Okay—I’m bragging here. I’ve never been the type to have the latest electronics, Nike shoes, or cool sunglasses, but I’m proud to announce that I have joined the “in crowd” of U.S. citizens who have been negatively affected by Obamacare (eat your hearts out)!
Yep, I’m one of those people who Democrat Harry Reid described as “lying” about how Obamacare has impacted my life. Here’s my situation:
I received a letter from my health insurance company stating that “While updating your account in order to comply with the Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”) we received inaccurate information from the Department of Health and Human Services. As a result, you were overcharged for 2014 medical procedures by $314.64. We are diligently working to 1) correct these inaccuracies and 2) refund your money. You should receive your refund check by May 1, 2014.” I suppose to prove that my health insurance company really wasn’t to blame, they included a copy of the document they received from HHS explaining the mistake.
So due to incompetent Obamacare, I have paid $300+ out of my pocket that I should not have—and it will take two months to receive a refund.