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...and even insurance companies got in on the act. US health insurers sued the government for denying their claims—apparently failing to see any irony—saying that they are owed $12 billion for losses in connection to Obamacare's "risk corridors."

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  • I couldn't help chortling in court today when the attorney for a bunch of US health insurers complained that there was nothing more pernicious than an insurance program that won't pay what's promised. HA! Americans would have had a good laugh if cameras were allowed in the courtroom. But they are not

    I couldn't help chortling in court today when the attorney for a bunch of US health insurers complained that there was nothing more pernicious than an insurance program that won't pay what's promised. HA! Americans would have had a good laugh if cameras were allowed in the courtroom. But they are not so few got a chance to see insurers fighting the US government for allegedly promised funds and experiencing what the insured feel when dealing with health institutions.