Aetna Rejects Obama’s Fix for Canceled Health Care Plans
Fox News has learned that Aetna has rejected President Barack Obama’s fix for canceled health care plans.
About a month ago, Obama pressed America’s insurance companies to reinstate millions of canceled plans.
“This just shows how powerless this administration is to fix the train wreck that they set in motion,” Marc Thiessen, former speech writer for President George W. Bush, said. “The president’s fix is no fix, he didn’t have the power to enforce it.”
Thiessen says roughly 1.2 million people have signed up for health care through the exchange sites and Medicaid, but more than 5.9 million Americans have lost their plans.
Aetna has about 50.5 million customers.