"debate over U.S. health care policy is that Medicare administrative costs are about 2 percent of claims costs, while private insurance companies' administrative costs are in the 20 to 25 percent range," says "Medicare's Hidden Administrative Costs: A Comparison of Medicare and the Private Sector," funded by the Council for Affordable Health Insurance, an advocacy group for many of the insurance companies
often held up in comparison."
The bolded part
doesn't bother you? The fact that this advocacy group is a special interest group for for-profit insurance companies
doesn't bias their opinion?
The points made about advertising and administration salaries are good, if true
. I guess I have to look at the study that quotes Medicare at 3-5%. We certainly know your mind is made up and I mistakenly trusted word around my office.
"Like your assertion that during the depression crops rotted in the field because no one wanted to work. That was false as well but like this current falsehood it supports your communist agenda of supreme control by the fed gov."
So the crops rotted in the fields because the farmers wanted them too? There was massive unemployment, yet...?
You know not what you speak of in this regard. I provide hyperlinks to facts, you provide your word. I win this one
. Let it go.
"Like I said before, I'm not labeling you. I am just stating the obvious in light of your support of totalitarianism."
I disagree with one position in access to healthcare and you take it that I'm a totalitarian across the board on every subject?Your ignorance doesn't support your assertions.