Obamacare warns: Time is running out
Obamacare warns: tic-tac, tic-tac, time is running out. Procrastination comes from the Latin word procrastinare, which means to postpone until tomorrow something that we can do today. This word reaches its most accurate definition when we unravel the Greek word akrasia which, according to linguists, translates as doing something against our better judgment.
The word procrastination seems to be a diagnosis: it is the suffering of those people who leave for later the tasks that they must take on for their own benefit. The worst thing, I add, is that with that attitude they “self-boycott” a great opportunity.
Although we think that this evil is not very common, being somewhat illogical, look around, pay attention to the date we are in and answer if you have not proscrastinated your registration to Obamacare yourself.
Since last March, it was reported that the special registration period for health insurance that operates under the Affordable Care Act was extended until August 15. The media has widely reported that anyone who received unemployment benefits in 2021 will not pay a penny of premium if they sign up for subsidized health insurance.
It is known that three out of five people enrolled in Obamacare access plans in which they pay zero dollars and that four out of five of the insured are able to improve their coverage and pay less than 10 dollars a month.
You know the great advantages of acquiring health insurance under Obamacare, you are aware of the benefits that taking that simple step will bring you, and yet you have banned the action.
Well, I have news for you, the health insurances with the highest subsidy in American history are telling you: Tic-Tac, Tic-Tac, Tic-Tac. In a few hours, this great opportunity to protect your health at a low cost will be gone. Obamacare warns: tic-tac, tic-tac, time is running out.
Wake up! Pick up the phone now, call Univista Insurance and buy health insurance. Tic-Tac, Tic-Tac, Tic-Tac.