The battle has begun and some major shots will be fired tomorrow.
Yes, the battle to continue to deny healthcare to the 75 million uninsured and underinsured Americans is in full play now.
On the good side is our President Barack Obama and other civilized humans with their grand, worthy vision of providing health care to all Americans.
On the evil side, stand the motherf***ing scumbag group of American doctors, hospitals, health insurance companies, drug companies and their accomplices in crime.
The sole goal of these blood-sucking vampires – Prevent any reform of the existing unjust system since these greedy swines benefit immensely under the status quo.
Fearful that their profits will come down a bit, these obscenely greedy, slimey rats are working overtime, behind closed doors and in public view, to wreck any possibility of reform.
Nice Trick Coming, Tomorrow
Tomorrow (i.e. Monday), the dirty, scheming bastards plan to put out a scheme to prevent any slowdown in the growth of their gargantuan profits by promising to slow the growth rate in healthcare spending by $2 trillion over 10 years.
This is nothing but a clever trick to forestall reforms. Only the most naive would believe this bunch of rapacious bastards.
Mind you, the healthcare denial animals are not saying they will reduce spending by $2 trillion. All that these gluttonous pigs are saying is that they will reduce the cost increases by $2 trillion over the next decade.
The U.S. is already spending $2 trillion annually in healthcare and yet 75 million people are deprived of the most basic human right – Right to health care.
We wish our President Barack Obama all luck as he battles America’s enemy #1 – the healthcare denial lobby of American doctors, hospitals, health insurance companies, drug companies and their partners in crime.
The Wall Street Journal and New York Times have pieces on their web sites about tomorrow’s announcement from the group that we consider to be deniers of healthcare to the American people.
Can you be a bit elaborate on what led to the denial of healthcare of people?
Is it the cost factor, mainly, as elsewhere?
In our view, support by the Republican party, heavy lobbying and political donations to Congressmen and Senators by the dirty group of health insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, doctors, hospitals, medical equipment makers has created a system where costs constantly go up and quantity and quality of care constantly go down.
Of course, the denial of healthcare to 75 million Americans did not happen overnight but over a period of decades.
Unlike in India, there are no government hospitals in the U.S. Healthcare in the U.S. is primarily obtained from the employers, who increasingly are not offering it because they can’t afford to provide it because of the Shylock doctors, hospitals, health insurance firms and big pharmaceutical firms.
So, if the definition of genocide is expanded to include the denial of health care, America would be the biggest criminal. People are killed every day because they are prevented from accessing affordable medical care in the U.S., the so-called richest country in the world. People pretend it’s not happening but it’s an every day reality in this country.
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In India, despite having some good medical facilities, People die short of medical services. That is again, because of greed of Government doctors [who spend time in their private clinics], and private hospitals [who view it as a business and not essential services].
Only a small percentage has themselves insured. Hospitals like Chennai Gen Hospital [http://i6.tinypic.com/1zdqej4.jpg] has advanced medical devices, but we don’t know how effective and useful they are to the people. [Wonder, why leaders do not get admitted in Gen Hospitals]
Why don’t they come up with state-run hospitals for cheaper medical services for people there?
You write: Why don’t they come up with state-run hospitals for cheaper medical services for people there?
Simple reason – Lower profits.
The greedy doctor motherfu**ers, hospitals, health insurance companies et al have a rapacious appetite for money.