AIDS is one of the most expensive medical conditions to treat.
First, people with AIDS live much longer now, which is a good thing understand.
But they have very many medical problems with their longer lives, frequent hospitalization and they do, in the end and still, die before their time and their death takes a long time.
So why can’t I buy a health insurance policy that exempts any AIDS coverage? I live in a part of Delaware with a very large homosexual community but hey, can’t sell health insurance in Delaware exempting AIDS coverage cause dammit somebody’s got to help pay for that expensive health coverage for AIDS patients.
Keeping along these lines, why can’t I buy health coverage exempting pregnancy coverage? I’m not going to get pregnant at my age. Take both of these coverages out the cost for my health policy and I’m thinking it would reduce by 25% or more.
This is what is meant by being able to buy health insurance across state lines. Can’t do it. Cause states make laws for health insurance purchases in their states based on the political needs then upon, NOT to help its citizens on the cost of health care.
If this administration was really serious instead of just peeing on our feet and telling us it’s raining as regards overhauling health care coverage, they’d allow us to buy customized health insurance and get rid of that free for all for the trial lawyers.
Until they do that, do not make the mistake of taking them serious.
Did you just talk with Rush on air?
Odd isn’t it? With a couple of posts we have shown the Government how to prioritize “rationing” but who really thinks they will listen?
“So why cant I buy a health insurance policy that exempts any AIDS coverage?”
So, when government health care destroys private insurance, and the gov’t picks up the total tab for HIV/AIDS drugs/treatment and all the bennies that go with that politcally correct disease, there won’t be any money for anything else. How would you even calculate the cost?
....And nothing we do for these “victims” has any effect on their behavior.