Health care can be affordable WITHOUT having it controlled by the government.
They know this damn well.
So tired of this women’s health care meme. They talk as if women are more important than men.
“They know this damn well.”
‘They’ don’t know squat, except their narrow ideological view of the world. I’m so sick of hearing about ‘women’ and ‘people of color’ etc. etc. Fundamental principles are fundamental for all, not just for the favored politically correct groups. I have no prejudices like the ones that the left would claim most or all white males harbor. I believe in individuality, personal freedom, and personal responsibility. I believe that there are predators out there in the world who exploit those they can exploit, and that there is a legitimate role of government to put in place safeguards to prevent those predators from hurting those who are playing by the rules. That said, I also believe there are many predators in government, and that in fact, government attracts those predators (just look at how many governors and other elected officials have been convicted of abusing their offices - and this is probably just the tip of the iceberg).
Among those predators was John Edwards, and his histrionic presentations in court designed to win big settlements based on emotion and not truth let the author of this piece live at a very financially high level, while contributing to the increases in health care costs that are plaguing all of us - and that gave the left the opportunity to destroy the best medical system in the world.
This isn’t about ‘women’ or any specific group. This is about the right of every child who is born into this country to grow up with the opportunity to make their own way and to not be saddled with a huge national debt. This is about equality for all, irrespective of their gender or skin color.
The author is part of the problem, and is too ideologically blind to actually understand that or see it.
Women are more important than men. And ever so many of them know it.
Merchants and the Business Roundtable think so, too. That's why the men you see on TV, in sitcoms and rom-coms and advertisements, are idiots.
(Seen on TV: a show rating a small group of men competitively as diaper-changers.)