I have made the argument (on more than one occasion) that if we insured our automobiles like we insure our bodies, we would have a plan that covered oil changes. Now by eliminating pre-existing conditions, it will be like insuring a used car that is already known to be a "lemon". And the person with pre-existing won't have to pay more. No, everyone will pay the same so there will be no incentive to be healthy.
Someone tell me how this will lower costs?