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Coulter Defends Romney

MoreFreedom Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 10:15 AM
Forcing insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions, is like forcing auto-insurers to cover accidents that occurred before a policy was in place. Essentially, this is an incentive to not get coverage, until the cost of the treatment is more than insurance costs. Forcing insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions is sure to drive up insurance costs. Normally (in a free insurance market), expensive conditions are paid for thru many years of payments where you don't really need the insurance. This will guarantee that insurance payments skyrocket.
Polly1 Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 10:24 AM
Indiana has a plan whereby a person with pre-existing conditions can obtain insurance coverage. The insurance companies pool their resources and pick up the people who can't get coverage elsewhere; their premiums are somewhat higher than normal. It IS forced by the state, and I'm sure we all pay for it, but it IS there.
Mitt Romney tells people he won't fire federal workers or cut education spending. He says he'll spend more on the military. He sounds like a big-government guy. Or is he just pandering for votes?

Ann Coulter came on my TV show to defend Romney.

"What you call pandering is called getting elected," Coulter said.

Romney says he'll repeal Obamacare. Great! But he wants to keep popular parts: coverage for pre-existing conditions and keeping grown kids on their parents' policies until age 26. Those mandates are popular. But that's not insurance. That's welfare.

"If we do not repeal Obamacare in the next...