The Health Insurance Racket

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Forward this video to your friends and watch all the videos at CIGNAs Edward Hanway spends his holidays in a $13 million beach house in New Jersey. Meanwhile, regular Americans are routinely denied coverage for the care they need when they need it most. Welcome to the American health insurance industry. Instead of helping policyholders attain the health security they need for their families, big insurance companies get rich by denying coverage to patients. Now theyre sending lobbyists to Washington, DC to twist the arms of lawmakers to oppose reform of the status quo. Why? Because the status quo pays. Learn more at about the glamorous lives of billionaire health insurance executives and tell us your story of being victimized by their greed.

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  1. august14jc says:

    need a heath care plane? go to ivegotcoverage. com/62812229 to get a quote!

  2. SoA990 says:

    If even capitalist Ireland can provide universal health care for it’s people, why can’t we? The nature of free-market health care encourages these practices because actually treating people means a loss of profit. I’ll never get health care in the current system because “high functioning” autism is a pre-existing condition that can’t be blamed on a poor lifestyle. The sooner we join the rest of the world in providing non-profit universal health care, the better.

  3. jjonathan360 says:

    @shaithis45 i couldnt agree more

  4. shaithis45 says:

    @jjonathan360 Howard Dean said it best. All they had to do was expand Medicare for all (i.e. up the premiums from our paychecks) and so long private healthcare. Instead the bill just seemed to keep supporting a corrupted industry that is highly biased based on risk and zip code you live in.

  5. shaithis45 says:

    @jjonathan360 perhpas if they were to make health insurance more of an investment opportinty where you get a set amount back for using the insurance left and become and individual partner in the system (i.e. stocks) while your basical policy covers you at 100% bor basic services and hospitalization. Though it was never about insurance it was address true medical costs and perhaps the industry should based rates on a sliding scale based on ones income keeping it affordable for all.

  6. jjonathan360 says:

    insurance is a SCAM! there are certin things in life that should be non profit…

  7. josephdupont says:

    Obamacare will not help. There are 47 other nations where they live longer than we do.

  8. fooschnikens says:

    As a soldier, I find it pretty amazing that Republicans are making such a fuss over being forced to purchase health insurance because it “infringes their freedom.” Why weren’t any of you raising a fuss when Bush announced that he was going to infringe on soldiers’ contracts by implementing his “stop loss” policy so he could wage his pointless war in Iraq? Why do you complain about costs associated with Obama’s plan but spending trillions in Iraq was acceptable? hypocrites

  9. mikecher123 says:

    SHAME SHAME SHAME THIS IS HAPPENING IN AMERICA the #1 country in the world??? My tuchas(tush)

  10. mikecher123 says:

    These Thiefs, will all go down the drain soon thanks to Obama, I wish all those cigna executives will die slow & painfully hahahahaha

  11. thomasjefferson4u says:

    The Republicans want to kill 45,000 people a year. They not only want to kill your Grandma, but your mother and sister and brother too…..or anyone else who the Big Insurance Death Panels decide to knock off when they get sick.

  12. thomasjefferson4u says:

    We have an infant mortality rate of about 630 babies per 100,000 per year. Evidently the Republicans want to kill 27,000 babies each year. They claim to be pro-life but they don’t care about the increasing number of newborns who die each year.

  13. yosoydame says:

    you guys gotta stop reading soooo late in the message, i had to read my own message to see what i said. i’m not gonna say anything on the topic. stay current!

  14. hadenufnow says:

    Just OPT OUT of anything

    Its poison..

    Nobody wants it…

  15. bardic68 says:

    Not at all. Both were great teachers. Not everyone is a Christian or a Buddhist, yet still respect the teachings of others.

  16. bardic68 says:

    I’m sure that the money you’d need for health care is probably paying for that “self-medication”. Do you smoke or vaporize that?

  17. hadenufnow says:

    We can all agree NOONE ever wanted blummercare….Never did never will…
    It be POISON…
    118 NEW structured HI PAID salaried bloated IRS STYLE buorcracies that get between you and your physician and serve to only interfere and skim all your premiums to exorbidency as they have no function in HC and only serve to self perpetuate themselves and bloat government…
    To cut medicare a HALF Trillion w/ bomacare and to throw your hands up and say if ur against it we’re done is pure dumb..

  18. kipptumor says:

    I have had enough now of the TROLL under the bridge here.

  19. kipptumor says:

    @iforgotmyscreenname1 At least those teabaggers don’t have to pay taxes for state run health care – they just have to pay premiums that will do nothing but go up – up – Up, and AWAY!!!!!! Unbridled greed has absolutely NO checks or balances. I would mention that they have no transparency, but they are so arrogant they don’t care. Entire call centers dedicated to denying benefits to PAYING MEMBERS!

  20. hadenufnow says:

    jes PAY for ME and my Byotches an all dem kids be poppin out Man wid all da paychecks and all to da man fo da HELF CAYA now man….it all be worf it man…all be worf it..

  21. noformstyle says:

    I pay about $1000 a month.

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  23. iforgotmyscreenname1 says:

    Am I the only one broke due to the fact that I pay so much for insurances?

    Every month, I felt like half of my paycheck goes to insurance companies. I pay $870 a month for health insurance. I pay $165 for life insurance. I pay $154 for home insurance. I pay $210 for car insurance. I pay $90 for flood insurance.

    I need to get into the Insurance Business.

    What’s next? Do we need Divorce Insurance too? I bet there is such a thing.

  24. hadenufnow says:

    Look chumps,,just start payin the blomadon fo da half caya NOW..I got a mess “o” byotches that I popped out tons “o” junkie babies wid that I spend my life in court denying cuz I need you to pay fo me now…so blomadon be fix my problems wid all yo money so git going wid da half caya NOW! chumps

  25. JohnCougarMellowChim says:

    That’s capitalism.

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