This is an editorial piece, but it shows what other states are dealing with, as well. The costs aren't higher JUST for the states that "want the healthcare bill gone".<quoted text>
Great news, the state of Georgia has one of the highest costs in the nation when purchasing insurance thru the exchanges. Who do you "think" pays for the under insured and uninsured who get free health care before the Health Care bill, that's a question??? The health care bill needs work, but the MAJORTIY of American's want it fixed, that's a fact, look it up. Remember, the state of Georgia, it's legislature and its governor want the health care bill gone. Individual states set the rates, its not a nationalized plan like the idiot fringe claims. You have a state where the majority are against the plan, mainly because they don't understand how it really works. And that state has one of the highest plan costs. You think that's not by CHOICE, look it up boozo, you will see.
I'm curious. You defend the MAJORITY of Americans who want the law "fixed". What do you have to say about the MAJORITY of Americans who didn't want the law to begin with and STILL don't want it? Did you support them? Do you support them NOW?(Let's see how sincere you are in regard to the MAJORITY of Americans.)