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reply to post by ChuckNasty
No, subsides are to go directly to the insurance companies, on that you are wrong, people are not getting a penny or checks, some may get credits.
And by the way the subsidies are still tax payers dollars no money that is made of thin air, the Obama administration gives the impression that giving away money on subsidies, expansion of Medicaid up to 90% for states that will expand is free for all, is still tax payer dollars and still will cause the mammoth Obamacare program to get costlier and that will fall on the tax payers regardless.
I still like my version best.
reply to post by proximo
Um, no. Nothing that costs money is a right, it just isn't.
reply to post by NightSkyeB4Dawn
You can't talk serious healthcare reform and leave the drug companies out of the mix.
The op is brilliant, it lays out the issue truthfully and a positive outlook of development and progress.
The scoffers have no positive view at all. No ideas of any useful contribution to a human problem, just the same old selfish canards that offer no solutions.
Though not perfect, ALL civilized countries in our world have solved the basic modern health care issue, and the only country that is behind is the US.
reply to post by iwilliam
Seeing a specialist is the ridiculous one. Those can sometimes take six months or more, from a referral. No joke.