CoveredCalifornia would like young people to drop it like it’s hot. Wait, wha…? « Hot Air: "I must say, I find the usage of “drop it like it’s hot” to be a bit of an eyebrow-raiser. I know it’s just supposed to be an earwormy spoof, but the possibilities for adverse interpretation here are endless. “Drop your entire budget on expensive premiums designed to pay for the program’s redistributive nature, like it’s hot.” “Get dropped from your insurance plan, like it’s hot, because it didn’t include all of the extra ‘benefits’ we decided you needed and wasn’t expensive enough.” And so forth."
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