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Subject:  Re: Another O'care victim... Date:  11/4/2013  9:49 PM
Author:  Rightime Number:  1908978 of 2381073



I read that article, and it doesn't really say much about what she really thinks.


Fair enough, we don't really know what she thinks. What the article does tell us is that what the media is calling health care insurance policy cancellations are not health care insurance policies at all. This is what most people have thought all along. When someone calls me on the phone and says they have a health care policy for $50 a month, I just hang up the phone. What this woman had didn't protect her at all, that's the whole idea behind the word "insurance."
I can go on about what this 57 year-old woman didn't have with her fake insurance policy, but suffice it to remain, there are not millions of insurance policies being canceled.
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