"health care" bill/law is designed to either run the health
insurance companies out of business or cause more Americans to cry
to the government, when their premiums go sky-high. The cost to
cover all of the federal government's demands is far more money than
the insurance companies currently take in.
But fact is, we
no longer actually have "INSURANCE," for our health. The government
has turned all insurance companies into "Health Care Companies."
--The government has stolen the insurance industry.
it like this:
You own land. The government decides that what
you do with your land needs to help the whole of society. So the
government tells you what you are going to do with your land, how
much of that which comes from your land has to go to others and how
much you can keep. --Do you REALLY own that land anymore? No, you
Insurance is something that is to "insure" a person,
in case something happens in the future. Try getting fire insurance
to rebuild a kitchen, AFTER a fire has destroyed it.
health insurance companies already do take care of pre-existing
conditions if you have had NO lapse in insurance (even with another
company). This practice basically buys your business, by continuing
to cover something that you already have covered under another
insurer. And if you have had a lapse in insurance, such companies,
simply have a waiting period for a pre-existing condition. My
company has a year; but during that year, it will cover anything
else that is on the plan.
There is no doubt that insurance
companies do wrong. I know that first hand. And the state
governments are supposed to set laws into place to GOVERN and
protect consumers from companies taking our money and not delivering
on their end of the deal. The state governments are supposed to
protect consumers from any fraudulent activity, like doctor
kick-backs, lying about costs, etc. --But that's where it ends. The
government is not supposed to take the businesses over, while
allowing the companies to "work for the government" in THEIR OWN
This is forced servitude. Not forced, in that
the company owners could not just fold and walk away. It is forced
in that, if the company owners want to continue to keep their
livelihood, it is forced to work for (serve) the government. And
that is forced servitude.
This is so unconstitutional on so
many levels! The insurance companies should be suing the heck out of
the federal government! We all should be suing the heck of the
federal government. Let's remember, because real insurance companies
in actuality no longer exist, we no longer can have real insurance.
We are all forced to be part of a health care plan, a pot. That's