ou do understand that the very nature of “about the same” is subjective? You seem almost desperate to try and prove my statement wrong but you fail in the point that the context of my statement was to show there were not enough young/healthy people in the insurance pools to cover the cost of sickly people, that was the point, a point you are completely dodging.
You do understand that the very nature of “about the same” is subjective?
Louis Weeks
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Okay, last response because this is just unreasonable.

The number of uninsured young adults 18–25) fell 40% according to HHS statement I quoted. “About the same” may be subjective but a 40% difference would never be in a reasonable person’s definition.

And the point you say you were trying to make was not even hinted at in your post. I brought it up thinking that was what you were confused about. If someone else brings something up it is pretty disingenuous to say they are “dodging” the fact that THEY said because YOU did not.

And you accuse ME of being desperate to prove you wrong? Please.

Thank you for the conversation, and good bye.

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