As 2019 approached President Cruz reflected on the accomplishments of his first two terms. He was satisfied that congress had finally repealed Obamacare, though it wasn’t necessarily their idea. Without a President willing to throw billions at the system, the health care experiment was upside down six months after his inauguration, unable to sustain itself. Many insurance companies jumped ship long ago, and the few remaining that were holding out for a monopoly went bankrupt. The Affordable Care Act and it’s $500 billion price tag was a disastrous failure, not only for the tax payer, but for the insurance industry as well.
President Cruz was thrilled, and frankly quite surprised, at the
effectiveness of health insurance portability across state lines.
Insurance company start ups and investors flocked to the new competitive
markets, premiums and deductibles had already fallen by 62 percent and
experts say if the competition continues, health insurance could cost as
little as auto insurance by 2020. Cruz’s approval rating had spiked at
72% but may climb even higher as working Americans continue to benefit
from this legislation.
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