In order to promote the Democrats’ Universal Single Payer Government-Run Healthcare agenda, CNN ran a sob story about 27 year old Millennials aging out of their parents’ healthcare plans. Also, those horrible Republicans cut funding to the Democrat-Special Interest Groups that made bank “guiding” people to insurance policies. These poor little children had to figure out their insurance needs all by themselves.
Moniot was preparing to buy an insurance policy of her own, knowing she would age out of her parents’ plan when she turned 26 in October. She asked her parents for help and advice. But they, too, ran into trouble trying to decipher which policy would work best for their daughter. The family had relied on her father’s employer-sponsored plan through his work as an architect for years, so no one had spent much time sifting through policies.
“This is hard! Why can’t the Government fund someone else to do this for me?” – The battle cry of the participation trophy generation.
By age 26, I had been on my own for seven years. I owned my own pick-up, and I had moved 2,300 miles from where I grew up. On my own. It proved to be a terrible mistake, but it was my mistake. I wasn’t insured, but somehow I survived.
26 was also the average age of a World War II combat soldier. In Vietnam, it was 22.
What does it matter, everyone is going to die when “Net Neutrality” ends anyway.