> bruh don’t tell me you’re a resident of hoboken!
i’ont think i’m capable of feeling more sorry for you, dude.
^ lmao… word, I respect that. Nah not hoboken this crib is in the bricks. I had just renovated the 3rd floor last year the ceilings got damaged so did the original hardwood flrs. Prolly looking at 15-20 for all the repairs. I need double that tho from the ins company.
I’m all for affordable health care. The private sector in the medical field will bring down cost through INNOVATION. Obama care will ruin innovation, making health care a bureaucratic routine.
When the telephone was invented, only the rich could afford one. Then, through innovation, improvement, and capitalistic manufacturing, its cost went down and now everybody can afford a telephone. Can you imagine what would have happened if the federal government had come in and obliged companies to build the exact same model for the next 100 years? Think about it. The federal government WILL NOT, and I repeat, WILL NOT make your lives better.
I get it, you’re pissed. You possibly have a friend or a family member that got fucked over without proper health care. That’s totally understandable. Greed and corruption can be found at all levels. BUT, trusting the federal government (the same people that put you where you are, and kept you there) is just not the right way to do it.
So the US is about to go down the proverbial shitter regardless of who is vote in?
> British people that act like they have a vast understanding of US politics
SMH at people on Twitter/Facebook all ‘Vote for Obama. The world needs it!’ nah bruh sit the fuck down you don’t even vote in the British elections so how the fuck you gain such an insight into the American politics? I’m intrigued please enlighten me
Look man, I agree with you. The medical field needs to be more competitive and innovative. The situation is bad for a lot of people who need health care and can’t afford the outrageous prices. But making it into a federal program is going to worsen it. It’s going to bring down the quality of the care, but its high cost paid by taxpayers will remain the same. You watch.