Okay i know this sounds overly simple..and maybe wouldnt work...but why can we not just expand medicaid on a sliding scale and base it on income with caps and such. That way for people who are too broke to avoid healthcare like MYSELF dont have to worry about it, and those inbetween will qualify for care with minimal out of pocket expense?! Would that not solve a world of problems? Im not saying that its that there wouldnt be rules and limits and such..but basic health care solution....expand what low income is using and have more people put money toward that? ESP those who could afford a small amount..i would be willing to try to pay into that instead of looking for my SO coverage for almost 2oo a month!? I dont know Just a thought!
Asked by Anonymous at 2:56 PM on Jan. 12, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by angevil53 at 3:23 PM on Jan. 12, 2010
Since when does the government do anything simple? If you read any of the bills proposed, they are all filled with oversight committees and agendas, programs, models, and all sorts of crap that has nothing at all to do with health care. In none of these bills do they actually know for sure WHAT will be covered, WHO will be covered, HOW much it will cost per person, WHEN exactly will it start, WHAT it will cost overall, or any of the truly important things.
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