And I said you're wrong.<quoted text> Hey dingleberry I said they can set up the exchanges but they don't have the power to make you buy insurance or tax you if you don't.
Based on your track record, I'm certain I'm right, because gas isn't $5, and the economy is doing just fine, thank you, and all your other predictions have been proven wrong!!
""Individual Mandate (ObamaCare Sec. 5000A(a), Pg. 126)
 Was upheld by the Supreme Court as a tax on June 28, 2012
 Requires that, beginning in 2014, nearly all Americans purchase ObamaCare-compliant insurance
plans or pay a heavy fine (see Fines below)(ObamaCare amend. to Sec. 5000A(c)(1) & (2), Pg. 791)
 Individuals who are forced to purchase insurance plans through State Exchanges (see below) in
order to be compliant with the Individual Mandate, in many cases, will be purchasing plans that
impose the Abortion Premium Mandate (see below)
 The Individual Mandate requires people to pay for what the HHS mandate covers (because the HHS
Mandate applies to all plans) and also requires all individuals in certain plans to pay the Abortion Premium
 ObamaCare requires states to set up “exchanges” by January 1, 2014 – government-operated health
insurance markets, if they want to receive federal subsidies (ObamaCare Sec. 1321 (b), Pg. 68)
 Families (of 4) who earn $92,000 or less will receive federal tax credits which subsidize their plan if
they purchase from a State Exchange (Reconciliation Act Sec. 1001(a), Pg. 3)
 States are therefore incentivized to create these approved exchanges or forgo receiving federal
subsidization for their citizen’s health care
 If a State does not establish an approved exchange, the federal government has the option of setting
up an exchange in that state which will most likely provide for abortion even in states where
abortion coverage is illegal.(ObamaCare Sec. 1321 (b) & (c), Pg. 68)
 ObamaCare sets as the default that State Exchanges will cover abortion even in states where
abortion coverage is illegal. It gives the State the option to pass a law to opt out of the coverage,
and it also details how that law can be terminated or repealed.(ObamaCare Sec. 1303 (a)(1) and (2), Pg. 779)
The individual mandate was upheld by the Supreme Court.
It doesn't matter who sets up the exchange.
You're looking for a loophole that doesn't exist.