But let's look at the fallacy of such rants; (1) insurance companies minimize personal risk based on actuarial tables and pooling resources; (2) insurance companies are also heavily regulated and in many states, competition is minimized due to bad legislation; (3) insurance companies employ hundreds of thousands of Americans in good paying jobs; (4) insurance companies reinvest their profits to provide capital for development and construction projects; (5) insurance company profits are taxed which helps fund those Liberal programs that are so near and dear to you; (6) insurance companies reinvest in their local communities providing youth programs/sports and many other humanitarian endeavors as do their employees; (7) without insurance companies, the risk of a major catastrophic occurrence is born by the individual.
There are many other points to this; but the main theme to demagogue the insurance companies with hyperbolic BS like you do doesn't serve anything to advance an honest intellectual debate as to the solutions to the high cost of healthcare.
When your entire debate is a diatribe to turn your opponents into evil "things" to be despised, it is painfully obvious you are uninformed.
I am not surprised that the White House and Liberal Democrats prefer to engage in this level of discourse where class envy is their primary argument; but it is a patently weak position and serves NOTHING to advance honest intellectual dialogue to seek a solution.
When your only argument is that Insurance companies are greedy and evil, and only Government can provide cost effective healthcare, it is no wonder so many Americans are scratching their heads and chanting; "Kill the Bill!"
It is transparent and even people who are less informed see through it.