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Old 11-14-2012, 05:54 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Bo's Pelini View Post
The Medical Loss Ratio mandate is already forcing insurers out of the market and reducing insurance choices for Americans.
Ironically, young adults are also seeing their choices disappear, as colleges are dropping low cost, limited coverage plans altogether or pricing students out of health insurance because of these actuarial requirements and the bureaucrat-defined list of “essential” benefits dictated by ObamaCare.
I mentioned a college student losing her insurance and was excoriated for it because it was anecdotal. Turns out there's more to it than just her.

As I said in another post, wait til those young voters have to pay a tax to an IRS for healthcare. See how they like Obamacare then.


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The record is clear – since its rush to passage by President Obama and the Democrat-controlled Congress in 2010, the ACA is doing harm. While the president’s supporters try to control the message, it becomes even more urgent that all Americans realize that an alternative choice is at hand. As opposed to President Obama’s passion for more government control, Governor Romney trusts free market solutions. And instead of government panels to limit care, Mitt Romney’s commitment is that all Americans deserve the right to decide with their doctors how aggressively they want to pursue advanced medical care. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan want Americans and their families to control their own health care decisions. Their plan would facilitate competition to improve choice and reduce costs, and provide seniors with the option of private insurance. But giving seniors a choice is an idea that this administration finds unacceptable.
Oh nonsense! Mitt was going to just replace it with a watered-down version. Even if he allowed states to opt out with an EO ( Guess he's gonna copy Obama with this tool.), he was certainly going to usher them to move into his Romneycare version. That version orginally had more market mechanisms in it, but the Mass Democrats overrode his vetoes. This means if he ushered his own version in, should Ds ever get in power again, always a possibility, they'd tweak it to get rid of such mechanisms.


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At the inception of ObamaCare, then Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Congress had to “pass the bill so you can find out what is in it.” And now we have found out. Filled with new entitlements and symbolic hand-outs, the true impact of this extraordinarily damaging law has only just surfaced in advance of its most destructive effects to come. Only the voters can stop it.
Well, since the healthcare exchanges lacked a funding mechanism, congress will have to re-visit Obamacare.

As to the destructive effects, well this is why Obamacare is only a stepping stone to a complete govt takeover as some leftists have stated. It's the Fabian's Cloward–Piven strategy.

Let's hope instead, that it's as unpopular as Prohibition.
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