Sean Hannity has been caught making stuff up about health care reform again. I love the comments and emails about how Fox News reports the truth. Take a look at the following and tell me how, exactly, is Hannity reporting the truth…

HANNITY: — artificial deadline — but the more people become aware of what’s in this thing, if we look at the provisions of the bill, it’s pretty astounding. For example, if you’re not — if you don’t have private insurance the year that this bill is passed, you can’t get that later on from your employer.

In fact, section 311 of the tri-committee House health care reform bill allows employers to meet coverage requirements by offering employees “coverage under a qualified health benefits plan (or under a current employment-based health plan (within the meaning of section 102(b))) in accordance with section 312.”

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2 Responses to “Sean Hannity Spreads Health Insurance Falsehood”

  1. We are getting closer to seeing what this final health care bill entails! I am tired of the media hype. Its time to start living the bill to see if it actually will lower our deficit and insure all the millions with out coverage.
    .-= Jeremy´s last blog ..Public Insurance Option Choices Being Developed =-.

  2. I agree Jeremy the media blow everything out of proportion and make it out like it’s going to destroy the country or make everything worse than what it is. From what i have seen of the bill the major people who will get a bad deal from this is the private health insurance companies but they get millions of dollars in profit and can deny people who need insurance with a feeble excuse.

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