rarestia unironically states the Freeper mindset:
While I don’t have empirical evidence to support my claim, I don’t believe this to be true.Graybeard58 takes solace in the presumed ignorance of the masses
I believe a large per centage haven’t a clue about deductibles or copays.KeyLargo has had experience with the typical Obama voter:
This is standard practice for the typical Obama voter when required to obtain motor vehicle insurance as required by state law.SoFloFreeper is sure it's all lies ordered by Obama:
They obtain the insurance card by making the first minimum premium payment, then make no further payments and they then have an insurance cared in their hand to present to the police when stopped for a traffic offense.
Good for them, bad for you if they hit you with their vehicle.
They say what Der Fuhrer TELLS them to say.ThunderSleeps also thinks the insurance companies are being blackmailed:
Can't say I blame the big insurance companies. They don't want federal regulators and auditors putting them out of business... A definite, very real threat with this group of criminals running things.grumpygresh - insurance companies always lie.
Insurance companies are all about lying. Are they inflating their claims? Of course, and they are no doubt being encouraged by 0bama. Insurance companies need to say that patients have paid their premiums, otherwise providers will refuse to see the patients, because providers bear the risk for patients with unpaid premiums.Mechanicos will never believe any numbers ever:
There have been a lot of bogus numbers coming out the ministry of information lately. Global warming, Unemployment, Inflation, Economic growth, ‘Budget surplus,” Commiecare “enrollment,” Commiecare “payees,” etc.
All these creative numbers rely on an audience who cannot do math, nor understand economics, science and history.