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Democrats are spreading the pain!
Obamacare policies are so expensive and the deductibles so high that middle–income families are dropping their coverage.
If you missed last week’s column or just want to refresh your memory, please click here.
Health insurance is expensive because government at all levels — federal, state and local — interferes with the market’s price–setting mechanism and consequently consumers are not in the least cost conscious.
The analogy you’re probably most familiar with is the comparison between health insurance and car insurance. Experts point out car insurance is there to cover major expenses and emergencies and that’s why Jiffy Lube doesn’t send the oil change bill to Travelers.
If it did you would be choosing between paying for your car insurance and your child’s college tuition. The analogy is good in other ways, or as the tech types say: It’s scalable. Car insurance/health insurance can also produce a comparison in the area where the real cost pressure originates — the hospital.
As a matter of fact, if car crash repair worked that same way hospital stays, no one could afford ObamaRepair, either.
So where am I going with this analogy? Why, to enlightenment! See for yourself by clicking on this magic Newsmax hyperlink to read the rest of the column.
Hospital’s Kremlin–Like Secrecy Suffers a Breach - a Michael Shannon feature from The Whole Shebang (mostly)
Michael R. Shannon is a commentator, researcher (for the League of American Voters), and an award-winning political and advertising consultant with nationwide and international experience.
He is author of "Conservative Christian’s Guidebook for Living in Secular Times (Now with added humor and available on Amazon.com)."
Click here to read the Shannon report at the Whole Shebang (mostly)
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