The Achilles Heel of ObamaCare

The clock is ticking on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) among the 50 states.  Heavy pressure from the Obama administration is focused on convincing states to establish their own health insurance exchanges under the law, in order to gain some measure of state control over the operation of the exchange.  The exchange is the "front door" of ObamaCare.  It is designed to look like a marketplace, where folks can shop for health insurance from a group of approved insurers.  In reality, it is a carefully orchestrated faux market, where people will all buy the same federally approved product, albeit with different-colored wrapping paper. Let me make this unequivocally clear: the idea of states having any control over the operation of these exchanges is a fiction, adroitly peddled by those in line to gain handsomely from the exchanges themselves.  Any exchange set up by a state must provide all the same offerings, follow the same rules, and...(Read Full Article)