Monday, January 27, 2014

Republicans want insurers to make money, by making taxpayers to pay for sick people in state run high risk pools.

Okay, maybe now conservatives and tea party losers will finally get the message. It can't get anymore obvious than this:
Economic Times: Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has suggested transition legislation that might initially eliminate some provisions ... Two separate House Republican proposals would address the needs of people with pre-existing conditions through state-run "high-risk" insurance pools.
Socialized Risk: The state-run, taxpayer supported high risk pools would take all of societies sick, and let healthy premium paying "customers" add to insurers bottom lines. What a deal?

For Democrats, it's best to frame it this way; taxpayers take the sick and insurers take the healthy. I dare any Republican to make that sound fair.

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