How can you say you would back the insurance companies for pre existing conditions?

How can you actually say that???? I work and pay my fair taxes and pay out 70 a week for my health care??? And if I had to start a new job the insurance company can refuse me if i have a pre exhisting condition??? I am a registered Independant but this will make me vote Democrat this time around.

Asked By: tassie - 4/15/2012
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Can you help me understand something - You pay 70 a week for your health care or for your health insurance? That is two different things. My guess is you meant "health insurance... More
Answered By: Zarnev - 4/15/2012
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Tassie, Are you sick now? If not, why would you pay $70 a week for insurance? Just wait until you're sick then buy the insurance because the insurer can't exclude preexisting conditions. Why am I paying for my health insurance? What is the point of anybody buying insurance when they know they can just sign up after... More
Answered By: Tom Z - 4/15/2012
Dude... More
Answered By: mbrcatz - 4/15/2012
So, you want people to have an incentive to NOT have health insurance so that more costs fall on the shoulders of far fewer people? People that continually have health insurance (and thus are not part of the problem) so have more rights to avoid pre-existing conditions than those that wish a free ride.
Answered By: Insurance - 4/15/2012
Each insurance company has its own period through which pre-existing . like, if the person had a heart attack 10 years back but if he taking medications currently for it, the condition would be considered existing even today and would not be covered.
Answered By: Missold - 4/16/2012
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