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That comment about men and Medicaid hit home. My grandfather is dying of pancreatic cancer. Every six months for the past 2 years he had to go for a stent replacement at the cost of $27,000. He had to pay thousands out of pocket.
As usual, the ridiculous quote "go off in a corner and die" jargon to emit emotional duress. If the pretenders would take the proactive approach, they would soon learn that the poor can get surgery and other healthcare without government theft.
Enlighten me, what is the proactive approach?
a proactive approach is a community where local healthcare is provided by local individuals caring for each other.
I live in such a community and no one is denied the best support available regardless of income.
The government cannot do this better.
So what are people to do until that happens?
individuals must support their communities.
This means they must begin to provide charity at home rather than expect the government to do it.
My brother, broke & unemployed, got full health coverage without the government.
Now he provides
You are still failing to answer my question. Until time comes where that is actually happening in my community, what should the people who can't afford healthcare do?
peeples-every county has a public community healthcare office within a County Health and Human Services office. You can get this contact from any hospital by speaking with a Case Worker. Every doctor and nurse knows how to put you in touch with them.
In my state medical is not offered under state programs unless you are pregnant or under 21, per my answer above, men never get it until retirement or unless collecting disability. I don't think the majority of people against obamacare realize this.
peeples-read the Social Security Act Sec. 1867. [42 U.S.C. 1395dd] (a) Medical Screening Requirement.—In the case of a hospital that has a hospital emergency department, if any individual (whether or not eligible for benefits under this title)
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Do they still have planned parenthood? I remember them talking about de-funding that a while back but didn't follow the outcome. I always thought they did a good job, especially with teens.
I'm glad it worked for you. For those of us self-employed with pre-existing conditions it didn't work so well. You are obviously not familiar with clinics - most aren't free.We needed reforms desperately to our healthcare system
Obamacare is a disaster. It steals from the hard working in a pretense to provide for the poor. However, it does not increase the resources within the medical community. And, study of the law indicates it will actually reduce the medical profession.
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