Do you really think we should have universal health care for poor people?
Why so they can multiply even more to make the health care system worthless for us people that have jobs?
Asked By: george l - 12/18/2007
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Answered By: jj_33_6 - 12/18/2007
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I agree! If you just give them stuff there is no motivation.Get a job welfare moochers!!!
Answered By: latrailera2000 - 12/18/2007
I think before achieving that, we must first have a "UNIVERSAL PEACE CARE FOR WARRING NATIONS" war kills more than health of poor people, and spends a lot more than providing double health care for all poor people.
Answered By: mardideles - 12/18/2007
okay i have a differnt veiw on things. i am a mother of four children and yes i am fixed so i cant populate the world with poor people. anyways my husband is out of work due to a head injury. and in cases like this we can not pay for health insurance. and we do pay our own way.
Answered By: Beth S - 12/18/2007
The truly poor already qualify for government provided health care. The movement for national health care is more intended to help "working americans" who make too much to be considered in poverty, but still struggle to make ends meet and pay for expensive commercial health insurance. I.E. they have jobs.
Answered By: Steve A - 12/18/2007
Yes, I think healthcare is something everyone deserves, regardless of your opinion of them. Do you really think allowing people to die from lack of healthcare is a plan to improve the world?
Answered By: is it 5 yet? - 12/18/2007
As correctly pointed out by a previous answer, there are poor people that have government provided health insurance while working people above the poverty line do not have health insurance... More
Answered By: Jim - 12/18/2007
You are unclear on the concept. "Universal" means for everyone, not just for the poor... More
Answered By: NC - 12/18/2007
A certain level of health care availability for everyone is a great idea. I don't want to ride the train next to sick people or have my kids in school with sick kids. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure -- and is less costly to society.
Answered By: JP - 12/18/2007
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