Is it too early to look back at the bad old days when bureaucrats called “insurance agents” stood between you and a health insurance policy? Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) doesn’t think so; he’s looking forward to a bureaucrat-free future where the government handles your health insurance needs.
@RepTedDeutch The insurance company employee will probably seem a lot better than a government employee.
— Richard Steinberg (@SGAMBOCA) September 28, 2013
Don’t be like that! It’s gonna be great — like the bureau of motor vehicles, but you get to go when you’re sick. And plenty of people are already getting to enjoy saying goodbye to their insurance agents, as their insurance companies are dropping their policies because of Obamacare.
As long as we’re imagining life in a post-Obamacare bizzaro world, why not celebrate the new era of government-mandated personal responsibility?
Personal responsibility? Like requiring people to insure themselves so taxpayers don't pay for their ER visits? Right, that's Obamacare.
— Rep. Ted Deutch (@RepTedDeutch) September 28, 2013
.@RepTedDeutch Requiring your polite way to say Democrats unanimously voted to FORCE American population to buy something you don't have to.
— RJ (@rjames1928) September 28, 2013