Why would America want a government run health care system?

Take a good look at medicare. Medicare is broke. With the national debt increasing with Obama spending like crazy, why have a government run health care system which will just increase the national debt even more and bankrupt America?

Asked By: Christopher - 3/19/2010
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It has to do with Obama being the New black Hitler. He needs to control Everything... ... even though JOBS ARE HURTING.. That too helps Socilaist Obama.
Answered By: The Wise Cat Named Binky - 3/21/2010
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So everyone could have peanuts from my diaper. Hopefully Obama will fall over from the smell and taste and I'll have to take office.
Answered By: Crazyass b******e - 3/19/2010
Dude, that's not in the bill. There is no government run health care in the bill! At least take some effort to familiarize yourself with the bill. There isn't even a public option!
Answered By: Fears of a Clown - 3/19/2010
matthew 25:40 GOD said,that when you have done for the least among you,then you have done unto me...
Answered By: Jimmy - 3/19/2010
I don't understand your question. Since the current health care reform in question doesn't PROPOSE a government run health care.
Answered By: scott b - 3/19/2010
Most of us don't
Answered By: Lurking grue - 3/19/2010
That's the thing. America DOESN'T want it. But Obama & Pelosi are ignoring the American people. This is all about them and for them. And, to bring the country down.
Answered By: Vicsi..... - 3/19/2010
The Devil worshipers want it so they can rob more money from us and eliminate the middle class.
Answered By: IMG - 3/19/2010
There will be no government run health care system. Please try to keep up.
Answered By: grob - 3/19/2010
Because people are stupid.
Answered By: Crazy Dave - 3/19/2010
As opposed to private run health care which can jack up the prices whenever they want, refuse to cover certain necessary medical treatments, and refuse to cover anyone with a preexisting condition? I am not saying I am 100% for a government run health care system. But, I am 100% for making tougher rules for insurance... More
Answered By: Jennifer - 3/19/2010
uh excuse me but they just gave the banks a few BILLION dollars worth of bail outs. I want my tax dollars going to GOOD use. I want to be able to see a doctor when I need to.
Answered By: Puddintain - 3/19/2010
Medicare is broke because its underfunded, its not hard to understand. If you don't understand it by now you never will. People have listed all their reasons for wanting HC reform but none of those seem to be valid to those who oppose it. Cons are especially guilty of this. anything people say in support of HC reform... More
Answered By: Politi-whore - 3/19/2010
Medicare is financially ruined because it pays primarily for the elderly; they happen to spend a lot on their health care, by the way. If everyone was in medicare, the money coming in and going out would balance out, more or less.
Answered By: Dok - 3/19/2010
Medicare is not broken but serves millions of people very well. The current Health care system is broken. That is why there needs to be a change. Here's one example. Blue Cross made a profit of 6 BILLION dollars last year. They are raising their rates by 23 to 49 per cent nationwide. How much profit is enough?
Answered By: Doug - 3/19/2010
Take a good look at the NHS in England as well. The elderly treated like second class citizens, left to starve and die of dehydration. Even younger patients aren't immune from dying from things like preventable dehydration at the hands of the NHS system... More
Answered By: greenjellybean - 3/19/2010
I am no fan of the Republican party. It has become in many respects Democrats light. But the dynamic is this... More
Answered By: One Man's Opinion - 3/19/2010
We don't have a government-run health care sysem. We have a government program that subsidizes individuals who are senior or disabled to use one of several choices of insurance plans and pay a low monthly premiums plus 20-30 percent of the costs. That is a combination of government subsidy, out of pocket pay and... More
Answered By: Flower - 3/20/2010
You are wrong in saying the government is taking over health care! Did you not read anything! Everyone will still go through private insurance companies. Are you really that uninformed... More
Answered By: Deb M - 3/20/2010
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