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Health and Human Services reports that A) 50 percent of Americans have preexisting conditions and might not have health insurance, and B) 15 percent of Americans do not have health insurance. Is A correct (NO) or is B correct (YES)?

Asked by: bigdave
Health and Human Services reports that A) 50 percent of Americans have preexisting conditions and might not have health insurance, and B) 15 percent of Americans do not have health insurance. Is A correct (NO) or is B correct (YES)?
  • I has already been established

    Ad nauseum to this Poll person that both A and B are correct. However, being shot down by misquoting and misrepresenting his own source, he feels it necessary to find some handful of the uninformed to validate his disbelief. [Big Dave] why don't you do your own research and if you conclude the ACA is not for you, simply keep your present insurance, pay higher premiums, or pay out of pocket.

  • No. Only 15 percent is the answer

    Health and Human Services bent the numbers to serve the purpose of the President. Think about your own knowledge base. Are half the people you know unable to nut insurance? Of course not! The head of Health and Human Services must be removed from office for bending the numbers to suit the President's agenda.


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bigdave says2013-10-28T21:50:23.053
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 23, 2012

Contact: CMS Press Office
(202) 690-6145

Health reform law provides coverage for nearly 50,000 Americans with pre-existing conditions