends’ Steve Doocy.

 

 

 

If that is unclear……

 

Obama Clearly Explains “Obamacare”

 

Published on May 1, 2013

President Obama explaining that most of the Affordable Care Act – aka, Obamacare – has been implemented for people who have insurance through their employers and clarified that the other part of the law to be implemented are the exchanges that will allow individuals to buy insurance in an “exchange” where companies will compete for their business.

 

“I think that any time you’re implementing something big, there’s going to be people who are nervous and anxious about is it going to get done, until it’s actually done.

 

But let’s just step back for a second and make sure theAmerican people understand what it is that we’re doing. The Affordable Care Act — Obamacare — has now been with us for three years. It’s gone through Supreme Court tests. It’s gone through efforts to repeal. A huge chunk of it has already been implemented. And for the 85 to 90 percent of Americans who already have health insurance, they’re already experiencing most of the benefits of the Affordable Care Act even if they don’t know it.

 

Their insurance is more secure. Insurance companiescan’t drop them for bad reasons. Their kids are able to stay on their health insurance until they’re 26 years old. They’re getting free preventive care.
So there are a whole host of benefits that, for the average American out there, for the 85 to 90 percent of Americans who already have health insurance, this thing has already happened. And their only impact is that their insurance is stronger, better, more secure than it was before. Full stop. That’s it. They don’t have to worry about anything else.

 

The implementation issues come in for those who don’t have health insurance — maybe because they have a preexisting condition and the only way they can get health insurance is to go out on the individual market, and they’re paying 50 percent or 100 percent more than those of us who are lucky enough to have group plans; people who are too poor to get health insurance and the employers don’t offer them. Maybe they work for a small business and this small business can’t afford right now to provide health insurance.

 

So all the implementation issues that are coming up are implementation issues related to that small group of people, 10 to 15 percent of Americans — now, it’s still 30 million Americans, but a relatively narrow group — who don’t have health insurance right now, or are on the individual market and are paying exorbitant amounts for coverage that isn’t that great.
And what we’re doing is we’re setting up a pool so that they can all pool together and get a better deal from insurance companies. And those who can’t afford it, we’re going to provide them with some subsidies.

 

That’s it. I mean, that’s what’s left to implement, because the other stuff has been implemented and it’s working fine.
The challenge is that setting up a market-based system, basically an online marketplace where you can go on and sign up and figure out what kind of insurance you can afford and figuring out how to get the subsidies — that’s still a big, complicated piece of business.

 

And when you’re doing it nationwide, relatively fast, and you’ve got half of Congress who is determined to try to block implementation and not adequately funding implementation, and then you’ve got a number of members of — or governors — Republican governors — who know that it’s bad politics for them to try to implement this effectively, and some even who have decided to implement it and then their Republican-controlled state legislatures say, don’t implement, and won’t pass enabling legislation — when you have that kind of situation, that makes it harder.

 

But having said all that, we’ve got a great team in place. We are pushing very hard to make sure that we’re hitting all the deadlines and the benchmarks.”

 

 

 

Still need help?

 

What Obamacare Means for You

 

The Affordable Care Act means better coverage for those who already have health insurance, and more options for those who don’t.

 

White House White Board: What ObamaCareMeans For You

 

Published on Sep 27, 2013

Starting October 1st, you can go tohttp://www.healthcare.gov and use the new Health Insurance Marketplace to see all of the health plans available in your area and sign up for the one that fits your needs and budget. You can also find out if you’re eligible to pay less for private health insurance or whether you qualify for other free or low-cost programs.

 

 

 

The Affordable Care Act: Front Page News

 

Published on Sep 26, 2013

While Ted Cruz railed against Obamacare, threatening to shut down the government, the front pages of papers across the country made clear that Obamacare is making affordable health insurance a reality for Americans nationwide. Yesterday, communities woke up to the news that Obamacare would give Americans more options and lower prices on quality health insurance. Even Ted Cruz’s hometown paper had the headline: “Texans to have array of insurance options.” [Houston Chronicle, 9/25/13]

 

So while Ted Cruz and Washington Republicans threaten to shut down the government and default on our obligations to defend the status quo, a simple fact remains: Obamacare is working and Americans deserve the affordable health care it is providing.

 

 

 

Obama Ridicules GOP Fear Mongering Of Obamacare

 

How the GOP has convinced people that Affordable Health Care is a bad thing is mind-boggling. The plan was CREATED by the GOP years ago! Their base is unbelievably ignorant. The sky is NOT falling, you TeaBagging redneck morons. Just ask a Liberal, otherwise known as an educated person, and we can easily explain how the Affordable Care Act WILL HELP YOU AND TENS OF MILLIONS OF OTHER AMERICANS.

 

 

 

President Obama and President Clinton Talk Health Care Reform

 

Published on Sep 24, 2013

President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clintonmet in New York at the Clinton Global Initiative to discuss the Affordable Care Act’s implementation, the opposition to the law, and the future of health care.

 

 

 

October 1st, 2013 Open Enrollment Begins.

