More Good Reasons Health Care Has to Change

Wed, October 7, 2009

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Why are women really being treated like second-class citizens in the world of health care and insurance?

I don’t hear the women Senators and Representatives calling for an end to coverage for male-only maladies.  There is a serious lack of compassion and understanding about women’s lives today among the older generations of men on Capitol Hill.  And if that’s not bad enough, some Congressmen don’t even want to help their constituents:

Maybe we just need to vote out our representatives who don’t believe health care for all is a human right.  Government might not be the answer to everything, but allowing corporate insurance companies to make health care decisions that benefit their shareholders and their CEOs at the expense of American lives also isn’t an acceptable answer any longer.

Maybe if some big insurance company denies coverage for Congressman Coburn or one of his male colleagues we could get things moving.

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One Response to “More Good Reasons Health Care Has to Change”

  1. Kevin @ The Liberty Handbook Says:

    First of all, the guy in the second video again continues to say 47 million uninsured after that number has been proven dramatically false for the last 4 years.

    If you say 47 million, all your credibility goes out the window.

    As for the woman in the video, we need more details on why her husband isn’t covered. You assume it’s because the insurance company is greedy and doesn’t want to pay for him; but that’s an assumption. There are thousands of people like that woman’s husband whose insurance company is paying for them.

    Health care is not a right. It can’t be. For it to be a right means that you have to take something from someone and give it to someone else. That’s not the definition of a right and doesn’t fit the mold of the other inalienable rights recognized by mankind such as freedom of speech, religion, etc.

    You’re argument is 100% emotional and 0% logical. Coburn was right; this is not a problem for the government to fix.


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