Outrage, shmoutrage: This is what Dems wanted all along

Outrage, shmoutrage: This is what Dems wanted all along

The White House has issued a clarification. When the president said if you like your insurance plan you can keep it, what he meant was you can keep it if he likes it.

Hundreds of thousands of Americans who are getting policy cancellation notices this month can’t be as surprised as they pretend to be. President Obama made it clear at his 2010 health care summit what he thought of their taste in insurance.

“It’s the equivalent of Acme Insurance that I had for my car. . . . It’s basically not health insurance,” he explained. “It’s house insurance. . . .

“I’m buying that to protect me from some catastrophic situation; otherwise, I’m just paying out of pocket. I don’t go to the doctor. I don’t get preventive care. There are a whole bunch of things I just do without. But if I get hit by a truck, maybe I don’t go bankrupt.”

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