That would be nice if it was true for everyone. Unfortunately, Speaker Busch forgot about the middle class families who don’t receive Medicaid or subsidies and tax credits under the Affordable Care Act. They’ve seen their “affordable” health insurance increase by over 100 percent since Obamacare started. This year, a 40-year-old saleswoman with two children who makes $81,600 will pay $1,275 per month, with an annual deductible of $6,900, for the cheapest Obamacare health insurance plan available to her. Keep in mind that the median mortgage in Maryland is $2,000 per month; this woman’s health care is costing her almost as much. For this working single mom, the Affordable Care Act is not “affordable”; a requirement for her to pay $6,900 before her insurance pays anything does not encourage her to seek “care” for herself or her children; and pretending an Obamacare insurance policy this bad is a big success is just nonsense.