We should have pre-existing conditions for car insurance too. Never pay for insurance, and if you total your car sign up with Geico and say “btw, you have to replace my car after you take my first month’s premium”
I am not defending their position. I am merely pointing out the obvious. This is what they are running with. Un
posted on 10/13/2018 6:39:22 PM PDT
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I thought the system worked very well when Medicaid picked up coverage for the poor and needy. I don’t think Medicare is a good deal at all for the older folks though. The poor and worthless get better coverage than those who worked for 50 years. There is clearly room for improvement.
posted on 10/13/2018 7:10:12 PM PDT
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We should have pre-existing conditions for car insurance too. Never pay for insurance, and if you total your car sign up with Geico and say btw, you have to replace my car after you take my first months premium
That is not how the clause for pre-existing conditions works.
posted on 10/13/2018 7:15:49 PM PDT
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