Good. Here’s part of Governor Walker’s explaination.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) gives states three options in building health insurance exchanges: an exchange built and managed by an individual state subject to federal mandate; a partnership plan requiring the state to perform functions on behalf of the federal government; or a federal exchange developed by the federal government. While the three options differ in who initially builds and operates the exchange, all three options are identical in that they are governed and controlled by federal policy. No matter which option is chosen, Wisconsin taxpayers will not have meaningful control over the health care policies and services sold to Wisconsin residents. If the state option is chosen; however, Wisconsinites face risk from a federal mandate lacking long-term guaranteed funding.
And Minnesota’s will cost $54 mil+...per year.
I’d say he made the right decision just based on the timeline alone. Getting a government website up and secure in 11 months? Excuse me while I roll on the floor laughing! It’d be tough for private business to get something like that done, but with government internal red tape it’d take the 11 months just to get the requirements statement done.
This should be a dream come true for liberals. Who could do a better job running Obama care than Obama?
Anything walker set up would be bad.
I guess I say good too. His tea party stupidity may lead to single payer sooner! http://crooksandliars.com/karoli/gop-governors-unwittingly-move-us-toward-si
Gee, Dave you’re responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of my car, but you have no say so as to when it’s worked on, waxed, who drives it, how it’s driven or when/if the oil changed.
Kind of a no-brainer (Dave excluded).
Whys thank you bajaskier. Please pass the tea.
Other than being critical, you didn’t come-up with a logical counter explanation…not that I expected one.