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Republican Surrenderists for Obamacare

aTheist Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 4:55 PM
There is no problem forcing the coverage of pre-existing conditions, provided you have had continuous coverage. Meanwhile, the insurance companies have found a loophole. Yes, the pre-existing conditions are now covered by law... except now, now they have a tiny life-time payment cap! This means that the condition that was once covered by the previous old policy, is now a pre-exiting condition under the new policy. The policy had to change because the old policy was not in compliance with the new law. But now, the new policy has a life-time cap for that condition of $7,000. An amount that is exhausted within the first year. So... the premium goes up by 40% and the condition is tapped out and we are left SOL. Thanks for nothing 0-bama

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