Is it smart to let whole sections of the population not have access to health insurance. What happens when the inner city gets sick?
- justaLv 73 years agoFavorite Answer
It's going to take longer for Medicaid to end under their plan, it's getting chipped away at. The big mistake is thinking that only the inner city needs help paying for health care. It's the middle class who can't afford it, and afford the increased deductibles that the Republican plan calls for. As usual, it's the suburbanite with a starter home that will have the most problem and not realize it until it happens. I think there is a degree of smugness there, until their jobs end, or the employer paid for insurance ends.
- SmittyLv 53 years ago
uninsured go to emergency room, some pay many don't, this makes the cost of everything go up.
- Anonymous3 years ago
Wtf does "not have access" mean?
- m.Lv 63 years ago
they kill each other on a frequent basis. give me a break.
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- out2lunch4now2Lv 73 years ago
Everyone has access to health care. You have fallen for another of the left lies. The inner cities are already sick. Most of them are populated by hands-out, gimme-gimme-gimmes who can't even say "work" let alone do it. If you are trying to make some comment about the Unaffordable No Care Debacle being tweaked, you are way off base since the federal government has no authority to interfere in health care in any way, shape or form except in the military. You want health care? Get off your butt, get a job so you can afford to pay for it.
- davidLv 73 years ago
No other civilized society thinks that way. Germany, France, Italy, Australia, U.K., Canada and many others have universal health care and have NO need for health insurance. They all have a single payer system like our medicare for the elderly except it covers every citizen. ---- What happens depends on the person. Some are on welfare and they actually have "free" healthcare. Those without any healthcare usually go to work because they cannot afford a day off and spread their germs to others, possibly causing an epidemic. This is not good for anyone except they rich. The rich know that they would no longer get big tax cuts and tax advantages from the government and would have to pay for some of this.
=== Healthcare is just another aspect of the battle between the haves and the have-nots. The haves want to keep all their money and the have-nots are taxed to pay for everything ... roads, bridges, and other infrastructure so the haves can transport goods to be sold and make more money. When the 99% realize this is the real struggle and quit fighting between themselves then the haves will be in for a big shock.
- heleneLv 73 years ago
The people in the inner cities will use their Medicaid as usual.
- DroopyLv 53 years ago
Thats the thing they never we're refused service. There where an are medical centers where rhe could get service. An a hospital will not refuse services.
The issue is if they would passed a bill that covered the 10 to 20 million uninsured everyone woulda probably been fine with that but they screwed with everyones an my rates sky rocketed an coverage got worse. An the uninsured are mostly still uninsured.
- Anonymous3 years ago
People are not being stopped from buying
- JeffLv 73 years ago
Cholera outbreak spreads to the rich republicans LOL