yes - we should openly discuss and confront this as a country
no - it should remain closeted and silent, like it's always been
Other - please explain
It's a very serious issue that impacts every single person alive.
Sweep it under the rug and make something political out of it and we'll doom ourselves to more tragedy.
Honestly - this kind of post makes me agitated beyond words.
Medicaid coverage based on eligibility in different states is insane (sorry for the pun). I believe, the states may decide how much they put toward their Medicaid contribution, which the Federal Gov. matches. It might explain why coverage’s are different among states. And, that can also partly explain why some states are in such a financial bind.
I also saw the Medicare limited reimbursements for the length of hospitalizations and total lifetime limits. I guess its money again. I don’t know what the solution is?
Language is political. Each of us talks, listens, and thinks in his/her own special language that has been shaped by our culture, experiences, profession, personality, mores and attitudes. The chances of us meeting someone else who talks the exact same language is pretty remote.
I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.
I think that the Media projects an "Image" of what the USA and we the people are. and it is diametrically opposed to reality and that many people have mental problems when trying to unravel reallity. For example, here we are, "for liberty and justice for all," and we do lot's of killing in Vietnam, Granada, Panama, Iraq, Libya, lots of Latin American locales and none of these places have liberty and justice. We are leading a drug War and in Afghanistan, after we got control, opium production went up about 30 times what it had been. That is reality. The drug wars in Mexico and South America all seem to be in our little fiefdoms and Iran Contra proves that we do deal drugs. We have the best government and politicians that money can buy and money buys lots of politicians but I can't afford any. I think many students raised in our schools are taught the "Idealistic" imagery about our Nation and when they begin to unravel reality, it is a Cathartic and profoundly mind bending experience. Perhaps it is about "Reality Shock."
I knew this lady so thats why i have an interest in this subject....
Prosecutors: Man stabbed grandmother 111 times - CBS News
They tried to commit him too, but they just kept releasing him with his meds after a day or two of observation. He obviously wasn't taking his meds when he did that and the law is that you can;t force them to take their meds. Thats where I think the law does need to be changed, but how do you force someone to take their meds without restraining them? And when they are on their meds they don't fit the criteria to be commited because they're acting more normal.