Liar, if your higher middle class then you had insurance to get whatever ailed you at the time. Your 1st staement shows this is BS post pay 300$ a month but then next year it goes down to 375$ this new math is killing me
Pre-existing condition...means you can not get insurance for a condition because the insurance company considers you a risk...happens VERY often if you had the condition prior to turning 18 or you change jobs and with it insurance companies and you've ever had a single symptom of the condition before. There are programs available for children. A $300 payment for one covered married person is more expensive than $375 for both married people.
While you quibble over math, I laugh at your ability to read and count. And if you get your ignorant way, I'll be more compassionate to you when your insurance company removes you from their care because cancer is too expensive to treat...they do that too for MANY forms of cancer....heart disease and diabetes too.
Seems stupid to me...give a person treatment and they keep working as productive citizens adding to the tax base. Let a person become so sick they can no longer work and have gone through all their money for medical care....they end up on food stamps, in public housing and Medicaid...then YOU do pay for them.
HAVE IT YOUR WAY GREAT THINKER!!