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President Obama signed up for the "bronze" Obamacare plan, designed to promote enrollment which costs about $400 per month. Of course, there was no need for him to carry any healthcare plan at all since as Commander-in-Chief his coverage is provided by the military.
It was a PR stunt.
That’s still only the tip of the iceberg in terms of uncovering this law’s less-than-logical outcomes. Consider, for example, how roughly 23.6% of legislators are 65 years of age or older, with 47.9% of our nation’s state legislators age averaging between 50 and 64 years of age. As of 2011 the average age in the Senate was 62, and the average age in the House 57. In the 111th Congress Robert Byrd began the term as Senate president at the age of 91. When Byrd died, his former colleague Daniel Inouye, then 85, assumed the office.