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Permanente problems

I had to reapply for Kaiser Permanente insurance when I moved back to Colorado from California in November 2009, even though I'd been a member in California for 2½ years, and a member in Colorado before that. Surely I'm in Kaiser's databases — and they claim to be on health-care technology's cutting edge — and yet I had to fill out the 20-page application again! All those poorly worded questions trying to trick me into spilling out a pre-existing condition. And for what? So they could approve me, give me a quote, and then raise my premium without notification in January 2010.

Insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies, like their credit-card company brethren, abuse American citizens. We need a public option to provide competition to these lying, swindling, murderous companies. President Obama and Congress want to compromise with them. I'd be clapping and cheering if our government forced these companies out of business. What would happen to their employees and their families? They would have to seek more life-affirming work.

Give Americans the choice of a public option, and hold insurance companies to the same anti-trust laws as other companies.

— Christopher Jenner

Denver

Really?!?!?! Don't you realize its because of your favored government regulations that Kaiser is not allowed (read that again to be sure you understand) not allowed to have your policy be transferred or be portable from state to state. That, my friend if allowed, would be true health reform.

If you want more solid advice, check my blog www.health-insurance-colorado.org

Mark Sorrentino

Posted by asymmetrical balance on 01/14/2010 at 11:06 AM

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