We talked in other questions about "Questions that are asked to make a point, rather than to get an answer". In order to make that a concrete discussion, let's consider a specific question:
Some points to think about:
- The title of the question is in the past tense, and seems to imply that people have already lost their healthcare. in the body of the question it talks about 'estimates' while tacitly admitting that nobody has actually lost their healthcare yet. Sensationalist title.
- The questioner already seems to know, in his/her own mind, the answer - that there will be lots of people who lose their healthcare. He/she actually writes "millions of people will have lost their healthcare"
- The question brings in 'disadvantages' of the thing that is being questioned (ACA) which are not really relevant to the question - problems with the website and premium levels.
- The original post talked about "people who lost their health insurance", when all the references were about people who were forced to upgrade their health insurance. Since changed to "people who weren't able to keep their health insurance", which is better but still a little misleading.
- The OP is an experienced user. This isn't due to not knowing how things work here.
- Very high sarcasm levels
- The question is borderline on topic anyway, since it is asking for speculation about the future.
Answers from the OP or others welcome.