Private hc will kill granny

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    PRIVATE HC WILL KILL GRANNY
    and let your unborn die.

    Private health care will not give your granny health coverage and if they did not have government run Medicare they would die. And private HC kills your babies. I just heard a horror story. A woman needed medication to prevent a second mis-carriage and her private HC would not cover it and she could not afford the out-of-pocket cost and she lost a second baby.

    How do you bring down the cost of private HC and provide quality medical care and still make a profit?
    If private HC is regulated to bring down cost, who will do the regulating? Government?

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    If left alone in will double in price in ten years just like it did that last ten years.



    Not fixing health care makes it impossible for the US to compete in a global market.
     
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    "During the past ten years, the number of children who are long-term uninsured has declined by 37 percent.

    In 2006, 31 million people, or 11 percent of the U.S. population, were long-term uninsured. This reflects an 11 percent increase over the past ten years, though the change varied widely among the different age groups. The number of long-term uninsured children declined by more than a third, while the number of working-age adults who are long-term uninsured increased by one-quarter.

    Of the 31 million uninsured, the majority—27 million—were adults aged 18 to 64; fewer than four million children were long-term uninsured. Because of public insurance programs such as Medicaid and Medicare, the number of elderly aged 65 or older who are long-term uninsured was relatively low: roughly 200,000, or less than 1 percent of the elderly population."

    Hoover Institution - Facts on Policy - Health Insurance III: The Long-term Uninsured

    I also have a link that shows how gov't medical care pushes up the cost of insurance...primarily because you have a bunch of ppl getting care for nothing...and I've post it on another bullshit thread we're being thread with by this half-wit.

    But I have to go to work. Lil Ol Lady, try to contain your delusional rantings to one thread, and please, for the love of God, post the source from which you're getting this garbage so we can tear it apart as it deserve to be. Otherwise, we're just tearing you apart as the source, and that seems a little mean.
     
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    More KoolAid for you TM! Do you have any studies to back that statement up? Of course you don't. Why don't you start a new thread about how Kennedy Care will make us "Globally Competitive".

    While I don't believe Govt Health Care, Kennedy Care, Obama Care or Hillary Care whatever you want to call it will actually physically kill grandma, I do believe it will neglect her to death so to speak.
     
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    This is nothing new problem is people only care about themselves until it hits them either in the pocket or one of their family members. Private HC has been denying for years people complain then most go about their business, they raise premiums people complain the go back to the status quo. That is our problem we should care about our fellow man but most dont almost to the point they ignore problems with people around them. To be honest this healthcare issue should be pushed by the religious left and right or atleast what you would think first then groups for patient health etc etc.

    Actually in 2007 and 2008 premiums increased on average of 5% for both years for family and individual plans not sure about longer term. Now employer based is alot worse increase has been nearly 100% over the last decade.
     
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    Soooooo.... you're posting statistics on how government-funded/administered healthcare has successfully decreased the number of uninsured and provided medical coverage for certain demographics.

    I love it :lol:
     
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