[[ Anne Packham, one of many people licensed by the state to help people navigate the government's website, said on Tuesday that the credit check occurs so providers can make an educated decision about who to insure. ]]
Was not one of the reasons for "universal health care" to "insure the uninsured", many of whom are poor, with low or no incomes?
Isn't it common to find that those who are poor, with low or no incomes, often have poor credit ratings as well, because they don't have money with which to establish "good credit", or with which to pay their bills on time?
If these poor folks, the unemployed, the homeless, etc., try to apply for "guaranteed health insurance" via ObamaCare, they'll face abnormally high premium rates because of their poor or nonexistant credit ratings?
And, because they do have low or no income, they may forego purchasing health insurance, because they can't afford the high rates?
How does this increase the ranks of the insured?