 

January 1st, 2014 Coverage Begins.

 

March 31st, 2014 Open Enrollment Closes.

 

Delivering on the Affordable Care Act: Marketplace Premiums Lower than Expected

 

 

State-by-State Monthly Marketplace Premiums

 

A new report shows that the Affordable Care Act will deliver on its promise to make health insurance more affordable and accessible for Americans who need it. Download the full report\

 

Get the Facts Straight on Health Reform

There’s a lot of misinformation out there. For too long, too many hard working Americans paid the price for policies that handed free rein to insurance companies. President Obama’s health reform law gives hard working families the security they deserve. The Affordable Care Act holds insurance companies accountable, lowers health care costs, gives Americans more freedom and control in their health care choices and improves the quality of care.

 

 

EVERYTHING You Need To Know About “ObamaCARES”….October 1st Is Open Enrollment.

 

 

The Last Word….TheObamaCrat™ Way: Green Eggs And Ham, Sam I Am.

 

 

Countdown To Affordable Health Care

 

 

Get Covered America

 

 

HOW To Enroll In ObamaCARES On October 1st: The White House Instructional Video

 

 

VITALLY IMPORTANT INFORMATION: October 1st Starts ObamaCares. ENROLL For Health Care Coverage.

 

 

THE REAL Reason WHY CongrASS Hates ObamaCARES…..

 

 

October 1st Starts ObamaCares…DO YOU Even Know What ObamaCares IS? Read To Get Informed.

 

 

ObamaCares Is Working

 

 

ObamaCares: What Is It? Read This To Get Educated About ObamaCares. ALL Questions Answered.

 

 

Affordable Health Care Act (ObamaCares)

 

How To Enroll In ObamaCARES October 1st, 2013

 

Published on Sep 19, 2013

On October 1st, Americans will be able to enroll themselves and their families in a health care plan on HealthCare.gov. Annie talks with Bryan Sivak, Chief Technology Officer at the Department of Health and Human Services, about the new open-source marketplace for finding plans that fit your needs and budget.

Have you used HealthCare.gov? What are your impressions? Let us know in the comments.

 

 

 

Don Lemons Comes Clean On Republicans And Obamacare

 

Published on Sep 25, 2013

What is taking so many so long to call out Republicans on the evil of their objection to Obamacare. Well, Don Lemon is one of the few from the traditional media that is now speaking up. He did so on Tom Joyner’s show. Will he do it on CNN proper?

 

 

 

The YouToons Get Ready for Obamacare

 

Published on Jul 17, 2013

2014 is coming–are you ready for Obamacare? Join the YouToons as they walk through the basic changes in the way Americans will get health coverage and what it will cost starting in 2014, when major parts of the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare,” go into effect.

 

 

 

Health Reform Explained Video: “Health Reform Hits Main Street”

 

Uploaded on Sep 17, 2010

July 18, 2013: UPDATED ANIMATION NOW AVAILABLE. View the newest YouToons video, “The YouToons Get Ready for Obamacare”

 

 

Health care reform explained in “Health Reform Hits Main Street.”
Confused about how the new health care reform law really works? This short, animated movie — featuring the “YouToons” — explains the problems with the current health care system, the changes that are happening now, and the big changes coming in 2014. Written and produced by the Kaiser Family Foundation. Narrated by Cokie Roberts, a news commentator for ABC News and NPR and a member of Kaiser’s Board of Trustees. Creative production and animation by Free Range Studios.
Also let the YouToons illustrate how health insurance coverage will work under reform.

 

 

What if I Already Have Health Insurance? | Health Care Reform

 

Published on Jul 2, 2013

The new health care reform law, the “Affordable Care Act” brings a lot of changes. Florida Blue is here to help you understand.

 

 

 

Now…..if none of these videos help you understand ObamaCARES and you wish to research and learn on your own by reading…..

 

This web site is invaluable for learning information on ObamaCares……

ObamaCare Facts: Obama’s Health Care Reform

 

obamacarefacts-logo

 

Get The Facts & Truth On The Affordable Health Care Act (ObamaCares)

 

We have all heard of ObamaCare, but what is ObamaCare? 
Obama Care, Obama’s Health Care Reform, is the unofficial name for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The ObamaCare bill was signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. The bill enacts reforms to provide affordable health insurance to 44 million uninsured Americans and to reduce the growth in health care spending. Like “HillaryCare” in the 90′s or “RomneyCare“, “ObamaCare” is a simple name for a complex issue. Get more Obamacare Facts on Obama’s health care reform.

 

ObamaCare Facts was created by two guys sick of trying to dig through talking points to find out what ObamaCare actually does. We are stricltly interested in presenting the facts on Obama’s health care reform. We have no funding or agenda. Please help us to support health care reform by spreading the facts on ObamaCare – Support ObamaCareFacts.com

 

October 1st, 2013 is open enrollment into The Affordable Health Care Act (ObamaCares)

 

January 1st, 2014 Pre-existing Conditions Go Away!!!

