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Another Reason To Declare Independence from Obamacare SCOTUS Disaster

Mike844 Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 1:11 PM
No, the analogy of buying insurance subsequent to "wrapping your car around a tree" is spot-on. Obama care will not only mandate that insurers not turn away people with preexisting medical conditions (analogous to the "prior accidents" theme), but will also allow the same people to go out and buy insurance when they do get sick, injured, etc. They cannot be turned away. There is no practical difference, zero, between someone being afforded coverage after their car wreck and someone getting insurance after their medical emergency.

Many have weighed in on the Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare much better than I could. Two of the best were Rush Limbaugh’s and Mark Levin (download the June 28th show for free and share it widely). But a few things remain unmentioned as far as I can tell.

First, the SCOTUS decision means the low-income uninsured won’t likely see any change to their status.

How is that? How can a law designed in large part to help the poor obtain insurance, a law that taxes and spends so much, end up...