Recode’s Adam Carolla: ‘I would love to see a full-blown crisis of insurance’

A decade ago, when I first started my podcast, I would have probably gone in with the assumption that the insurance crisis was pretty minor and that I was going to live a life that was relatively normal.

I had no idea that the average American was losing their home or car or their savings.

I never thought about the insurance industry as anything but a business.

But I’m glad to say that things are changing.

I think the insurance company is starting to wake up to what they were going to do.

They’re seeing a lot of bad decisions being made.

And there are a lot more stories of people who are actually losing their homes and losing their savings than people who think they’re going to be able to keep them.

And that’s a very different problem from people who have never been in this situation, because there are always going to have insurance companies that are going to take advantage of you.

There are always people going to make decisions that are unfair.

There will always be people that will take advantage.

But, there’s also a lot happening with the government.

The insurance companies are beginning to realize that they need to have some teeth in order to actually get a good deal out of the market.

And, for the first time in history, they are beginning a conversation about this.

And I think that’s where we are right now.

The other thing is that there’s a growing amount of public support for making the health insurance system better.

A lot of the public has been really vocal about what they want in the health care system.

They want to make sure that people have the kind of access to care that they have in other countries, they want to have the ability to choose their own doctors and their own medications, and they want the ability for them to have that kind of health care when they want it.

And for a long time, the health system has not been able to meet these expectations.

And now, that’s changing.

We’ve had the first national conversation about health care reform, and it’s really a huge change.

It’s about more transparency.

It is about better communication.

It will make health care better for everyone.

And it’s about making the system more responsive to the needs of the people who live here.

I am really excited about that.

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