Originally posted by tommy_boy
Now all we gotta do is figure out how to do it
Let's face it: There's plenty of wealth to be gained as a health insurer, but tempering the greed also means we can take care of people and still
make a buck.
What do you think?
What I think, tommy_boy, is that you are to be commended, again, for your egalitarian thinking. I like how you approach from a win-win standpoint.
No matter WTF happens life, don't lose that, ok?
I once had -- and still do have -- such a win-win approach in life, but now, with the sheer level of experience in life as I know it, there's a
snowball's chance in hell that anyone, no matter who they are, CANNOT set up any sort of insurance company that could operate on a win/win scenario.
The system is totally jacked and f***d. The good guys lose out; the bad guys win and laugh their asses off to the banks.
The ONLY way that anyone can set up an insurance company along the lines of what tommy_boy has been thinking is to have these two things happen:
1) The total ending of the Federal Reserve, the elimination of the Federal Reserve notes and the replacement of the same with a new monetary system
that is not privately-owned; and,
2) The wholesale elimination of the entire system of "laws" that govern the United Slaves of America and replacement of the current color-of-law
system of laws with the system of Substantial Laws, the ones that are based on the Organic Constitution and the Common Law. ALL insurance corporation
charters exists under the aegis of the color-of-law system that currently governs the United Slaves of America, so, in order to set up an insurance
company along the lines of tommy_boy's nice vision, it would have to be set up under the Organic Constitutional Laws/Common Laws -- and those Laws
are inactive and completely smothered over by the currently-dominant color-of-law system.
So, if those two conditions happen, then, yes, one can go ahead and set up such an insurance corporation.
And what are the likelihoods of those two conditions happening? Unlikely. I do see the Fed failing completely by the end of this year, but I don't
think that the color-of-law system would be eliminated with the Fed. And that sucks.