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1 posted on 11/19/2006 12:43:45 PM PST by UnklGene
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To: UnklGene

Marshal Mobutu Sese Seko Health Care for all my friends! A lot of good it did him:-)


2 posted on 11/19/2006 12:54:39 PM PST by dgallo51 (DEMAND IMMEDIATE, OPEN INVESTIGATIONS OF U.S. COMPLICITY IN RWANDAN GENOCIDE!)
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To: UnklGene

What worries me is that this may be the model for "Hillary Care II".


3 posted on 11/19/2006 1:08:16 PM PST by reg45
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I like the current American form of healthcare. The individual provides for his own insurance, either directly or through his employer. If he gets insurance through his employer, but doesn't like it he/she can, A-choose a different insurance provider and pay for it themselves. B-choose a different employer who will provide them with a insurance provider more to their liking.

Now that insurance is taken care of, now comes their healthcare provider. Since they've chosen their insurance provider, in essence they've chosen their healthcare provider. If their insurance provider, who THEY have chosen, dictates their heathcare provider, and they don't like who they have chosen for them, they have one of 3 options. 1- Go to a healthcare provider of their choosing, and pay for it themself. 2-see A above. Or 3-See B above.

In the event that none of the aforementioned is affordable, go back to school and get a better education so they can get A-a job where the employer WILL provide them the insurance program they are deserving of. Or B-a job that will pay them more money so that they can pay for their own insurance.

If the idea of going back to school doesn't suit them. They can start their own business, and have that employer provide them with exactly the insurance plan that they want, choosing the exact heathcare provider they want.

Actually, as I think about it, this sounds pretty much like the way healthcare has been done in this country for the last...oh...500 or so years. Why is it NOW that we suddenly have a healthcare CRISIS?

4 posted on 11/19/2006 2:46:15 PM PST by mountn man (The pleasure you get from life, is equal to the attitude you put into it.)
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