Bill makes a point
POSTED: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 - 5:38pm
UPDATED: Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 3:40pm
Tyler, Texas (KETK) — I needed to sit down and put a cold towel on my head because today, I told the newsroom I agreed with Bill Clinton.
Clinton was on some TV show and uttered the sentence, "The president ought to make good on his promise about you won't lose your health insurance."
Of course, he said that knowing all the while what is done is done and those who lost those policies are in bad shape because those policies are gone.
It's funny how the administration wrote the rules, the insurance companies had to abide by them throwing people off their policies, and
now the administration is blaming insurance companies for dropping clients.
It's like grade school.
I think Clinton is up to something with those remarks because he doesn't say hello without it having political calculation.
He's probably setting up Hillary to ride in with some sort of plan to save the day. But, the more people fall off the insurance horse the more excited this group in the White House gets because that means we are one step closer to single-payer, in other words, the government taking over all health insurance.
One way to get there, to fix the horrible mess the insurance companies have gotten us into, (I'm being sarcastic), we can
help folks who have been dropped.
How can we do that you ask? Subsidize their payments.
Yeah, like we have the money to do that. We are using the treasury as political donor.
These folks, right now, have a mess on their hands and they will do anything to keep pushing this bad health plan no matter how much damage they do along the way.
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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