NewYork, New York wrote:...C. In the US, everyone gets treated at the emergency room regardless of their ability to pay.
This is true, however, once out of the emergency room, insured and uninsured experience vastly different methods of medical care. One receives it and the other barely does.
NewYork, New York wrote:D. You pay way more in premiums than I do.
That's true of many american males who's wives have the better jobs and therefore health insurance.
NewYork, New York wrote:E.Healthcare is being rationed in the UK. You know this but refuse to acknowledge it.
It's being rationed out here, Norks, that's why all the trouble coming up with a viable healthcare plan for america. Please,TTKU!
des wrote:Would you be happy to cancel your insurance and rely solely on Medicaid for you and your families health care?
I have solely Medicare, Des and it's not nearly as bad as i had expected it to be. I pay about $1260 a year for it and it covers 80% of my costs. Were that available to families across america then it would be a better thing than what we have now. A government fat with fiat money can easily afford that kind of healthcare, if it's benevolent. However, our's is violent and wishes to screw everyone, for profits, including it's own people.