New Health Care for America Ad

Given the report today from Drew Altman, the President and CEO of the Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation that projects family insurance premiums at $24,180 by 2019, an increase of over $10,000 from the current $13,375, it is clear that comprehensive health care reform including a public option needs to be part of the health care bill.  If the insurance companies keep the public option out of play, then I would suggest a hefty excessive wage tax on all insurance company employees earning over $250,000 to pay for the extra premiums that their greed and shortsightedness will create for businesses and individual insurance purchasers alike.

One thought on “New Health Care for America Ad

  1. Super Id

    Isn’t a bit of a spurrious correlation to compare increases to health care premiums to increases in wages? After all, health care costs are increasing well above wage inflation.

    I would expect that health insurance premiums would rise as health care costs increase. The comparision between those two factors seems is more relevant.


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