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2009 review in political nonsense part 4



  • James 6 years ago

    1.The number of uninsured citizens has grown to over 45 million (although this number includes illegal immigrants, etc.).
    2.Health care has become increasingly unaffordable for businesses and individuals.
    3.We can eliminate wasteful inefficiencies such as duplicate paper work, claim approval, insurance submission, etc.
    4.We can develop a centralized national database which makes diagnosis and treatment easier for doctors.
    5.Medical professionals can concentrate on healing the patient rather than on insurance procedures, malpractice liability, etc.
    6.Free medical services would encourage patients to practice preventive medicine and inquire about problems early when treatment will be light; currently, patients often avoid physicals and other preventive measures because of the costs.
    7.Patients with pre-existing conditions can still get health coverage.
    8. Medicare/Medicaid is running out of money...we NEED to act on Healthcare reform NOW!

  • Sara 6 years ago

    I am 60 years old and concerned about losing my doctors. They are already complaining that regulations are tightening, especially around medications I've been taking for a long time. They don't want the junkies from getting the drugs, but they are preventing those that need it from getting it either.
    I appreciate what Mr. Obama was trying to do, but there are too many holes in this boat to keep going.
    He should listen to all the arguments and take his time before this becomes a bigger mistake.

  • Charles 6 years ago

    Yes, it is going to cost us money, but it's like this president drew the short straw. All the bills fell on him after everyone was getting fat for the past few years. Time to pay. Sucks to be Obama.

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