GOP to propose allowing insurance companies to say what they will pay for

Nothing new there then!

This Republican alternative bill also contains several health care ideas that are increasingly championed by both parties.

# Longer coverage for youths. It would allow dependent children to stay on their parents’ policies until they are 25.

# Promotion of wellness at the workplace. It would encourage employers to reward employees for improved health.

# Expansion of community health centers.

# Mobile health care. It would allow Americans to maintain their specific health insurance policies when they lose or leave jobs.

# In-home care. It would provide financial help and encourage more in-home care over institutions.

# Limitations on malpractice lawsuits. There is general agreement over limiting such lawsuits, but a deep divide exists over exactly how much.

So – if you have a pre-existing, it is a matter that it is just tough!

The GOP want the insurance companies to make a vast amount of profit so they can be funded – by the same insurance companies.

GOPers don’t care about Americans! And they call themselves Christians!?

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One Response to GOP to propose allowing insurance companies to say what they will pay for

  1. museditions says:

    Do they? Call themselves Christians? Many do, but I happen to know a fair amount of ag/ath fiscally “conservative” (whatever that means) GOPs. They don’t like it any better than liberals do that “extreme” Christianity has styled itself to be the spokesorg for the party.
    That being said, pre-existers obviously ought not to be discriminated against. Hey, we’ve all got something! 😉

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