Stolen property not accepted here
I recently got a check from the Golden Rule Insurance Company. It was a “refund” mandated by the ObamaCare law, the purpose of which is to drive private health insurance companies out of business so that eventually we will be forced to buy from the Government monopoly.
I sent it back.
I had purchased the policy for only a few months, way back in 2011, when my wife was laid off from her job.
Here’s my letter:
Mr. Patrick F. Carr, President
Golden Rule Insurance Company
712 Eleventh Street
Lawrenceville, IL 62439
Dear Mr. Carr,
I received your check in the amount of $103.14, apparently extorted from you on my behalf by the US Government. I refuse to accept it; I am returning the check.
I contracted with you to provide insurance coverage. I went to the market place and selected the policy offered by Golden Rule because it offered the best combination of coverage and price, in accordance with my needs. I kept my end of the bargain, and you kept yours, and that’s all there is to it.
This so-called “refund” is nothing short of organized theft, conducted on a massive scale by a lawless band of thieves known as Obamacrats. The very idea that I would share in their malfeasance by accepting stolen money is repugnant to me.
I am happy that you were able to cover your costs and hopefully make a profit. As long as you keep your promises, I hope you make a huge profit. Please be assured that I have done (and will continue to do) everything I can to protect all of us from this ongoing attack on our freedoms. I hope you can say the same.
C. Fletcher Armstrong, PhD
P.S.: If you happen to see any Obamacrats in the course of your day, please tell them for me that I’d thank them to keep their damn noses out of my business and their grubby hands off my health care.
Update, October 18, 2012
They sent the check back to me and said if I didn’t cash it, they would have to put it in some kind of government-run unclaimed property system. So, I accepted the cash and gave every penny of it to the Save America Before It’s Too Late fund, also known as the Mitt Romney for President campaign.
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