That is what our system needs. Not third-party payers who know they can always raise premiums to cover these ridiculous costs so never bother to argue, but engaged (and sometimes enraged) consumers who refuse to be treated like patsies.
Now that the Congress has passed the Orwellian monstrosity that is Obamacare — and Ms. Pelosi and the rest of us have found out what’s in it —President Obama’s rhetorical “guarantees” have proved as phony as a three-dollar bill.
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