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Judo-choppin' Obama-'Care:' Investor Greg Mannarino exposes How You can BEAT BigPharma / BigInsurance using Their own System!

They can't deny you for a "previously existing condition," including injuries from a car accident that 'just' occurred 2 minutes ago, technically speaking...

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Published on Nov 8, 2013

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As a health insurance broker

As a health insurance broker this video doesn't add up.

That is why they have enrollment only until end of December unless your work plan cancels, you move, or the plan you currently have is discontinued.


Here's what else you need to know to Judo-chop Obamacare

First, what he's suggesting only works during the open enrollment periods. So be sure to have your heart attack or whatever between October 15 and December 7. (For 2014, you also have until the end of March.)

If you must have your heart attack or whatever outside of open enrollment that doesn't mean all is lost. There are certain "qualifying life events" that give you a temporary, special open enrollment period. Adopting a child is difficult to do the same day you get sick, so your best bet is probably marriage. Have a special someone ready to rush to your hospital bedside to tie the knot on a moment's notice, and have a minister on speed dial.

Also, be sure that if something bad happens to you it doesn't require immediate treatment, because coverage won't start for two to six weeks after you apply. If you enroll during the 1st and 15th of a month during open enrollment, coverage begins the first of the following month. If you enroll between the 16th and the end of the month, coverage begins the first day of the second month. The best days to plan your illness or injury for are October 15 or November 15, the only two days of the year when the waiting period is just two weeks.

Also, and this one is pretty obvious, be sure you only get illnesses or injuries that leave you conscious and able to apply for the coverage. If you're in a bad auto accident and unconscious, and need emergency surgery, you won't have coverage.

Otherwise his advice is completely sound. If you get sick or injured between October 15 and December 7, and are conscious and able to apply for coverage, and can wait two to six weeks for treatment, they *cannot* refuse you coverage. I guess they never thought of that loophole.