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State PharmBy Kim Stagliano

We're excited to report the latest news from State Pharm insurance - like a good neighbor, they are eliminating all actuarial tables, all statistics, all facts on age, sex, health and will offer insurance to anyone, everyone

Yes, my fellow Americans - State Pharm now realizes that risk is simply an outdated concept.

You're 67, smoke three packs a day, have two stents and have already had one leg amputated because of diabetes? How's about $500,000 of term life insurance for just $256.00 a year, Bunky! Your premium will never go up and you're covered until 2099!  Plus, "Jake" will come make you hot coffee every day for a month, and make your bed!

You're 36 and parachute out of a 1924 bi-plane after three hours of wine tasting in Sonoma every weekend? Sign on the dotted line for $1,000,000 in term life for just $187.50! State Pharm will throw in a trucker cap, can cozie and a polar fleece blanket for those chilly winter nights as your special gift.

Nothing will go wrong. No one will get hurt. Everything in America is safe, and should not be questioned.

So hurry up and call your local agent NOW.   Call before November 1st and State Pharm will offer you a discounted ticket to Pamploma for the running of the bulls and one of their nifty red shirts. Hey, they ARE a good neighbor.

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We support Rob Schneider, who was terminated from the new and very funny and endearing State Farm insurance ads, reprising his "Copy Boy" character from SNL for having spoken up on the topic of healthcare choice as it relates to vaccines. When I first saw the ad I ran to the TV and smiled. Now? Well, there goes the neighborhood.... Here's a detailed report:

From NSNBC International - Hollywood actor Rob Schneider got first-hand experience about the fact that corporate capitalism is not democracy and that publicly raising concerns about vaccine safety and efficacy issues results in a swift lesson about the fact that freedom of speech is a right that is mitigated by the fact that one’s livelihood and income may be threatened by addressing issues of concern for a multi-billion dollar per year vaccine industry.

Freedom of Speech exists in these United States. That is, if one can afford Unemployment...  Read more


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Comments

Benedetta

-- And I suppose insurance companies are now wrapped up even tighter with the government now that we have all the new health care stuff.
They like vaccines are being subsidized.

Benedetta

Linda; that makes sense.

Linda1

Benedetta,
I know for a fact that the insurance cos. are rated by the federal government, the rating is crucial to their financial viability, and that the number of insured that are fully vaccinated is part of the rating. More vaccinated = higher rating by Uncle Sam = more business = more $$$ (and there could be some other perks and gold stars dolled out by Uncle Sam that I am not aware of for having the most vaccinated). At least that's the way it's supposed to work. Now whether they actually lose by step 4 is another story. But I don't think they get to choose whether they are going to go along with the scheme. It's laid out for them by our Pharma controlled government. Everyone goes along and no one gets hurt, except for the insured, the pawns in this game of health care roulette.

Laura Hayes

Jeannette,

I, too, have often asked why insurance companies don't act on the info that vaccine injuries are COSTLY to them. Here is a comment I submitted re. the State Farm incident:

Sad to see State Farm capitulate to Big Pharma bullies and their paid shills. How ironic that State Farm and all insurance agencies don't act on the fact that vaccine injuries cost them BILLIONS every single year. Ever wonder why that is? I sure do. I guess our BigPharma-sponsored government just allows them to factor those costs in, so all the fat cats at the top are happy.

Benedetta

Then it would be interesting to know how or if health insurance companies are connected to big pharma.
Things to consider - I had great insurance for years and years and years through my and my husband's work place -- You have great insurance if you have a large group of people backed by a company - with lots of finance and lawyers in the back ground. It is horrible insurance if it is individual stuff even if you are paying a lot more.

Yet, in spite of great insurance - the mental health part of it -always sucked.

And in spite of great insurance - paying specialist - nothing was really done for my family. I had a kid with myclonic jerks and grand mal seizures and yet - he had no epilespy. Really??? How much does those strobe lights and wires glued to the head test cost anyhow?

Here is something else to consider that might be a connection: Insurance companies really make their money on going to doctors and hospitals and making deals with them that there is only so much they can charge the company and the patient. So So I am safer having insurance even if it is individual cause the big guns have made a deal with my doctor that he can only charge 65 dollars for the visit. The doc has got to get me out of there in 15 minutes then regardless if I have my hand hanging on by just a vein.
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Hey; the insurance companies have made deal that they cannot be charged more than 10,000 dollar for a life saving helicopter flight from the local hospital to the University. hospital. If you do not have insurance you are out of luck and the whole deal can cost you 50,000.

So there is - lots of back room deals going on.

Angus Files

You may have heard the following story with Bernard Shaw but you might not have noticed its relevance to insurance. Here it goes, to refresh your memory.

In a party, Shaw asked a dazzling lady:

'Madam, I'm quite enchanted by your beauty. Would you be willing to spend one night with me if I offered one million dollars?'

After some initial hesitation the lady admitted that she couldn't resist the offer.

Then Shaw asked, 'How about one hundred dollar'?

The lady got very upset. 'What do you think about me?', she yelled. 'Do I look like as someone with so questionable morals?'

'Lady,' Mr. Shaw answered, 'I think, we have agreed upon that, and the only thing to clarify now is the price.'

MMR RIP

Jeannette Bishop

Re insurance being ok with all this vaccine injury, I put out a similar query here before and got a couple of good responses, though I still have trouble wrapping my head around how this works out:


Jeanette, insurance companies base premiums on 'average cost of care' for certain conditions and age groups. Since they take in exponentially more than they pay out, the higher the risk in a certain group (in this case, children) is advantageous to them. They collect more up-front on the entire group, and pay-outs are routinely, tightly controlled (via denials for certain circumstances.)
Pretty sick game, but highly profitable.

Posted by: Zed | January 25, 2013 at 07:10 PM

@Jeanette, perhaps there were more inpatient admissions because some of the undervaxed had health issues that precluded them being vaccinated at all, which could account for more inpatient admissions for seriously ill children who should never be vaxed? Just a supposition.

Posted by: Sue Morgan | January 25, 2013 at 05:31 PM

I can't figure out why insurance companies haven't demanded a lighter vaccine schedule. Do they make more on drug kickbacks than they lose on paying for all the vaccine side effects, or do the top execs invest heavily in pharma stocks and are happy to fund their investments with customer premiums, etc., or have they just not connected the dots despite having the data the public is not allowed to see?

Posted by: Jeannette Bishop | January 25, 2013 at 04:23 PM

Maurine Meleck

My new cat is named Jake from State farm-but now I can not use that and certainly not Jake from State Pharm-so I'll just call him Jake. Maybe I'll give him Rob for a middle name

Benedetta

I am so sorry this has happened to him.

I did worry for him when he was speaking out and knew the science so well.

Travolta would not even do it. I don't know if he was aware of the cause for Jett's health problems or not.

I think both of Jett's parents were well awar for years agothe mother did mention vaccines a few times and then went silent on the matter. --- And his mother did do detox on Jett after he had Kawasakis. Detox makes me wonder if she was not thinking mercury.

All the insurance companies for years has remained silent on the matter too. Years ago when the dial up mode was still with it's constant beeping connected me to a group of parents with vaccine injuried children - One mother said to tell our health insurance companies what happened and maybe they had enough clout to do something.

Nothing.

I often wondered why that is??????

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