‘Pray I can still see my doctors’: Patient
The Kudlow Report posted this on interview:
“I pray to God that I’ll be able to still see these doctors, because they saved my life,” said Jim Hoft, founder and publisher of thegatewaypundit.com.
Just three months after being treated for a life-threatening disease, Hoft learned that his health coverage is being canceled. He told CNBC’s “The Kudlow Report” on Thursday that it’s because the Affordable Care Act has prompted insurance carriers to leave the marketplace in Missouri, where he lives.
“Ezekiel Emanuel told us this—that all these companies were going to get out of the market and it was going to be taken over by the government. That’s what I’m finding out,” he said.
“The company I had, that actually paid over seven figures for the surgeries I had here in St. Louis, they’re pulling out of this market,” Hoft said. “So now I have to find a different company, and it looks like I only have two options.”
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And, once again, I’d like to thank Larry Kudlow for his very kind remarks.