Why can’t you keep the health plan Obama said you could keep?

Weasel Zippers lays it out

We were the first to report on how the NBC story exposing the Obama administration knowledge of cancellations was pulled, then edited, then edited again.

There was a critical paragraph that was edited out, but then added back in after a furor.

What was the provision that was deleted and then added back?

None of this should come as a shock to the Obama administration. The law states that policies in effect as of March 23, 2010 will be “grandfathered,” meaning consumers can keep those policies even though they don’t meet requirements of the new health care law. But the Department of Health and Human Services then wrote regulations that narrowed that provision, by saying that if any part of a policy was significantly changed since that date — the deductible, co-pay, or benefits, for example — the policy would not be grandfathered.

Why is this critical, and why was it edited?

Because that means the law doesn’t actually dictate the cancellation of the policies, the cancellations are dictated by the HHS regulations, narrowing the law.

Regulations are completely and utterly within the power and control of HHS, Obama and the executive branch. What that means is they could change it if they wanted to, and that it was completely their choice to do this, despite Obama lying about it.

They dictated these cancellations because they want to drive people into the exchanges, because it is the only possible way to monetarily sustain the system, or it would collapse under its own weight.

So while Obama is lying to people, he is completely dictating the cancellations through his administration.

This is the twisted nature of the President we have.

So, tell me again about the wonders of Hope and Change there comrade.

 

One thought on “Why can’t you keep the health plan Obama said you could keep?

  1. Pingback: ZION'S TRUMPET » Obama and Your Healthcare: A Twisted, Sick, Vile Individual

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