Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
 
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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
No Medicare, no Medicade - How do you see that working.
If I am an insurance company I would not want to insure old people. There is too much risk. If I insured an old person I would charge a lot of money.
What do you do with people who cannot afford insurance.
If a person has no insurance and not enough money to pay for healthcare what do we do. Do you let them die. If not who pays their medical costs.
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
You should see the States, OMG!
 
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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS I ASKED OR IT SHOWS YOU CANNOT ANSWER THE QUESTION AND HAVE NO PLAN.
Another Trump minion popping off a dumbass post not well thought out.
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



Did anybody really expect Trump to come through with his promise? You can list Trump Healthcare with his other 'achievements'..Trump Vodka.Trump Steaks..Trump Vitamins..Trump University..Trump Casinos..
 
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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
What I love is very few minions have no response to Trump's fails.
This minion tried with a stupid response. I asked questions and the spineless minion disappears.
Trump is a FAILURE and LOSER. Trump minions are FAILURES and LOSERS.
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
No Medicare, no Medicade - How do you see that working.
If I am an insurance company I would not want to insure old people. There is too much risk. If I insured an old person I would charge a lot of money.
What do you do with people who cannot afford insurance.
If a person has no insurance and not enough money to pay for healthcare what do we do. Do you let them die. If not who pays their medical costs.

I'm more concerned about my private healthcare not the government programs that help the old and useless,,,
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS I ASKED OR IT SHOWS YOU CANNOT ANSWER THE QUESTION AND HAVE NO PLAN.
Another Trump minion popping off a dumbass post not well thought out.
for fucks sake be patient for once,,

as for those government programs, since the feds have no authority why dont we work within our own states where its at least legal for them to do??
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
What would that look like slick? No medicare, nor madicaid, no regulation? Let the private insurers run amok, charging whatever they like, limiting annual and lifetime benefits, and telling people with pre existing conditions that you are shit out of luck?? Is that what you want? Please explain exactly what the fuck you mean. After all, we know how well we can trust the free for profit market ecconomy with our lives.
 
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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
No Medicare, no Medicade - How do you see that working.
If I am an insurance company I would not want to insure old people. There is too much risk. If I insured an old person I would charge a lot of money.
What do you do with people who cannot afford insurance.
If a person has no insurance and not enough money to pay for healthcare what do we do. Do you let them die. If not who pays their medical costs.

I'm more concerned about my private healthcare not the government programs that help the old and useless,,,
What are you going to do when you are old and useless.
If you are fortunate to live long enough to be old and useless. Everyone who grows older, has greater risks of health problems and less opportunities for work.
The only profession that thrives on real old people is politics.
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
No Medicare, no Medicade - How do you see that working.
If I am an insurance company I would not want to insure old people. There is too much risk. If I insured an old person I would charge a lot of money.
What do you do with people who cannot afford insurance.
If a person has no insurance and not enough money to pay for healthcare what do we do. Do you let them die. If not who pays their medical costs.

I'm more concerned about my private healthcare not the government programs that help the old and useless,,,
What a selfish and callous piece of excrement! Old and useless? Someday you will old and you are already useless. I am 73 years old and om Medicare administered by a private company to provide additional coverage-Medicare advantage- a public/ private partnership. What the fuck is wrong with that ? I worked all of my life and deserve it and I am far from useless so fuck you bitch!
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
No Medicare, no Medicade - How do you see that working.
If I am an insurance company I would not want to insure old people. There is too much risk. If I insured an old person I would charge a lot of money.
What do you do with people who cannot afford insurance.
If a person has no insurance and not enough money to pay for healthcare what do we do. Do you let them die. If not who pays their medical costs.

I'm more concerned about my private healthcare not the government programs that help the old and useless,,,
What are you going to do when you are old and useless.
If you are fortunate to live long enough to be old and useless. Everyone who grows older, has greater risks of health problems and less opportunities for work.
The only profession that thrives on real old people is politics.

as I said I am more concerned about my privat healthcare than the programs that should and can exist better at a state level,,,
 

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John McCain described Trumps Healthcare plans the best

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
No Medicare, no Medicade - How do you see that working.
If I am an insurance company I would not want to insure old people. There is too much risk. If I insured an old person I would charge a lot of money.
What do you do with people who cannot afford insurance.
If a person has no insurance and not enough money to pay for healthcare what do we do. Do you let them die. If not who pays their medical costs.

