To: Bull Market
-—No one is going to refuse you at a hospital.-—
Until the hospital closes, because of bankruptsy.
-—People used to actually have savings accounts to pay for whatever else.-—
Until the charges cleaned them out.
This is a big issue that can’t be wished away. I have medical and dental care through where I work. It still cost an arm and a leg. :^) Many are not so fortunate, and it’s not just their misfortune. It’s ours. We pay higher premiums because so many are not covered. Then we pay higher taxes to pay for their care.
But, heh, maybe if we ignore it, it’ll go away!
posted on 01/06/2008 3:02:41 PM PST
(You know it. I know it. I'm optiMITTstic!)
Hello, did we not watch the debate last night. Fred called for more options where one should be able to buy their healthcare insurance from whoever the HELL they want.
I call that a BIG GIGANTIC SOLUTION...
posted on 01/06/2008 3:05:15 PM PST
(McCain..'HIS EGO IS WRITING CHECKS HIS BODY CAN'T CASH')
Just go to the emergency room and say: No Habla English, My chest hurts. Free medical :-)
posted on 01/06/2008 3:10:31 PM PST
“Until the hospital closes, because of bankruptsy.”
FUD used by libs to justify tax hikes.
“Until the charges cleaned them out.”
I’m not sure what you’re inferring, but that is dangerously close to playing with the class warfare garbage that Huckabee and god knows how many liberals play with.
posted on 01/06/2008 3:11:41 PM PST
by Bull Market
(Thompson/Paul 08 - Republicans, Libertarians, Independents MUST join forces to defeat Hitlery)
But, heh, maybe if we ignore it, itll go away!
You do realize this is the liberal argument for all liberal programs don't you?
If you oppose the liberal way, you hate children, you want people to go without healthcare,etc., blah, blah, blah.
There are some very good conservative "fixes" to the health care problems (brought on by too much government interfering in the first place.) You are NOT helping with this type of reply.
posted on 01/06/2008 3:12:01 PM PST
This is a big issue that cant be wished away. I have medical and dental care through where I work. It still cost an arm and a leg. :^) Many are not so fortunate, and its not just their misfortune. Its ours. We pay higher premiums because so many are not covered. Then we pay higher taxes to pay for their care.
And how would universal healthcare change that? What do you want the government to do about it. What's your plan?
posted on 01/06/2008 4:40:42 PM PST
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