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08-16-2019, 10:24 AM

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Originally Posted by 336Robin View Post
That's interesting. I wonder how many of them are paying for their own
insurance? Most of them probably have it through their employer who would gladly like
to stop paying for it. Shouldn't the burden of insurance be on the Insured?

I'll never forget one poster here who argued with me saying I pay for my own! When in
fact his employer paid the most of it. When your employer pays for it then the goods
and services they sell cost more to compensate for it. Isn't that a form of socialism? lol

We are being made to pay for your benefits? Why not have the Insured pay?

Perhaps people want the freedom to stick someone else with the bill!

Trump does that a lot. He still owes a bunch of cities up into the millions for his political rallies.

Yeah we need the right to screw people over and make them pay for our stuff, so we don't have to.
I agree with you about this. If you want insurance to be fixed by a free market...it has to be a free market. Right now it's not. The people receiving the benefit are not the people paying and in fact, the insured are the product, not the customer.


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