Forum: Liquid Lounge
What I'm talking about is being insured vs uninsured for HC....on the inside of the HC business vs on the outside....making good money vs pay check to pay check....living in a big city full of corporations vs small towns with mom & pop businesses....2 income families vs 1 income....working for the man who gives you all the benefits vs one who can't afford to.
Unless you have used it, lived it, dealt with it, experienced it with eyes wide open...can you really sit back and state we are fine just the way we are?
How many people here on BT have lived on both sides?
Are there HC workers on here who can sit back and say change is not needed based on what you've seen?
You can spew your partisan ideologies all you want, but does that address the issue?
Does it really boil down to Ideologies when people out there are living poorly or dying because of lack of decent healthcare?
Ya'll need to break out of your fucking Bubbles and live a real life.......
I pay $400 dollars a month for health insurance and have been missing a back molar for years. SirFlipsALot New
yeah if you don't think American HC is FU, have a close look at a hospital bill sometime. <NT> GCA_Steve New
... and don't forget the stable of racing and luxury automobiles, and the horses, and the vacation homes ... GCA_Steve New
i betcha most of 'em can't say the hypocratic oath and the pledge of allegiance in one breath decker New
I'd like to see the private for profit companies out of it, and the government providing regulated HC for ALL. Gnar_Star New
lost nuc weapons, found weapons, didn't want them back; billions lost in pentagon financial practices,... rroberts New
well then why do i have to pay for "UNINSURED MOTORISTS" as part of all three of our auto policies? decker New
i understand... but are you trying to tell me everyone driving a car down the road in Ohio RFN is insured? decker New
ps. if you did get dropped from Aetna, you might lose your ability to make an appt with... rroberts New
with your logic, the rich get good health care, education and a pension, the rest of us get zilch. no thanks Gnar_Star New
"quality health care for everyone without regard to ability to pay."....that's the issue that will defeat any reforms... tomcat New
I already have a "minimum" health care plan & cant afford more. Govt full (not minimum) health care coverage needed Gnar_Star New
then you don't get more. The trick is to make the required minimum "reasonable" to keep you healthy. <NT> rroberts New
BUT....because I have health insurance (which btw costs me nothing), I went to Birmingham last April for my knee surgery dneesh New
Agreed - but - here's the real question America has to answer: Is Health Care a commodity or a public service? DangerJudy New