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Mirror To Our Soul, Massachusetts

As I have mentioned in several blog entries in the past, if we want to know what the future holds for ObamaCare, simply look to Massachusetts for answers, ObamaCare copied the health insurance plan Massachusetts has.

Due to the increasing premiums in Massachusetts, small employers are dropping their medical insurance plans and relying on the state’s health plan to insure their employees. One local broker said that since April about 90 of his small group clients have dropped their health insurance. And why not? When it’s a lot less expensive to pay a fine to the state instead of insuring their employees as they are required to do, you pay the fine, it’s just business as they say. When given the option of keeping the doors open or being forced out of business thanks to mandates imposed on them by the state, open doors win out every time.

There are no surprises here. This has been the plan from day one. Force as many folks as you can on government health insurance plans, while at the same time put as many medical insurance companies out of business as possible, then push for a single payer system when premiums are so high that no one can afford coverage.

Michael Higgins


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Michael Higgins

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July 25th, 2010

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