Um duh! Low wage workers usually tend to be people of color and are therefore more likely to be predisposed to liking Obama over McCain. For those who are melanin impaired, it's easier to identify with someone who hasn't always had a silver spoon in their mouth. And after years at the bottom of the economic ladder, poor people realize that rarely does a change in presidents improve their individual lives. Nice of the WaPo to point out the glaringly obvious.
Another strike against the consumer. All in the name of progress. Wherever Orwell is, he's probably sitting in stunned amazement with mouth agape, bewildered by not only was his book off by several years, but it would cover areas he never thought about.
"Some insurers can make a decision in the same day, or right on the spot," Franzen said. "That's the real 'value-add.'"Obviously that decision will be no. There is a new world order and the have nots won't be eligible for it. The really sad part? There didn't used to be so many have nots. Isn't it wonderful how the Republicans and their Demowienie enablers have been able to cull the herd in such a short amount of time?
When an insurer makes an online query about an applicant, Ingenix or Milliman's servers scour the data and within minutes or less return reports to a central server at the company. The server aggregates the information going back as far as five years, including the drugs and dosages prescribed, dates filled and refilled, the therapeutic class and the name and address of the prescribing doctor.