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Right-wing columnist struggling with insurance company evilness

April 24, 2006 2:07 PM

Cathy Seipp has cancer. She's getting screwed by Blue Cross of California. She writes for the National Review.

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Everybody thinks they have good, even great, health insurance until they really get sick and found out they don't and realize nobody has good insurance.

All part of America going down the tubes.

Mon Apr 24 2006 10:46 PM


The LATimes business section today has an article on Blue Cross screwing sick patients.,0,3135445.story?coll=la-home-business

"Blue Cross cancels any policies with inconsistencies even if errors were inadvertent, according to an employee deposition."

Wed Apr 26 2006 12:36 PM

Ron Galloway:

Here's to hoping Michael Moore nails the HMO's to the wall in his new film. Good of you to mention this.

Thu Apr 27 2006 7:39 PM

Tom from Madison:

The Katrina nightmare is full of insurance malfeasance as well. Insurance Reform subject doesn't seem to be on the Bush agenda--Yet another reason for regime change at home!

Fri Apr 28 2006 12:55 PM

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