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Free health care in America

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Hells Bells, Apr 11, 2009.

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  1. websterz28

    websterz28 Big Dog

    nope but it sure as hell beleive people have the right to life,you dont feel that denying poorer people medications that could save/extend their life that are available but simply cost tooo much..is not violating the constitution.
    because i do

    their are things more precious than profits and one is human life its sad to see so many of you cant see that
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  2. tommy3

    tommy3 CH Dog

    Profits? How about preventing the complete downfall of our economy? There is a BIG difference.

    How about preserving our liberties? How about keeping the government from telling us who lives and who dies?

    The poor can be attended to in a much more efficient and economical way than it is currently being done. Socialization is not the answer
  3. tommy3

    tommy3 CH Dog

    It is sad that you can't see the big picture. It is sad that you can't see that this will be disastrous to our country and what it was founded on.

    It is sad that no matter how many facts are thrown at you, you can't accept them. It is sad that you overlook the fact that this will lead to rationing. It is sad that this will erase a sector that is a huge part of our economy.

    It is sad that you are unwilling to realize that people will die and suffer while waiting for treatment and medication because you thought you could get something for free.

  4. WWII

    WWII Banned

    How does this violate the Constitution? ;)
  5. ghost 1

    ghost 1 CH Dog

    thats why i keep my blue cross blue shield,, and will as long as i can.. 253 a month aint nothing,,

    its not gonna be if but when they cut these programs down,, and watch all these loafers suddenly run to find a way to eat:D:D:D

    its going to happen as they cant keep spending that much money,, watch,,,

    i really feel for them but the abusers of the system need to spyed upon...
  6. tommy3

    tommy3 CH Dog

    I hear you. Sadly, just as I have said and as that WSJ article explained, once the socialized program comes into play your private insurance will skyrocket due to supply/demand and other factors. This will lead to everyone being forced out of private care and into the social plan.
  7. websterz28

    websterz28 Big Dog

    its called judicial review
    its an enterpritation of the constitution,like it does not say directly in the constitution that we have the right to privacy but under judicial review in Roe V. Wade they determined that our founder intended for it to be a right of its people.

    maybe republicans wouldnt but i would interpret the, right to life,which would include the right to drugs that keep you alive, which would mean you cant deny life saving drugs because of their lack of money
  8. Hells Bells

    Hells Bells Top Dog

    A 12 pack of generic pop at wal mart costs 2.50 Or I get a 32 oz pop for 99 cents at the gas station. Half the time I'm drinking nasty water from the tap or making tea, the cheapest kind. Pretty much everything I buy at the grocery store is off brand to save on costs. And we do buy cases of water when we have the money.

    Yeah I live such a luxurious life.
  9. websterz28

    websterz28 Big Dog

    so a couple writers from the wsj are source of all factual knowledge...i think not, because they say so dont make it so...lol


    Does anyone know what bloodline has produced the most champions?
  11. ben brockton

    ben brockton CH Dog

    chinaman or jeep
  12. tommy3

    tommy3 CH Dog

    You want more?

    I fail to see one source from any proponent of socialism yet. Until you can contribute something other than your very own opinion, maybe you shouldn't criticize my resources.

    The WSJ is a respected journal in regards to our economics. Find a more reputable source that challenges the statements the article made.

    I challenge you. Good luck.
  13. cutt

    cutt CH Dog

    changing subject are we? lol
  14. ben brockton

    ben brockton CH Dog

    do you know witch (pre76) dogman had the best record ? or witch (pre76) female had the most wins
  15. Zoe

    Zoe CH Dog

    I admit I have very little understanding of the health care system in the states, the economy, etc.. but you keep saying things like people being turned away, or being denied treatment, isn't that happening based on income now? People without money getting turned away?

    I've never been turned away or denied care in Canada. Everyone is treated equally when they come through the door regardless of economic status.

    As well, people keep saying 'free health care'. It isn't ''free'' here in Canada. Everyone pays into it through taxes. Same as schools. Same as the streets we walk on.
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    Damn that is a good one. Dont have a clue?
    School me. I'm thinking Mayfield dont have a clue on female
  17. ben brockton

    ben brockton CH Dog

    maby lock it up we are here to talk gamedogs not save the world stuff like this just devid people .
  18. ben brockton

    ben brockton CH Dog

    ya mayfeild had the best & the carolina kitty was the toughest female to beat also sharon holt was a good one that won many baker davis wife would set one down every so often
  19. ghost 1

    ghost 1 CH Dog

    food stamp's pac rat:D:D:D:D:D

    i needed a good laugh,, thanks hemi
  20. tommy3

    tommy3 CH Dog

    Nope. You can not be denied health treatment by law. People just don't want to pay the high costs.
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