vs women with cancer
You want to see what evil looks like?
One after another, shortly after a diagnosis
of breast cancer, each of the women learned that her
health insurance had been canceled. First there
was Yenny Hsu, who lived and worked in Los Angeles.
Later, Robin Beaton, a registered nurse from
Texas. And then, most recently, there was Patricia Relling,
a successful art gallery owner and interior designer
from Louisville, Kentucky.
None of the women knew about the others. But besides
their similar narratives, they had something else in common:
Their health insurance carriers were subsidiaries
of WellPoint, which has 33.7 million policyholders -- more than any
other health insurance company in the United
The women all paid their premiums on time. Before
they fell ill, none had any problems with their insurance.
Initially, they believed their policies had been
canceled by mistake.
They had no idea that WellPoint was using a computer
algorithm that automatically targeted them and every other
policyholder recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
The software triggered an immediate fraud investigation, as
the company searched for some pretext to drop
their policies, according to government regulators and investigators.
Think how different America would be if "people"
like the vulgar Pigboy and Glenn Beck and the
FOX News bastards went after the evil sons of
bitches instead of liberals, blacks and the poor?
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