Click here for the article in the Wall Street Journal.
Personally, I think this is a victory.
WHAT?! The Obamatons say.
Chill, let me explain.
The parts of the bill requiring health insurance companies to cover everybody, regardless of pre-existing conditions, still stand.
And the shittiest part-- forcing people to buy private insurance, the one part that the INSURANCE COMPANIES liked best, is facing the axe.
This kind of reminds me of the time that republicans accidentally banned straight marriage.
Victory! (for now).
And to all the Obamatons who think that this past Healthcare bill was the best idea ever, listen up:
Mandating insurance for health is different than mandating insurance for driving a car.
Anybody can choose to not drive and still go about their business.
Health Insurance, through this bill, is a requirement of being alive.
And there's only one way to choose to stop being alive-- and it makes it really difficult to go about your day. (I'm talking about suicide folks).