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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

I predict Illinois will opt to run its own Obamacare Insurance exchange


Only 15-states have opted in so far, but I believe that the Illinois politicians will find this an irresistible new frontier for graft and corruption.


3 comments:

THE FISHING MUSICIAN said...

What could possibly go wrong? Ha!

Pumice said...

Nice. Graft and corruption becomes the silver lining. That might be related to Adam Smith and the invisible hand that uses greed to benefit everyone.

Grace and Peace.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe that CNBC is actually speaking truth about this can of worms. The cost is incredible. We'd be better off just giving everyone in the country $20,000 and tell them to go buy their own policy with it...

Oh, that sounds like an evil voucher system as proposed by the greedy Republicans :-(