Skip to comments.Restaurant owner sells business to pay brain tumour surgery bill for his teenage waitress
Posted on 01/10/2014 4:45:07 PM PST by Innovative
Brittany Mathis can't afford the operation because she doesn't have health insurance, so her boss Michael De Beyer is selling his Texas eatery
Brittany Mathis, 19, was diagnosed with the small tumour in December but can't afford surgery to remove it because she doesn't have health insurance.
Manager and boss Michael De Beyer has offered to sell his Kaiserhof Restaurant in Montgomery, Texas, which he has run for 17 years, to help his employee out.
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I don't understand why she isn't applying/getting obamacare coverage, after all it is supposed to cover preexisting conditions and she would certainly qualify for subsidy.... /??
Once again, someone has to go out of his way to prove this world contains better men than me.
That seems a very nice thing to do, but the girl may privately wonder, does he expect anything else from me for accepting this ‘free’ gift? The Restaurant owner may not have fully thought about it himself, but wants to rescue a young damsel in distress.
Really? Where do you come up with taht thought?
Leftie media headline - Business owner closes business to keep from providing healthcare insurance for workers with brain tumors.
Really? Where do you come up with that thought?
Sad but true.
It looks like a father-daughter relationship to me.
Sometimes you have to act without considering the consequences.
The girl’s Mother and sister also work there.
She didn’t look very hard. There are plenty of doctors who and hospitals who would do it for free.
Some believe that every act of kindness has an ulterior motive.
I have discovered (late in life) that nothing, nothing is really free. Every bestowment comes with some kind of strings attatched or some expected action of the taker, in time, in attentiveness, in obedience, in unquestioned loyalty, something. Maybe even something benign, like a big, unmistakable show of gratitude from the receiver. Nothing wicked about it at all, but some people need a big dose of praise once in a while, and jump onto an opportunity to earn it.
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