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2013-11-06 10:17 by Karl Denninger
in Corruption , 226 references Ignore this thread
The Simple Reality On Knowing Lies

C'mon guys, cut the crap on the left and right.

Everyone knew that ultimately Obamacare would be required for everyone and nobody's plan would be grandfathered.

Why?

Simple -- one of the "standards" for a health plan to be acceptable under Obamacare and thus grandfathered was that it must include universal pregnancy coverage.

Yes, I said universal.

That is, it had to include pregnancy coverage for men.

As soon as you can find me a man with a uterus and ovaries I will concede that the claim was possibly something other than a full-on and intentional scam.