It’s not like insurance was free before Obamacare. We had YoY rate increases of 7-8%.
My point remains. All of the hand wringing and anger I see over $50-100 a month is certainly far worse than the money itself.
This is definitely a problem unique to middle class and above people in developed countries in the 21st century. My great grandfather had no medical insurance. Neither did his children. Including the three stillborn children my great grandmother gave birth to. While I’m often working out of my home, or at worst sitting an office looking over some numbers and running calculations through Excel, my great grandfather at this age was working in a coal mine. He’d also been working for 25 of those 31 years of life. And he had it a lot better than his great grandfather.
I’ve never known true hardship in my life in a historical context. And I doubt you have either. Obamacare is not a massive problem.
I’ll be okay no matter what. Whether Trump, Pence, Bernie, or Kanye is president.