I apologize for the two-hour ambulance ride and the surgury in the emergency room that's going to cost you God knows how much. I am a burden on society.
That's just added to the hundreds of thousands I already owe and can't pay in medical bills, both psychiatric and physical.
Guess who gets to pay for all this? You.
Sorry. Really I am.
Every time someone reads one of your articles, you are making a contribution to society.
I sure wish all the people who scream about not paying for someone else's healthcare would realize we already do. We could save so much money by keeping people healthy instead of spending huge amounts when people become critically ill.
Ah, that's fine. When you divide that $20,000 by about 180,000,000 or so taxpayers, it ceases to be much trouble. I'll give you my 1.1% of a penny.
Its completely fine! Our healthcare system is a bunch of money hungry fiends aways. Who honestly pays $8.00 for an advil? We went through the same thing when my daddy was in a car accident that was completely not his fault. Instead of the other guy paying we got stuck with the millions of dollars of bills. I hope that you feel better!
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