Calming The Nerves With Medical Bill Transparency | Sick Americans Are Easier To Control | Part 2

 

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Carioca Da Gema

 

Last year 1 in 8 Americans borrowed 88 billion dollars to pay for medical bills. 65 million ignore and/or endure their medical issues due to lack of funds. The orange alert is on for 45% losing sleep at night and looking into being financially ruined in case of a medical emergency.

Law makers and the federal government say they are making healthcare costs more transparent. What is this, a joke? Medical bill transparency is an insult to the uninsured intelligence. There is no amount of transparency that will make a hospital bill in the tens of thousands affordable to the regular person. The medical industry is a 3.5 trillion dollar industry where many have no problem profiting on other peoples’ flesh. Like other overpriced industries that learned to adjust over the last decades, it is time to cut the middleman out of our medical bills. Healthcare, like freedom of speech and pursuit of happiness must be made available to citizens in free societies.

 

Senate Finance Committee hearing on drug pricing, ranking Democrat Sen. Ron Wyden

 

 

Quotes from a previous article, available in full below

“It is absurd that a rich country like the United States of America ‘we the people’ pay for the lawmakers’ PLATINUM healthcare while they sentence the undesirables to an early death.”

“ It’s harder to govern healthy people who get socially involved and question authority. “

“Lawmakers should have the same healthcare as the people they supposedly serve. It is like driving an old economy car without air conditioning or heat while chipping in for someone that strolls about in a luxury SUV.” –  Sick Americans Are Easier To Control

 

Sick Americans Are Easier To Control

Written by:

Carioca Da Gema

 

History is full of passages where a handful of the powerful control a large number of people. The oppressed are told to leave, abandon their property, do hard unpaid labor until they die, and march until it is time to dig their own grave.

From the comfort of our homes, while reading a passage of a book, or watching the many screens available today, we are quick to wonder why people under these historical circumstances did not react.

Picture these two scenarios:

A neighbor, co-worker or a friend says something insulting to you.

In the first scenario, you are secretly very sick.  You have lost your appetite due to a variety of medications, you cannot sleep more than three hours per night, and you are just miserable.

In the second scenario, you have a tan from a weekend on the beach and on Monday morning you are ready to conquer the world.

Chances are that the ‘Fantastic Suzie’ will be more inclined to challenge the insult, while ‘Sick Suzie’ just wanted the day to end, so she can get home to nurse her sickness.

Over time, when a person is sick they are less likely to engage.  It’s harder to govern healthy people who get socially involved and question authority.  Healthy individuals look for answers outside of the box, pursue the truth, and blog about ideas that will spread to others.

It is absurd that a rich country like the United States of America  ‘we the people’ pay for the lawmakers’ PLATINUM healthcare while they sentence the undesirables to an early death.

Healthcare should be a right not a privilege. A nation that values its inhabitant’s health is a better nation for all of us.

Lawmakers should have the same healthcare as the people they supposedly serve. It is like driving an old economy car without air conditioning or heat while chipping in for someone that strolls about in a luxury SUV.

 

 

 

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