Can the United States of America ever achieve Universal Healthcare?
Asked By: Hustle - 3/2/2010
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Nobody has ever suggest HEALTH CARE. The issue has always been accessible and affordable HEALTH INSURANCE. Private companies can't deliver this product and make profits because now in the 21st century there are hundreds of treatments, diagnostic techniques and cures that didn't exist even 20 years ago. Every new... More
Answered By: Noah H - 3/2/2010
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I hope and pray every night that no we can't. That would be the destruction of America
Answered By: NYYanks1 - 3/2/2010
I don't think so.
Answered By: Andy - 3/2/2010
God I hope not. The USPS... has to deal with LETTERS - and the GOVERNMENT can't even run that!
Answered By: stanleys_2001 - 3/2/2010
If it was universal in payment, all pay the same monthly cost, I'm for it! If its the working class paying for the low life scum who refuse to work and pay their fair share, F&*K them , i'll stick with what I have!
Answered By: america first - 3/2/2010
What is being proposed is not about health care. It has only to do with redistribution of wealth. Don't be fooled by numbers that suggest 30 million people are not able to get health care if they get sick. By law all anyone in America has to do to get into any hospital is show up there. That's it. Ta Da. We... More
Answered By: Michael D - 3/2/2010
WE HAVE THE BEST HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IN WORLD, SO WHY ARE THE FAR LEFT LOONS SO DETERMINED TO DESTROY IT.
Answered By: Warren T - 3/2/2010
when i was young we had doctors that lived in our communities that took care of us from the cradle to the grave. their children went to school with us, played with us and knew us. now we have the elite doctors that never listen to us, feed us happy pills to take away all our woes and we are not medically sound. we... More
Answered By: lari1307 - 3/2/2010
Yes. But people are going to have to get less stupid first.
Answered By: Instant Karma - Just Add Water - 3/2/2010
Answered By: Wyman - 3/3/2010
Hahahahaha it will come. Everything will be universal. Ideas are ignored, and of progress there is no thought. This populace has two mothers, both of them stepmothers-Ignorance and Misery.
Answered By: Light-Bringer - 3/3/2010
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