A commenter asked who the 46 million uninsured are. Fuzzy Health Care Math from NetRightNation tells us.
"In other words, some 31.85 million people reported as uninsured in 2006 did have some coverage, and the Census included them in both categories. Why? They were probably between jobs at some point during the year, which is not abnormal.
It therefore makes no sense to screw over the 285 million who already have coverage by completely reorganizing the entire system to offer welfare to some 13.6-15.05 million without it."
Hat tip: Blue Collar Muse