Not far left.
Not far left.
I'll agree with that!
That said, I ain't left on everything. I don't think there is a whole lot of difference between left and right. It's just a big difference as to how to get there.
I believe we are all proud Americans. I would defend it to the death although I'm too old and have very little stamina to do it myself. :)
As an FYI, I work for a huge company, but we are very diverse and customer friendly. They just took a huge writedown after the HCR passed. I'm hoping that it's going to be ameliorated by adjusting HC for all the retirees. Health care for life is a bit much, particularly when many, if not most, qualify for Medicare-a government run program.
I have great HC, but I want others to have the same opportunity. A healthier population is positive for the health of our country IMO.
I am glad you have the ability to observe.
This argument is basically brought to you by the same people who believe that REPUBLICAN vs DEMOCRAT IS a CHOICE when it is NOT.
People think that life is just chocolate vs vanilla.
When there are more the 2 flavors available (AND what do you do if you are lactose intolerant...) ;)
For those who can't imagine more then chocolate or vanilla well then those who propose or invent butter pecan or rocky road ARE INSANE.
They are entitled to their opinion as much as they are entitled to their very limited view of life & in this case helping others achieve optimum physical health.
THAT BEING SAID
Look @ what is crazy. We are to pay for services with no guarantees. If I bring my car into a shop for repair & it isn't fixed then I don't pay until it runs.
BUT we pay for services that DO NOT make us better. The only MANAGE THE SYMPTOMS. Why should we pay for that?
Handle the very problem that is causing the symptom.
Create wellness NOT a drug that creates MORE side effects.
We just accept this insanity like a bunch of freakin sheep.
We are surrounded in this world BY LOW COST HEALTH CARE SOLUTIONS EVERY DAY.
we never hear about them because the pharmaceutical companies will "not make money" on them.
They won't make the BILLIONS that they have gotten used to.
Schlotke spent over a million bucks on his back surgery. I know of doctors that could have handled him for pennies on the dollar. This argument is like trying to figure out which materials are best to build with on a fault line. The answer is DON'T BUILD ON THE FAULT LINE. Build some where else.
All this Healthcare reform IS, is an attempt to REORGANIZE an already broken system.
Sorry. THAT's crazy.