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Chet Ruminski Wrote:
I very clearly associated the scandal of the AR15 to the disregard for human life with this lead in introduction:
"Just to point out the casual disregard for human life stories like this were common after the introduction of the AR15 in Viet Nam and each one cost a soldier his life." It was relative to the point that people disassociate human death and suffering when cost becomes a factor. It is pertinent to health care because death and suffering are omitted from the conversation.
Then why didn't you say that?! Why are you mad at me for responding to your exact words?
Your posts don't ever seem to make sense. It's like you're thinking out loud and expect everyone to understand what the hell you're talking about.
Chet Ruminski Wrote: Insurance coverage and care are used as the same condition when in fact that is hardly ever the case. Many soldiers died tragically because known defective weapons were issued. Many insured individuals tragically can't use insurance because of limitations of healthcare covaerage. There are multiple tragic scenarios that are ignored and that is wrong. If people can't afford to use it then they must be suffering and dying. I don't know if there are any numbers but I will look.
Tens of thousands of Americans died because they were sent off to a far off land to fight in a stupid war. Why do you care what weapons they used?
Millions of Americans who were denied healthcare now have it. It may not be the best care in the world, but at least they have more access to that care than they used to.
You know who wanted to give people care that they desperately needed? Your nemesis Hillary Clinton.
Now we have to play defense instead of building on the progress Obama made. Thanks, Bernie or busters. I hope it was worth it.