Welcome to America!
The boy rescues a drowning person in the Pacific Ocean. He himself goes to the hospital, too, and is seen by a physician. Parents are billed. Well,
that's the way it is here. Crazy, huh?
Young man, might I suggest you start a new Boy Scout merit badge. Along with knot tying, you could enlighten many a young man regarding the ins and
outs of the American way of paying for medical care. Hell, if you can learn to decode my medical insurance plan, that could make you an Eagle
Yes, all the non-Americans here at ATS, our system is based on profit. That's why Bain Capital bought a medical flight company.
Romney’s trustee told the IRS that the trust would elect to begin receiving interest from a Bain Capital fund known as “Bain Capital Partners
(AM) X, LP.” Although the fund is not detailed further in the return, the AP has learned that the fund is a partnership that was set up in the
Cayman Islands, a foreign base that could allow U.S. investors to defer some of their future taxes under certain circumstances.
The fund is apparently tied to Bain Capital’s 2010 purchase of Air Medical Group Holdings, the largest independent U.S. provider of emergency air
medical services. The deal cost Bain an estimated $1 billion.
It used to be the only gold in the health care system was in teeth. Now it's in everything. And Bain's earnings go to the Cayman Islands, while my
neighbor goes to Mexico to save on dental work.