Look out, more trouble with Obamacare: It appears when Obama said "If you like your plan, you can keep it," he wasn't telling the whole truth
. As the press reported this week, if your plan doesn't meet minimum standards of coverage, and if it isn't "grandfathered" or lost that status by changing its terms, then you will indeed lose that plan
and have to get another one.
It seems odd to us that this would bother anyone because, in our experience, people don't love their plans so much as having a plan -- hence the big push toward universal insurance -- and would benefit from moving to an alternative that included such niceties as hospitalization coverage.
But apparently there are a lot of people out there who love their bandaid-and-a-bucket-of-leeches plans, and are outraged that they have to trade them in for something that meets ACA standards. For rightbloggers, this was the End of Obamacare Redux Part Infinity.