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Why have the people that sold this country out including retirees so opposed to health care reform?

Propaganda! I have read the entire 1018 pages of the the proposed reform. Im also a third year Med student. I have read and heard all the lies and added language from lobbyist that have placed major spins on the topic. The current system is broken. It appears that the ones with money to lose are spreading all the lies. Leading cause of bankruptcy in America is from individuals with health insurance but are overwhelmed with medical bills. A great example is my wife's policy is 900 a month. She has a 2500 a year deductible. Preventative care costs have to be paid as part of the deductible (500 for a mammogram and 375 for a prostate exam). I was hospitalized and transferred 3 times each time a new MRI had to be conducted billing my insurance over 16,000 for duplicate tests due to each hospitals policy. It is stealing. Go to a dentist and pay cash you will find the cost will be a third of what it would of been if you had dental insurance. The time is now. I have interviewed veterans in our local VA hospital. None of them have been asked to sign away their right to life. I suspect the same individuals that are profiting from outsourcing customer service, textiles and manufacturing base (tangibles that have rebounded us from previous recessions) are behind this.

Asked By: GrapeApe - 9/1/2009
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The current system is broken and needs changing, but putting our fate into the hands of the government (which has shown they can't even run Cash for Clunkers properly) would be a HUGE mistake... More
Answered By: bruiserkc2 - 9/1/2009
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The sudden spike of an expense will get most people jumping away. We just can not continue to support a health care system that wants to be a sky scraper in New York.
Answered By: s7e7v7e7n7 - 9/1/2009
 
so we do not have to pay for your doctor bills.
Answered By: dipsydoodle - 9/1/2009
 
will you be first in line to receive the implant
Answered By: World War III - 9/1/2009
 
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