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Sebelius Finally Admits Premiums Will Rise as a Result of ObamaCare

SMyles Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 9:52 AM
Or ask the question; does a supposed right violate the inalienable right of another? There are no individual rights to another person's labor. There is no "social contract". No fair share. Also, if it's unethical for the individual, it's unethical for the state. If it's unethical for me to take your earnings to help a third party, it's unethical for the state to do so.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is finally admitting that the Affordable Care Act isn't actually that affordable. Think tanks have been warning for years about the expensive cost of ObamaCare and many have already seen their health insurance premiums rise as a result of its implementation yet, the administration has denied the bill will actually increase costs for consumers until now.

Some people purchasing new insurance policies for themselves this fall could see premiums rise because of requirements in the health-care law, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told reporters Tuesday.