I was thinking more along the lines of "preventative care"Save money or put a focus on preventative care?
But....both candidates are promising to lower taxes.You get to go to the doctor because you pay a couple pennies (on the dollar) out of your paycheck
More tax money goes to health care, than to the military. How is it being neglected?Yes, we have a few government programs. But, the reason they don't work all that well is because they're not run all that well. They're programs that are on the back burner. They don't get the attention they require to be productive.
I have a simple question. What about illegal immigrants? Do they get the benefit of this free health care? If so....isn't that unfair? And if not, aren't you going to have to turn people away from the hospitals?I believe this is feasible.
Yes, but so is food....and a great portion of the world is starving. And a majority of Americans have health care already....But, health care is a basic human right, especially in the times we live in.
I do see a transient population moving into Iowa. I also see illegal immigrants moving out of Arizona, and on to California...even more than they are now. (I assume AZ will vote no)So, if Iowa says yes to state run health care ... and Illinois says no, then do you see a transient population moving into Iowa to seek health care while the private industry in Illinois combats the lack of a consumer base by raising costs to make up the difference?
I see the systems in the states that vote "yes" going bankrupt, and I am not sure what will happen to the "no" states.
And I eventually see the states that voted "yes" asking for a federal bail out.
Basically. I predict a lot more problems for the states that vote "yes"