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Obama's Insurance Exchange Nightmare

DevinDenver Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 4:35 PM
Six, either you are intentionally obtuse or you are a moron. First, the word is "except", not "accept". More to the point, your assertion that this was anticipated is not proved by your point that there are measures built in "if states cannot meet the minimum requirements". In fact, it proves the opposite. The measures are built in for states that want to participate but "cannot meet the minimum requirements". This article is dealing with the states THAT DO NOT WANT TO PARTICIPATE. That is an entirely different animal that, if you had any powers of discernment, you would have realized.
scrow Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 4:54 PM
In fairness, he is using "accept" correctly, as in he's telling readers to _accept_ that it was anticipated.

When the Supreme Court upheld ObamaCare as a tax last summer, President Obama may have thought he could breathe a little easier. But now with the implementation of the law, Obama is just beginning his war with the states that refuse to implement ObamaCare exchanges needed for the legislation to work properly or at least, quickly.

The Obama administration faces major logistical and financial challenges in creating health insurance exchanges for states that have declined to set up their own systems.

The exchanges were designed as the centerpiece of President Obama’s signature law,...