To our esteemed (cough, cough) politicians and low information voters, let me get this right: We lose a product that we have been paying for and are perfectly happy with to be forced to buy a product that we can't see the cost of until we sign up for it.
You provide a website that doesn't work and can be hacked into to get all of our personal information. It is going to cost us twice as much, if not more, as we were currently paying for health insurance, with much higher deductibles than we had before.
Then, if we don't buy this product from you, the IRS will demand that we pay a fine. And there are people who thought this was a good idea?
I'm just curious - and furious.
Barbara J. Thomas