It's time for a revolution in our country. Not a revolution forged with guns and bombs but a revolution forged of compassion and altruism. A revolution that extends a hand to those who don't have and who cannot. A revolution that makes Health Care available to all those in the US.
The American public's issue is they don't want a piece of non-reforming tax-increasing cost-increasing care-decreasing lunatic liberal loser legislation being foisted on them.
The Anti-Republican's issue is they are salivating at the chance to foist a piece of non-reforming tax-increasing cost-increasing care-decreasing lunatic liberal loser legislation on the taxpayers whom they despise.
What we need is a far simpler, easier to comprehend version of the Democrats' bill in which major Republican suggestions, such as tort reform and malpractice insurance reform, are included. We need to understand that we cannot all have all of the medical services we want, that a medical error does not justify a life of luxury, that spending 85% of our total lifetime medical expenses in the last eighteen months of our lives is wasteful and ludicrous, and that even though a morally just and upright society values its elderly, healthcare for people who are paying taxes and raising children is more important than healthcare for retirees on government pension plans.
This, of course, will never happen.
A report was done a few months ago that showed people in North Carolina could purchase the exact same insurance coverages from states like Iowa and South Dakota at a cost of 60% less than what they are paying in North Carolina.
Competition works, but the government outlawed it and then has the nerve to paint the insurance companies as the bad guys.
Just playing devil's advocate here but...
When you're poor, homeless, and can't get a job I'm sure you'll have a much different opinion about welfare and programs giving money and aid to these kind of people. Does that mean that's the best choice?
When you're at war and severly undermanned you may feel like you would support a draft because its needed. Does that mean that's the best choice?
If the country is at work and is losing because its severely undermanned you may not want to support a draft. Does that mean that's the best choice?
When you're only making $40,000 dollars it seems perfectly acceptable for your opinion to be that those makintg $200k should be taxed 50%. Does that mean its right?
Just because those in a position to benefit the most from a piece of law support it does not necessarily mean its correct, nor does it mean their opinion when not directly affected by the situation is invalid.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.