New Blue Cross CEO says reality isn't real


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As reported late last week, by Raleigh’s News & Observer, Blue Cross Blue Shield asked Senate Majority Leader Tony Rand to change the language (as a "technical correction") of an already-passed law that would have lowered the enormous costs paid by the state for prison inmate medical care. The N&O offered documentation of BCBS’s underhanded doings, in the form of an e-mail from BCBS lobbyist Mark Fleming to a member of Rand’s staff, which read “I talked to Senator Rand about the prisoner issue and he said to get him language immediately for technical correction bill.”

Now, according to the NC Policy Watch website, the insurance company’s new CEO, Brad Wilson, says BCBS did not request the change — despite having proof of his company’s duplicity staring him in the face. Wilson also denied having been in the cookie jar, and that the crumbs on his tie were just a coincidence, then went on to state his belief that the sky is not blue, and that the Pope is Lutheran.


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