Saturday, August 29, 2009

It is health INSURANCE reform, not health care reform

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C Woods said...

I'm still confused.

I am retired, but not yet eligible for Medicare. I'm paying 2.4 times what I paid for insurance 10 years ago, and when my COBRA ends in a few months, I will be paying even more.

If my premiums could be lowered, I wouldn't mind paying more in taxes to make sure everyone is covered.

Currently our country spends 57% on the military, war, and veterans, nearly $2 million per minute. Just think what we could do with an hour's worth of the military budget each day. (Don't get me wrong, we need to take care of veterans and we do need a military, but we certainly could have stayed out of war which would have saved a bundle.)

Health and human services gets 6% of the budget. Maybe if we chose to wage peace instead of war, we'd have enough money to spend on health care for everyone.

tina FCD said...

Thank You! :)

Tommykey said...

C Woods, why do you hate America? LOL!

I think the wingnut mentality is "what good is spending all that money on health care for all Americans if by reducing our military budget, we make it easier for those evil furriners to kill us?"

Jonzie said...

Health care SHOULD NOT be a businnes. As simple as that. Like in the rest of the civilised world.
I pay taxes, I expect a series of services back. Health care should be the first.