No, I didn't kneed aid because I was lucky enough to become a writer. I published several books and then a flurry of odds and ends.<quoted text>
Respectfully, you can blame insurance companies or you can exercise your liberties and overcome your circumstances… My guess is you have for the most part… Yes? Any charities help you?
Now imagine yourself in another country where it has socialized medicine and they rate YOU based on illness and place you in line for care MONTHS down the road… NOW it’s not the insurance companies who decide but inefficient, wasteful, bureaucratic government who decides your fate. The sicker you are the less likely you are to get care… Why? Because of COST.
You don’t think death panels exist in socialized health care? They ABSOLUTLY do (google N.I.C.E.) because if they didn’t the system would instantly fail due to bankruptcy as opposed to the slow death they are taking on now.
Death Panels are an economic inevitability in socialized health care.
However this is the first point I was making. Not insurance rather JOBS!!! If someone isn't as lucky as I was how do they get a job which must insure them when they cannot obtain any insurance? The person is stuck in a lose lose situation.
Also, you didn't address the matter of people rating others by the amount of money they have rather than their accomplishments?