 

Understanding the Affordable Care Act HealthCare.gov

 

And Lastly…..

 

Read the Full ObamaCare Bill: Full Text of the Affordable Care Act.

 

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

The first phase of Obama’s health care reform began in 2009 with the Affordable Health Care for America Act. This was followed by The Patient Protection Act, which culminated into the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 2010, or for short “The Affordable Care Act“. After going through several changes, the Affordable Care Act was signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010.

 

 

The Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act

Another, less-discussed aspect of “ObamaCare” are the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 and the Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act, which were signed into law along with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and are officially part of the new healthcare law.

 

 

ObamaCare: Health Care Reform in America

Since ObamaCare was upheld in the supreme court and Barack Obama was sworn into office for a second term, ObamaCare health care reform is now the law of the land (albeit with some major changes made in the supreme court ruling). Many reforms have already gone into effect and many more will roll out over the next decade.

 

Obama’s healthcare reform is focused on health care funding, reducing the cost of healthcare for Americans, increasing coverage and removing the burden that health care has become for the average American. In the years since it’s become a law, the Affordable Health Care Act has already made a big difference in our country.

 

ObamaCare has done some important things already, such as prohibiting insurance companies from dropping your coverage if you get sick, as well as chipping away at discrimination against anyone with a pre-existing condition.

 

No system is perfect, but Obama Care Health Care Reform aims to reform the American healthcare system towards the favor of the people and away from the monopoly of the healthcare industry.

 

Read the Full ObamaCare Bill: Full Text of the Affordable Care Act.

 

Does ObamaCare Require Me To Purchase Health Insurance?

By 2014 all non-exempt Americans will have to have health insurance or will face a tax penalty. If you already have health insurance you can keep it. For many low to middle income Americans insurance will become more affordable, however those making above 400% of the federal poverty line may find themselves paying more.

 

 

ObamaCare’s Medicare / Medicaid Reforms

One of the biggest impacts ObamaCare has is on both Medicare and Medicaid.

 

ObamaCare cuts $716 billion in “waste” from Medicare and reinvests it back into Medicare and ObamaCare in an effort to improve the care that seniors get. It addresses issues such as closing the Medicare Part D “donut hole” and providing better quality preventive services to seniors. Read More On Obamacare and Medicare and How it affects seniors.

 

ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion expands Medicaid to 17 million of our nation’s poorest. However, this aspect of healthcare reform is in jeopardy due to the states’ ability to opt-out of Medicaid expansion. 16 States have already opted out of Medicaid expansion. Find out more about ObamaCare Expanding Medicaid

 

 

ObamaCare Health Insurance Exchanges

Under the Affordable Care Act, every legal resident of the United States of America will be able to shop for health insurance in their states onlinehealth insurance exchange. The “ObamaCare” Exchanges are Online Marketplaces where low to middle income Americans can shop for regulated health insurance.

 

Americans will be presented with the choice between affordable and free health care choices and more expensive, private health care choices. It will be up to every American to look at the individual needs of themselves and their families and select the right health care option for them.

 

ObamaCARES is a national health care reform effort to make affordable health insurance available to more Americans. Aside from expanding Medicare and Medicaid, ObamaCare also implements state and federal Health Insurance Exchanges.

 

Ideally aim of ObamaCare is not to take away things from people or to give handouts to people who don’t deserve it. It is only to provide affordable health insurance to all Americans so they can continue in their pursuit of life, liberty and happiness without the American Health Insurance companies or special interests standing in their way.

 

(All ObamaCareFacts.com ObamaCare images are public domain)

 

What Else Does ObamaCare’s Health Care Reform Cover?

ObamaCare aims to provide quality healthcare for more Americans at more affordable rates. Obama’s health care reform under the Affordable Care Act is the most significant overhaul to health care industry in decades, covering every aspect of healthcare including mental heath, care for seniors, child health, woman’s health and care for our nations poorest. ObamaCare also provide drug coverage, free preventive care, check ups for children and countless other unprecedented reforms to the American health care system. ObamaCare may not be perfect, but it does a lot to expand the average Americans health care rights. Find out more ObamaCare Facts check out the Benefits of ObamaCare.

 

I have provided you with everything you need to educate yourself on ObamaCARES, better known as The Affordable Health Care Act.

 

Reading is up to Y.O.U.

 

Some very helpful links to enrollment in your area….

 

healthcaregov_logo

HeathCare.gov

 

 

ofacts

ObamacareFacts.com

 

 

oc2

ObamacareByZipCode.com

 

 

KFF.org

 

 

getcoveredamerica_t750x550

GetCoveredAmerica.org

 

 

mainimage

FamiliesUSA.org

 

 

dfa_logo

DrsForAmerica.org

 

 

webmd-logo

WebMD.com

 

 

firefoxscreensnapz002

What has Obamacare done for me lately?

 

 

walgreens_logo

Walgreens.com

 

 

cvs-logo

CVS.com

 

Now tell me, what excuse do you have NOT to know about your own health care?

 

 

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