Aislin Bates, 2, weighs just 22 pounds but her doctor says she is healthy
First a baby is denied bacause he's to big, now this girl is denied bacause she is too small, though healthy.
Another news story on HLN is about a man who's ins was dropped after his health bill topped a million $.Â He is in a wheelchair, on a ventulater and has muscular distrophy.Â Too lose his ins literaly means to lose his life.Â Â His ins company says he costs too much, $1 mil a year but they reported a yearly profit of over $400 mil a year.
Those who are trying to scare people from government health care say the government will limit coverage.Â Thats what ins companies do now.Â When I do searches for denied coverage on line I get all kinds of articles about just this sort of thing.
You have to be healthy to get ins, and if you get sick or injured you can lose your ins.Â What are we paying for if the ins companies don't need to fullfill their end of the bargain?