Thursday, July 7, 2011

Should every person Have health Care?

Some historians claim disease has wiped out more citizen than all wars combined. Yet, in spite of the known historical record, Americans continue to ignore the sure consequences of contagious disease; consequences along with primary preventable illness even for those with health coverage, large productivity losses and national prominent to global plague.

Some plead we should care about the less fortunate, while others pretend inexpressive care is preferable, in spite of fabulous evidence to the contrary. Today, U.S. Citizens pay much more for coverage than citizens of any other nation, yet we are ranked 37th in health care ability and even lower in availability. Some old Soviet block and Southeast Asian nations offer good coverage; even Cuba has a lower child mortality rate.

Health Care Reforms

Over 45 million U.S. Residents have zero health care; at least 80 million more have very inadequate coverage. More and more citizens with costly plans are being refused coverage for costly problems. Every week, more citizens lose employer-paid care and relinquishment benefits, along with long-term coverage for less salutary relinquishment years.

Should every person Have health Care?

Depending on provider, 10-30% of every dollar spent on inexpressive coverage goes to overhead not associated to care, while less than 5% for government-sponsored Medicare does, even though Medicare helps the oldest and sickest among us. Very plainly, inexpressive health care as we currently have, is not the solution.

Politicians on both sides of the political charade continue to pretend they care about America's security, while continuing to ignore our immediate health care reality. Whether or not we care about our neighbor is only part of a larger equation, because disease knows no boundaries. Children of the poor can, have and will, infect children of the wealthy. Medical facts clearly demonstrate that inexpressive coverage is no warrant against contagious diseases.

In reality, less than 1% of U.S citizens can afford to pay for their own catastrophic needs. All forms of inexpressive health insurance are "shared responsibility" programs, dependent on the majority of those covered to remain healthy, while majority pay-outs go to the sickest minority.

Yet, right-wing media pretends coverage is not a "shared responsibility", that we should all take care of our own selves. citizen who claim this have never faced 0,000 per year cancer treatments on a working class income. And they clearly don't understand their own immediate financial jeopardy if they were to lose coverage. Or, what can and will happen to their own children, if their neighbor's children remain uncovered.

Scientists claim our planet is overdue for a major disease epidemic, while history clearly dictates that all of our politics, education, science and weapons won't safe us against the onslaught of disease. And the media is clearly failing American citizens by not instructing us accordingly.

Is it fair to say that citizens who do not push for immediate affordable and adequate health coverage for all persons residing constantly or temporarily within our borders, are decidedly unpatriotic? Is it fair to say they don't even care about their own children? You decide.

Should every person Have health Care?

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