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What would happen if everybody who didn't have healthcare went on strike?

Who would act faster, the corporations where the responsibility is, to solve the problem, or the government and create a bigger problem? People have the power, not corporations or governments.

Asked By: perflexed - 8/15/2009
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These are the types of strikes I'd like to see... More
Answered By: cyu - 8/15/2009
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How can you go "On Strike" from sitting at the welfare office all day... More
Answered By: Threatened American Species - 8/15/2009
 
First and foremost, the country would shut down. The Gov would have to work with the corporations to solve the problem.
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Answered By: Cummunism! (It's Cool Now) - 8/15/2009
 
Thats what I said about ABC, why not just strike against ABC to let them know that everyone doesn't LOVE or agree with the BHO!
Answered By: Sgt Red - 8/15/2009
 
Tomatoes wouldn't get picked. No one would notice if the welfare rats went on strike except maybe Kools and Schlitz sales would go down.
Answered By: snowball45830 - 8/15/2009
 
Neither. If people won't stop working to protest $4.89 a gallon gas then health care won't even raise an eyebrow.
Answered By: Ou812 the hate returns pt2 - 8/15/2009
 
Obama ran on health care reform and was elected, deal with it! If his provisions fail then feel free to encourage legislators to address what failed, but don't be a part of the problem and allow our nations health care problem to go unchecked! If you don't remember it' the unchecked cooperate wold who put u sin this... More
Answered By: Thrasher78 - 8/15/2009
 
Nobody would notice. We would just import more bottom of the rung workers.
Answered By: mikey - 8/15/2009
 
They would act then. The main people who do not have health care work every day and still cannot afford it. It is a shame that people are so ignorant that they believe this bill benefits people on welfare...wake up! they get free health care already. And yes, everyone with a legitimate job pays for it.
Answered By: Natasha B - 8/15/2009
 
They would lose their jobs. No one has a right to any job in the US. Only if you are a member of a protected class of worker, and you can sell your case to a lawyer, can you sue over not getting a certain job, or from losing a certain job... More
Answered By: pushyoldbroad - 8/15/2009
 
They would get fired. Corporate America doesn't care whether millions of people are suffering. They are not going to solve the problem. That is why we have to look to our government. And by the way, you Americans with health insurance already. Do you know how it makes you look when you complain about longer wait... More
Answered By: Cindy - 8/15/2009
 
The majority of these "47 Million uninsured" are also unemployed. SO if they were to "go on strike" I guess that means start working... More
Answered By: Big One 0909 - 8/15/2009
 
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