First of all, yes I COULD write that check if I needed to, by I'm confident my private health insurance would cover it, so it's a moot point.RollingRock » 22 Jul 2021, 12:38 pm » wrote: ↑
Please turn off Faux News and wake up. You're embarrassing yourself. Could you write out a check for a $350,000 quadruple bypass?
Stolen valorTaipan » 22 Jul 2021, 3:00 pm » wrote: ↑
Let's get one thing straight.
Your tribe....the Dem tribe..... is backing the communists/socialists in Cuba.
My tribe, the GOP *******......are backing the "Freedom-Fighter Protestors".
Either you line up with us..............or we will steam-roller your tribe.
You know exactly what ..........The Hard White Men can do. .
Did you serve in the US military?
You're a **** stolen valor cowardTaipan » 22 Jul 2021, 3:26 pm » wrote: ↑
I am a mercenary.
You seem to be interested in me. Don't bother.
I fight for money. Mercenary.
Today, I am bored. Sooooo.....I will fight a donation.
To this site. $200.00.
I will dox myself......for a $200.00.........Donation to this site.
Do you agree ?
Backing down from what? I asked you a simple question. You claim to be a merc. Mercs served in combat. Have you served in combat?
RollingRock » 22 Jul 2021, 10:15 am » wrote: ↑
If the patient is unable to write a check for his services, he will likely end up in collections, bankruptcy, and/or foreclosure. All because he had the audacity to have a medical event without insurance coverage and without a 6-7 digit bank account.
Currently healthcare is for the wealthy and well-insured here in the US. We desperately need single payer healthcare in this country.
Imagine never having to make another payment to the corrupt medical insurance industry ever again? Yet still having medical insurance 24/7 and never ever losing coverage no matter what.Improved Medicare for All would reduce costs relative to the current system. (See Figure 1.) The program would reduce national health care spending by increasing the efficiency of billing, reducing insurance-related costs, and negotiating lower drug prices.
It would also incur additional expenses by covering the 30 million residents who are currently uninsured, by reducing the barriers to access to health care coming from premiums, deductibles, and copayments, and by raising reimbursement rates to physicians and hospitals.
Overall, there would be nearly $700 billion in savings the first year, partially offset by nearly $400 billion in additional spending, for a net effect of nearly $300 billion in savings relative to the current system.
http://www.dollarsandsense.org/archives ... edman.html
Closing 400 USA military bases of the 800 in other countries could help enormously in funding this insurance for we in America instead of supporting dictators around the world.
You wont answerTaipan » 22 Jul 2021, 4:01 pm » wrote: ↑
A boy wants to grow into a man.
I asked you a simple question.
Can you dox yourself ?
I can. There might be some fuss with my ex-wives, lawyers, investigators, cops, etc........
But nothing serious...................
Did you say you wanted to pay the $200.00 ?
I am a closer. Either you get in................or you get out.
I am very interesting.
Now you know why I win all of of the poker games.
Poker..............is a man's game. .
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