Hillary Clinton Super Excited To Pitch A New Paradigm For Insurance Because Of Hotcoldwetdry

She couldn’t have an ulterior motive, could she? Oh, and she also took a long, fossil fueled flight to the fossil fuels nation of Dubai

Hillary Clinton at COP28 climate talks calls for insurance reform

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on Sunday for reform of the insurance sector, where companies are increasingly withdrawing assistance against climate shocks.

Lower-income countries and workers in nations most affected by climate change are struggling to access insurance to help protect them from economic shocks.

“We need to rethink the insurance industry,” Clinton said during a panel on women and climate resiliency. “Insurance companies are pulling out of so many places. They’re not insuring homes. They’re not insuring businesses.” (snip)

During Sunday’s discussion, Clinton recalled meeting Indian women who described working outdoors in construction, farming or desert salt flats, forced to work in “almost unbearable conditions” because they had no economic alternatives.

But “as the climate changes, as storms increase and drought and heat increase,” she said, “it’s not just … poor, hard-working women in India. It’s people everywhere who are going to be left out with no backup, no insurance for their business or their home.”

So, what’s the solution, Hillary? Insurance, be it home, auto, health, boat, etc, is already heavily regulated by government in most 1st World nations. Many of them offer government health care, and do not allow private insurance. So, what now? Will the government start offering government insurance for homes and autos? Auto insurance is already up 25% since COVID started, and, since Biden and other Democrats are trying to force everyone (else) into EVs, well, they add another 25%. At this point. A big problem in a state like Florida is that it has always been a high risk state for storm damage, and the price of homes and building supplies has skyrocketed. Combine that with aging buildings that are constantly exposed to salty air and a high saltwater water table throughout much of the state, and the fear mongering over climate doom, and it all ads up.

So, how well will it work when Government is running your home, auto, boat, etc insurance? Will they allow any private insurance, like those which protect your appliances?

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12 Responses to “Hillary Clinton Super Excited To Pitch A New Paradigm For Insurance Because Of Hotcoldwetdry”

  1. H says:

    According to the instructions information Institute the average cost of an auto insurance policy decreased 1% last year

    I blame Biden for this decrease

  2. MrLiberty says:

    If insurance hadn’t gotten into bed with greedy state and local governments to provide insurance in high risk areas (or via government-run, taxpayer subsidized flood insurance programs), and had instead priced risk appropriately, we would have far less risk, far more resilient buildings, and far lower costs overall. Socialism is NEVER the solution.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    Does anyone really pay attention to Cankles and her grift machine anymore?

  4. Professor Hale says:

    On a related note, car insurance prices have gone up dramatically. 30-50% in the last 2 years. Some insurance sources are saying it is because of all the uninsured motorists now. Just like with health insurance. When you add people who don’t pay to the pool, the people who do pay, pay a lot more. The illegal aliens are the ones who don’t buy insurance and there are a LOT of them because of Biden administration policies.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Can you support your claim that auto insurance inflation results from uninsured, undocumented migrants?


      • Professor Hale says:

        I have no interest in saying anything to you at all on any topic. I thought this was clear by now. Have a nice day.

        • Elwood P. Dowd says:

          Fair enough. We’ll take that as a “No, I cannot support my claim.” Thanks for your honesty.

          You never have to answer my questions, but I will continue to question your statements .

          https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_yes.gifHave a nice day!

  5. Mad Celt says:

    Once more urging government to over reach into areas it has no authority. This is how our rights were eroded, government intrusion beyond its enumerated powers. Clinton is a danger in every way possible and,I am afraid, only the effects of old age will save us from her.

  6. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Insurance is where masses pool small amounts of funds (relative to the damage cost) to pay for expensive, if not catastrophic, events (fires, floods, wind damage, blizzards, cancer, heart attacks, liabilities, accidents etc). If you have friends or family in the business you realize insurance has always been a money-making machine.

    Private insurers are withdrawing from some markets leaving few or no insurers. In the states, rich folks can absorb the losses or move. Poor folks often can do neither, which is also the condition found in many developing countries. It’s a problem.

    Mr Teach asks the right question of Secretary Clinton: What needs to be done?

  7. Wylie1 says:

    I have no idea what Hillary’s up to this time but we all know that bribery, a shakedown, and corruption are involved.

  8. david7134 says:

    If the Clintons are getting involved in the climate hoax, it means they have figured out a money angle.

  9. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Do nuCons really believe that Secretary Clinton is more dishonest, craven and avaricious than Donald Trump????

    It’s telling there’s little discussion other than about your obsession with her.

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