Forum: Liquid Lounge
[DELETE] I really feel that if you haven't experienced both sides of this HC debacle, you'll fail to understand dneesh New
Am I the only one who sees a dichotomy here?
I'm think that like car insurance, you are "required" (required is in quotes for brevity) to have a minimum insurance policy: ER and preventative, the details are TBD. All in all make it a less than totally appealing package, yet workable as an utter minimum.
THEN if you want a gussier package, complete with bells and whistles in addition to the "required' package, pay AETNA or whomever for the upgrade.
Think of it in terms of boating: you want to boat, we give you an old Protec, an RPM, a 150 CM paddle with a 90 degree feather, and the kind of vest worn by flatwater canoeists in the 60's.
You want a better boat, a Sweets helmet, a 197 CM paddle with 20 degree feather, and a good PFD, you pay for the upgrade.
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