Cigna, based in Claymont, as well as some of its domestic competitors, such as Aetna — argue it’s unfair to require insurance companies to spend at least 80 cents of every premium dollar on actual health care, rather than marketing expenses, commissions or profits.

Crying because they’re required to spend 80 cents of every dollar on health care? And they’re an insurance company?

And these are the guys arguing against national healthcare, where close to 95 cents of every dollar is spent on health care?

Is is any wonder that as long as private companies treat insurance a cash cow solely to enrich themselves……. we will have problems taking care of our bodies for as long as they allow us to live?