Arrest them for disorderly conduct. And then when they don't get comply fast enough when being arrested, we taz them, bro.
[quote=Crunch;1058193347]Read this carefully and think about what it says... if you were an insurance company, do you think you could stay in business if you couldn't ever enroll anyone new after this bill goes into effect?.
Well, I read it carefully. I agree, they wouldn't stay in business under those conditions, but you also failed to post the provision in it's full context.
The provision establishes the conditions under which existing private plans would be exempted from the requirement that they participate in the Health Insurance Exchange. Individual health insurance plans that do not meet the "grandfather" conditions would still be available for purchase, but only through the Exchange, and subject to those regulations.
By not including the wording related to the "Health Insurance Exchange" the section you quoted could be perceived as something other than what was intended to mean. The Health Insurance Exchange creates a transparent and functional marketplace for individuals and small employers to comparison shop among private and public insurers.
Text of H.R.3200 as Introduced in House: America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 - U.S. Congress - OpenCongressSection (c) Limitation on Individual Health Insurance Coverage
(1) IN GENERAL- Individual health insurance coverage that is not grandfathered health insurance coverage under subsection (a) may only be offered on or after the first day of Y1 as an Exchange-participating health benefits plan
(2) SEPARATE, EXCEPTED COVERAGE PERMITTED- Excepted benefits (as defined in section 2791(c) of the Public Health Service Act) are not included within the definition of health insurance coverage. Nothing in paragraph (1) shall prevent the offering, other than through the Health Insurance Exchange, of excepted benefits so long as it is offered and priced separately from health insurance coverage.
To fully understand Section 101 all of the subsections of the entire section need to be included.
It violates the Constitution.
It won't work.
It will cost so much the word "fortune" is meaningless.
It will affect my life and my family negatively.
It won't work.
And it violated the Constitution.
Did I mention the fact that the people promoting don't have a shred of credibility?
Would you buy a used Clunker from a Congressman?
Why don't you get behind breaking the physician's union (the AMA) which has advised states to limit the number of doctors trained ea year and limited the number allowed to immigrate to the U.S., thus guaranteeing high physician incomes and denying people fullest access to that industry??