I couldn’t care less how the old system was viewed. It resulted in the best medical treatment in the history of the world.
If it was broke, then someone forgot to tell those who had hearts restored, cancer cured, limbs re-attached, and lives extended.
Anything that goes on the cheap with the doctors and researchers is something I don’t support.
Anything that advances better organization, management, efficiencies, etc., is something I would support. That isn’t ObamaCare, it isn’t single payer, it isn’t anything with any kind of death panel, and it isn’t anything dreamed up on the spur of the moment by a bunch of rinos so they have an alternative plan for political purposes.
See #32. Should have pinged you. Sorry.
I think maybe the difference in our opinions, has to do with government service.
I have been a private individual my entire life.
I am not covered by the government.
I believe that is the reason for our wide difference in views. I do not have a government program to protect me. That is why I am not pleased with the current system.
I believe this is the critical difference.
It is a critical difference.
Here ya go, a witness that plundering hospitals with mandates to provide free service is not really free as you seem to think it is, and is not ‘working’ even if you insist it is. #28
Believe it or not, you do really pay for it, hospital mandates are not Santa Claus.