I don't dispute the numbers of people losing their healthcare - what I question is exactly what that indicates. The majority of those people were dropped because essentially it wasn't cost effective for the insurance companies to bring the plans those people were on up to the minimum standards set by the ACA. From what I've seen the 10 minimum standard guidelines are more or less reasonable, making me think that the plans those people were on were arguably substandard. You can disagree with that and of course that's fine; I'm just saying that the fact that people are being dropped by their carriers isn't necessarily bad. But that they can't log on to the friggin' website to sign up for a "better" plan, now that IS bad. Major FUBAR and some heads ought to roll over it.
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