I'm more concerned about my private healthcare not the government programs that help the old and useless,,,
What a selfish and callous piece of excrement! Old and useless? Someday you will old and you are already useless. I am 73 years old and om Medicare administered by a private company to provide additional coverage-Medicare advantage- a public/ private partnership. What the fuck is wrong with that ? I worked all of my life and deserve it and I am far from useless so fuck you bitch!

what ever makes you happy buttercup,,

I just dont understand how pathetic a persons life has to be that they want the government to take care of them,,,
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



The premiums didn't double every year the last 4. Read the bill.
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
What would that look like slick? No medicare, nor madicaid, no regulation? Let the private insurers run amok, charging whatever they like, limiting annual and lifetime benefits, and telling people with pre existing conditions that you are shit out of luck?? Is that what you want? Please explain exactly what the fuck you mean. After all, we know how well we can trust the free for profit market ecconomy with our lives.
My biggest question is if someone has no insurance and no money, do we not provide medical care, even let them die?
If we do provide medical care and not let them die. Who pays their medical bills
as I said,, that can and should exist at the state level not federal,,,
 
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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
No Medicare, no Medicade - How do you see that working.
If I am an insurance company I would not want to insure old people. There is too much risk. If I insured an old person I would charge a lot of money.
What do you do with people who cannot afford insurance.
If a person has no insurance and not enough money to pay for healthcare what do we do. Do you let them die. If not who pays their medical costs.

I'm more concerned about my private healthcare not the government programs that help the old and useless,,,
What are you going to do when you are old and useless.
If you are fortunate to live long enough to be old and useless. Everyone who grows older, has greater risks of health problems and less opportunities for work.
The only profession that thrives on real old people is politics.

as I said I am more concerned about my privat healthcare than the programs that should and can exist better at a state level,,,
My biggest question is if someone has no insurance and no money, do we not provide medical care, even let them die?
If we do provide medical care and not let them die. Who pays their medical bills

If states pick up the tab, that is government. Those who live in the state pick up the tab.
 

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Let's see how Trump did with healthcare durring his four years as President.
Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare with a much better plan. He promised "insurance for everybody" at a lower cost.
Obamacare was never repealed and replaced with a comprehensive Trump plan. Trump did make some changes to Obamacare with the following results
- The number of uninsured Americans increased by 2.3 million from 2016 to 2019
- Trump restablished "skinny policies" that provide inadequate coverage,
- despite a mix of "skinny policies" the cost of insurance has increased under Trump
- Trump is leaving behind a law suit going to the Supreme Court this spring that would eliminate Obamacare resulting in the elimination of Obamacare and 20 million Americans would lose insurance. The suit was filed during COVID. BUT TRUMP HAS NOT PROVIDED ANY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM TO REPLACE OBAMACARE IF THE SUIT IS SUCCESSFUL.

Trump on healthcare - A HUGE FAIL



the real fail is not getting the fed gov out of the healthcare business,,,
No Medicare, no Medicade - How do you see that working.
If I am an insurance company I would not want to insure old people. There is too much risk. If I insured an old person I would charge a lot of money.
What do you do with people who cannot afford insurance.
If a person has no insurance and not enough money to pay for healthcare what do we do. Do you let them die. If not who pays their medical costs.

I'm more concerned about my private healthcare not the government programs that help the old and useless,,,
What are you going to do when you are old and useless.
If you are fortunate to live long enough to be old and useless. Everyone who grows older, has greater risks of health problems and less opportunities for work.
The only profession that thrives on real old people is politics.

as I said I am more concerned about my privat healthcare than the programs that should and can exist better at a state level,,,
My biggest question is if someone has no insurance and no money, do we not provide medical care, even let them die?
If we do provide medical care and not let them die. Who pays their medical bills

If states pick up the tab, that is government. Those who live in the state pick up the tab.
its legal at the state level, not to mention far more efficient,,
 

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