If you have no job, and are not getting government help, and you are this way for long enough to worry about paying the tax, you have far, far worse things to worry about, IE you have no fucking home or food.
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I don't have health insurance. Under the law, will I have to buy it and what happens if I donít?
Right now, you are not required to have health insurance. But beginning in 2014, most people will have to have it or pay a fine. For individuals, the penalty would start at $95 a year, or up to 1 percent of income, whichever is greater, and rise to $695, or 2.5 percent of income, by 2016.
For families the penalty would be $2,085 or 2.5 percent of household income, whichever is greater by 2016 and beyond. The requirement to have coverage can be waived for several reasons, including financial hardship or religious beliefs.
Millions of additional people will qualify for Medicaid or federal subsidies to buy insurance under the law.I want health insurance but I canít afford it. What will I do?
Depending on your income, you might be eligible for Medicaid. Currently, in most states nonelderly adults without minor children don't qualify for Medicaid. But beginning in 2014, the federal government is offering to pay the cost of an expansion in the programs so that anyone with an income at or lower than 133 percent of the federal poverty level, (which based on current guidelines would be $14,856 for an individual or $30,656 for a family of four) will be eligible for Medicaid The Supreme Court said that states cannot be forced to make that change.What if I make too much money for Medicaid but still can't afford to buy insurance?
You might be eligible for government subsidies to help you pay for private insurance sold in the state-based insurance marketplaces, called exchanges, slated to begin operation in 2014. Exchanges will sell insurance plans to individuals and small businesses.
These premium subsidies will be available for individuals and families with incomes between 133 percent and 400 percent of the poverty level, or $14,856 to $44,680 for individuals and $30,656 to $92,200 for a family of four (based on current poverty guidelines).
If none of this applies to a person with no job and no income, they're probably a fugitive or they're one of those anti-government types who refuse to pay taxes and have a loaded firearm in every corner of their house.
Originally Posted by Loire
edit: for the claim that the unemployment rate shows that most people are in fact unemployed, it would have to show at least 50% wouldn't it? Or has most translated to a significantly lower percentage of the majority? Just wondering, because words can be hard.
Last edited by Tellenta; July 1 2012 at 03:57:52 AM.
Isn't his point less about this particular policy and more a slippery slope argument about the danger of giving government this power?
Not that I subscribe to that argument.
This has been a blast. Glad we could have a civil discussion on a landmark ruling. For all the shit you guys talk about ignorant rednecks who are stuck in their viewpoints, you all resort to personal attacks and private neg-rep slurs pretty quickly. Good thing you're better than those inbred fucks, right?
Oh, and FMAR, next time you get sand in your vag and want to infract someone for a personal insult, check the last two pages here.
Interesting, heard an interview about the judges.
The reasoning went like this: the problem is that the court is so polarised. You know how the judges will vote before the case is brought before the court. By voting infavour of the law while putting in objections Roberts is trying to keep the reputation of the court intact.
Could the american fhc-population find that plausible?
This was put forward by Fareed Zakaria on Realtime with Bill Maher this week as well (not sure if its the interview you are referring to). If its true I find it a scary way to run a court.
Nope this one was done by the swedish radio.