- Health Care, Drugs & Insurance
Health Care Insurance. Why everyone does need it. everyone deserves it
No one should die because they cannot afford health care, and no one should go broke because they get sick. If you agree, please post this as your status for the rest of the day
The current debate over universal health-care is really hotting up politically for the United States.
President Barack Obama and those on Capital Hill this week continue to debate what seems an endless debate why cannot everybody get quality healthcare.
Not only for the reformers but for those lobby industries that would like the status quo to remain. President Obama is likely to introduce a health-care reform bill this week as well as give televised Presidential address to the nation.
At stake is the health of some 54 million Americans who current do not have health-care. a result of not having health insurance they are at the mercy of doctors and hospital when getting treated. any hospital will just not treat patients unless they have insurance or can come up with the cash prior to treatment. the fallout from lack of insurance is that many people just die because they are unable to afford to pay for health-care. Many mortgage their home to pay for an operation which can cost up to a million dollars depending on the type. The situation where fifty four million Americans do not have health care is atrocious and can leave to death as well as other long term unecessary suffering. Something needs to be done so that the system ensures that all American have health cover no matter what their income. Not having health care for all Americans affects everyone.
It will be in every one's interest that all Americans get cover for health treatment. This includes the President himself. Why Obama's whole presidential term of office and his success as a politician will probably hinge on the success or otherwise of this proposed health-care bill. Will it be watered down to the point where still many millions of Americans remain without health-care. Let's hope not...