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How many people have inadequate care? I mean, some are tied down to living paycheck-to-paycheck, but nobody wants to talk about that in polite company. Wages in the United States are stagnant right now, which might get worse. Healthcare is supposed to be a human right, but I know arch-Republicans don’t want people to have healthcare. They, in fact, want people to die. The higher elite keeps them as their lackeys. They like pushing us humans around. The Presidency is a puppet. To them, it’s a joke, no matter who is in the White House as a cover for their actions.
Healthcare is a human right that not everybody in the United States has access to. Not having healthcare is super-stressful on many. But the elite would rather we all die from lack of care. This is the way they think. The hidden, shadowy, elite made up of a cabal of super-rich people who want to keep us using fossil fuels, keep us sick, and keep this planet polluted. Some people get inadequate support on current insurance plans available, these people feel the need to look for a job.
Arch-Republicans have no idea what other people go through when they do not have healthcare. Many people, in addition, do not receive an adequate wage. Inadequate healthcare is everywhere. If people do not have access to basic services such as psychiatry that is, and everything else, including birth control that Christian companies feel they do not have to give out in their health plans, then something is very wrong with our system. You can’t just rely on health insurance plans that are not completely able to cover an individual or their dependents for that matter. Why do you hate people so much, Republicans?
This is not the way human beings work. The two-party system is a train wreck. We need a new model of government altogether. We fight each other a lot over healthcare. Something needs to be done about single-payer. Why is big government so frightening to Republicans who are unwilling to see the truth, as well as unwilling to find common ground with their “opponents?" Yes, I’m aware Republicans want healthcare to be run by companies, not the sloppy government. But then, what good are you doing to the people who serve you. These are people who need healthcare. Your primary voting base is made up of people who cannot think for themselves.
Why do you let them imagine you will do something for them when you won’t? How much did you obstruct 44 when he was trying to get things done? How will you treat those who come after 45? You are afraid of the United States becoming less white. You are afraid of people who come here from other countries. You are terrified of having compassion for your own people who need healthcare. Adequate healthcare is part of living in a real democracy. If some people who have healthcare can’t afford aspects of their plan coverage, then we have a real problem.
Healthcare is a fundamental human right that people are being denied. Our democracy has become a joke, as it is in tatters. The way we run our system is part of our downfall. Healthcare needs to be government-run, which would improve our technology quite a bit. Everybody should be able to go to any hospital they see fit. Nobody thinks anything can be different right now, however, because we all do not see any improvement happening in legislation. The must-buy insurance law was something I disagreed with though because forcing somebody into something means they won’t actually do it, even if they ask for advice. When you tell somebody not to do something, they actually try to do what they are told not to do.