Who insures us from the insurance companies?

February 25, 2008 at 8:39 pm 1 comment

Somehow overlooked in the blowup last week about an insurance company that had requested doctors to rat out their patients, was the timing that the insurance companies would have to make use of this information.

Will they cancel the insured right then and there? Or would they keep quiet and continue with the insured’s policy to keep those monthly payments coming in to them until a reimbursement for a provided medical solution was sought, and then drop the client and refuse payment on the basis of a preexisting condition, or claim that the ill person had made false statement or had not fully disclosed the problem when they signed on?

I’ve always believed that the latter seems to be the method the conservatives use to hold onto power, they have photos and other dirt on most anyone of power in the country and will not hesitate to use it to blackmail any true threat to their domain.


And no, I don’t wear a tinfoil hat.

But if you choose to talk about conspiracy, try to shoot at a target about 50 feet from you that’s the size of an average watermellon and is being pulled along by a friend pulling a rope at about 5 miles per hour. To make it more relevant, see if you can hit it twice out of three shots in less than twenty seconds. Oh yeah, you’ll need to be shooting with an old Mannlicher-Carcano bolt action rifle and remember to allow for a strong cross wind. Once you can do that, try it at about 100 yards and make the target a little bigger than a CD, and hit it (or even just fire the rifle) three times in seven seconds, hitting that CD at least twice.


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. About Insurance  |  March 12, 2008 at 10:06 pm

    I too have had my issues with health insurance companies


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