Rather then spend pay high premiums on car insurance to cover med,wouldnt it be better to have socialized med?

The reason car insurance cost so much they say, is to cover injuries, then they dont pay cause they say it was not from accident, if we had national healthcare like other countries , we could spend money on healthcare rather then insurance industry that is gov lobbiest and multibillion dollar industry , that we are forced by law to pay!!! Are you for or against?

Asked By: who's sane - 7/12/2008
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We could pay for a Nationalized Health Care program by ending Corporate Welfare. The US government gave $92 BILLION of OUR tax dollars to various Corporations in 2006 alone. Yet Republicans claim to favor the "free market." In a "free market" a business will fail or succeed on it's OWN and doesn't need to be propped up... More
Answered By: itsyourworld_changeit - 7/12/2008
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So I can pay for your medical?
Answered By: wiemercats - 7/12/2008
I agree with you, There ought to be federal medical care coverage. I would never pay for car insurance. I think all insurance in a scam. BEFORE ANY ONE WHINES, I DO NOT DRIVE. It is probably true that if they did not have to pay medical bills it would not be so high, but then, they would surely come up with SOME... More
Answered By: jasmine e - 7/12/2008
i pay as much i can afford for gas as long as we have gas to buy. rather then have socialized meds. it's not the cost of socialize med, it's care then would come with it.
Answered By: MR TADS - 7/12/2008
The reason car insurance cost so much is to cover the much greater instances of fraud. socialized medicine would by law force you to pay for everyone Else's health care and the quality would suffer
Answered By: Bulldog - 7/12/2008
we shud hav the sam benefits as our congress and senate!!
Answered By: generationZ - 7/12/2008
Quality would suffer for those who can afford insurance. Public funded health care is also an expenditure black hole, hence few countries with 1st class medical establishments have uniquely public funded systems. I'd be inclined to say that a means tested, choice rich "social insurance" systems such as that in France... More
Answered By: DesB3rd - 7/12/2008
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