Via the LateStageCapitalism subreddit.
Addendum: Here's the contrarian point of view, as expressed by one of the readers of this blog in his comment (some typos corrected):
"This is only slightly government related. It's actually representative of the lack of personal responsibility born by a society that feels government is their to bail them out. This was a century long effort from Marxists types, under the guise of progressives, to undermine America's individualistic pride and change personal determination to succeed from hard work to a lackluster lifestyle of pleasure funded off of others.And now I'll close the comment thread because I don't have the time to curate the shitstorm of replies this comment will probably engender.
Go Funders, you'll find, did not buy insurance as the responsible person did as soon as he/she fell off their parents policy. These same people went on vacations that others could not afford, bought cars, and did other things with their money instead of the responsible thing.
The government forcing insurers to cover pre-existing conditions is more encouragement toward lacking of responsible behavior."