posted on Jun, 28 2017 @ 11:44 AM
a reply to: allsee4eye
The best way to make sure that everyone who needs it, gets it, is to ensure that everyone pays for it by taxation.
Oh, and by the way, before some utter piece of scum decides to roll out the standard "I AIN'T NEVER BEEN SICK A DAY IN MAAAAAH LIFE" nonsense, let me
first suggest that until their lives are actually over, and they are dead, they have no idea what they are going to need in terms of medical
assistance before they eventually die. It does not matter whether you have used the service yet, the idea is the same as having insurance. If you need
it, you can use it. If you do not need it, you still get access to it for your loved ones, for your children, for your uncle, aunt, your mother or
father, and no one can be turned away or left to die by such a system.
The only thing is, there are an awful lot of morally degenerate filth, who argue against removing private insurers from the market place, or at
least, making them secondary to a state funded, taxation paid healthcare. Unfortunately, it takes a really top class bunch of scumbags to consistently
prevent a system like that from coming about, and that is exactly what American Republicanism is all about, if the last election, not to mention the
"greed is good" BS I have heard around here since Trump won, is anything to go by.
Personally, I wish there was something I could do for the reasonable half of American society, but I hope the rest of you get diseases so costly they
destroy you financially...just so you know what you were voting for, every time you turned down a PROPER healthcare system.
edit on 28-6-2017
by TrueBrit because: grammatical improvement