Let me start out by saying I am what most would classify as a conservative/republican. I'm a registered democrat only because that is what i picked when i was 18 and had no idea what they meant. I am prolife, progun ownership, anti welfare, foodstamp and entitlement programs. I think there should be some safety net for people losing jobs and such, but I think our welfare system is ridiculous. I am pro "take care of yourself and don't expect me to do it". That being said, the one thing I AM for that goes against probably every other repub is universal healthcare. We give our citizens police, fire, and rescue when they need it. Paramedics and EMT's. Why are we not giving these people the same care when they enter the hospital doors? I find it repulsive that in THIS country, the land of opprotunity, your whole life can come crashing in with one cancer diagnosis, or major disease. con't.....Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 7:23 AM on Feb. 24, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by Anonymous at 7:28 AM on Feb. 24, 2009
As with all government programs, bureaucrats underestimated initial cost projections.
As with all government programs, there are concerns of bureaucrats rationing healthcare. Currently United States has greater access to advanced healthcare.
Nationalized Healthcare allows bureaucrats to determine WHO get medical procedures, leaving the aging left waitin in line for surgeries.
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