Citing ObamaCare as the primary cause, an Ohio university is dropping their student health plan. The “Affordable Health Care Act” meant that the insurance rates were going to double. From $600 to $1200. Apparently in progressive math, when 2+2 = 5, then $1,200 is less than $600.
That isn’t what caught my attention, however. Notice how the following statement is constructed.
Students now will likely have to be covered through their parents’ policy, though Reuters reported that fewer than 2000 of the school’s 2,500 students had been buying insurance from the university.
Let me rephrase what Reuters just reported and what the Fox story said. Fewer than 4 out of 5, less than 80%, of the student population had been buying health insurance through the university. Or, over 75% of the university’s students had been buying insurance from the university. (Obviously, it could be just 1% (any number less than 80%) of the students on the university health plan, but for the sake of being reasonable we know that isn’t the case here or they would have reported that.)
Reuters is covering for ObamaCare. They carefully worded the statement to make it seem like not very many students were using this insurance, so it really isn’t that big of a deal for the university to be dropping it. In fact, a massively overwhelming majority of the students participated in the program.
Clever, but we in the new media see you, democrat media complex. We see you.