Sounds like a good idea. Probably help out some providers and hospitals to get paid. Health would probably improve.Do you think we ought to have a bunch of people going door to door and taking people by the hand to get them to sign up for programs already in existence?
Yes. Not the ACA in particular, actually, but some sort of single payer system.You think we need ACA to solve the healthcare problem in this country?
That was a fun Q&A! Thanks.
There is such a thing as applying for medicaid if they are truly poor.And it doesn't matter if they're stuck there for life. They are working there NOW, and if they get sick NOW, it's not much good to tell them in 5 years they'll have a good job managing some store if they do everything right.
I have other examples that do not include disabled workers of great intellect, however I suspect that you get the point. That point is that not every disabled person is helpless and many are quite successful if they do not let their handicaps define their lives.That's a nice story. If he's an electrical engineer, his intellect is far above average. Unfortunately this isn't Lake Wobegon, where we can all be above average. I'm not sure what your point is anyway, except it's all their fault. I disagree, but if true, what is your point?
And obamacare is making it incredibly worse. However my point still stands. Those who are truly poor do qualify for medicaid.....before and since obamacare.And I showed that you're wrong about that. Bolding a false, baseless assertion doesn't make it true.
Furthermore the problems of getting healthcare exist far above whatever level you consider "truly poor."
There are no "ifs", "ands", or "buts" to that point.
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