I just wonder because everyone is not living off the system. There was a person asking a valid question about finding a doctor and she got rude remarks. I myself am college educated and have a bachelors degree also but I live in a area where everyone is fighting to get in McDonald's...and preference is made to Spanish speaking citizens. As soon as our children can go to school full-time then yes I will be making a commute to a job like him. Now the fact that childcare, gas, car care, etc. is so expense it is easier for me to stay at home. So we are have a medical card temporarily.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:01 PM on Aug. 1, 2009 in Just for Fun
I too was on the Medicaid wagon for the birth of my second child. And I was on it until 6 weeks after he was born. I made sure I had a tubal ligation in that 6 weeks. Therefore I did not continue to have children I could not afford. My husband too worked his butt off, and at the time there were no "internet" opportunities for working at home. Actually most of todays internet opportunities are bogus. Childcare is outrageously expensive, and even with the new and improved minimum wage, you can't pay that much once you figure in the cost of working. I have no problem with people that have to use public assistance short term, that's why it's there. You should not have gotten a rude response. But I will say that in this healthcare climate, we do get a bit cynical. Too many people are riding the free train and too few of us are trying to support that train. It can make some of us grouchy. Still it's noexcuse for being rude.
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