‚Äú*Some* of these insurance policy cancellations are for junk plans‚ÄĚ. ‚ÄúThese are insurance plans which do not live up to the high standard of Obamacare coverage‚ÄĚ.
Ergo, some of these insurance cancellations are good for the insured, the plan is better for them, and the policy deserves to be cancelled. (???)
Eric Cantor, and just about every politico who is faced with this question, failed, yet again, to accurately push back against this framework. A simple word would be the best response, ‚ÄúSo?‚ÄĚ
If the Obamacare plan is better for the consumer, then let the Obamacare plan be a choice for the consumer.
Put the Obamacare option on the table for the consumer to decide, but let the choice rest with the consumer.
The leftist ideologues present themselves as the party of ‚Äúpro-choice‚ÄĚ, so let their own ideology attack their own position.
If Obamacare is better then let it be available as a choice. If the health insurance consumer wants to change, they can. Why should a consumer be forced to lose that which they are comfortable with? That change should be their choice?