As talk about Obamacare repeal and replacement heats up, the liberal publication Vox took to social media to hear from fans and American citizens who benefitted the most from the health care law.
The publication started up by Ezra Klein, who rode the coattails of Hillary Clinton during the campaign, wanted to hear their favorite Obamacare stories.
The link itself includes a survey where users can fill out their satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the law through multiple choice. It also allows people to write in a blank space how Obamacare impacted their life and what will happen to them if the law if repealed.
However, on Twitter, Vox got completely roasted with negative responses from individuals who were screwed by the Affordable Care Act, proving that it’s not very affordable after all.
@voxdotcom my family premium went from $789 a month w/1k ded. to $1929 w/8k ded. In 3 years. We also lost several key doctors.— mncahill (@mncahill) February 15, 2017
@voxdotcom the hospital I work for is freezing raises because insufficient reimbursement for services rendered. The ACA needs to go.— ClemsonGrl (@liberty_grl) February 16, 2017
@voxdotcom it made me have to pay a penalty because I lost my job and didn't buy health insurance— Rich Tormet (@rtormet) February 15, 2017
@voxdotcom My deductible went up to $6,000 per year, but at least I have maternity coverage.— Mark Little (@mal247) February 16, 2017
President Trump announced on Thursday that he’ll unveil his plan in March. A recent PPP poll showed that 78 percent of millennials want Congress to get rid of the worst parts about Obamacare, while 22 percent prefer that Congress start over from scratch.