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RE: helthcare - chrischris - 10-19-2009 04:35 PM
Not changing my mind.
RE: helthcare - Tuffy - 10-19-2009 05:09 PM
ROFLMAO, You asked for a chicken little, I sure hope you find humor in CC's little friend........I did LOL
RE: helthcare - Still in Limbo - 10-19-2009 05:29 PM
One Things for Sure Chris, Between You and Wink, You Keep Our Spirits Up!!!
RE: helthcare - Cycler - 10-19-2009 05:53 PM
not at all, and you were among the first I expected a content free response from.
I am a life long Republican btw and a small(er) Gov. advocate. All that has nothing to do with what is right and what is not.
RE: helthcare - Wink - 10-19-2009 06:03 PM
stiffnecked Wrote:Wink Wrote:stiffnecked Wrote:All I want is a free Blackberry with internet service. And a new Subaru WRX. I've got plenty of socks but some new Nikes would be nice too. And health insurance. I already have some but if everyone else is gonna get it for free I'd like more. I'm 100% covered but if I can legally screw the government out of more money why not?
RE: helthcare - Wink - 10-19-2009 07:49 PM
chrischris Wrote:And from behind those closed door sessions, a Republican may not apply.chris,
I wonder what ever happened to Obama's "transparency" vow?
RE: helthcare - Wink - 10-19-2009 07:51 PM
chrischris Wrote:For Cycler:
RE: helthcare - jayne - 10-19-2009 07:55 PM
oh and if you question him or his administration he has a mantrum
RE: helthcare - Wink - 10-19-2009 08:09 PM
chrischris Wrote:I don't like the idea of the government taking over healthcare. I do believe they need to help fix the problems of healthcare by regulating the insurance companies.
You're right about that, chris. Obama and Company are not interested in doing that though. I believe what they have in mind is to eventually run the insurance industry into the ground. The people will have no choice but to depend on them if and when that occurs.
RE: helthcare - Cycler - 10-19-2009 08:20 PM
Of course some might argue that it would not be such a bad thing since such a hefty percentage of health care expenditure is gobbled up by the very act of denying care by the healthcare industry infrastructure let alone outsized salaries of Insurance execs and all that BEFORE the shareholders get their cut.
Please keep in mind that USA healthcare is already heavily rationed and restricted and ,by some measures, to a far greater extend than Canada and European countries where there may be a wait but you still CAN get it. Here, once the insurance company denies service, testing , meds or surgery you aren't EVER going to get it.
Health care is also rationed in that the ranks of the uninsured, growing alarmingly, have no access; the ultimate in rationing.
So, from you anti-reformers, As long as you got yours everything is ok, right ? Until maybe when you don't got yours....
I believe the GAO's estimate was some 10 billion in savings over some 20 years by taking the profit oriented health care industry out of it and spend the money where it may do some good - sick people.
Wow, what a concept.............