(12-23-2013, 12:10 AM)Wayne5 Wrote:(12-22-2013, 11:37 PM)Softy Wrote: Hi Wayne5,
Not trying to differ with you here,,,in fact agree,,,think England
draws the line at 80,,,and others,,,maybe they pull it off,,,
and things are too expensive here,,,by comparison,,,and yeah,,,
should say website is not working when it is,,,by the same token,,,
not saying anything,,,when security is compromised,,,or when it
doesn't handle enough to get everybody signed up,,,is not a good
Glad you have something that works,,,I would still prefer private,,,
with a little competition for performance and price,,,single payer
universal sounds to much like Veterans Administration here,,,
well .gov run system,,,Australia sounds better with a bit of both...
Softy, the woman that worked at the convenience store down the street from me died at 50 because she couldn't get a bypass operation. She could barely walk and she was still behind the counter working a week before she excepted hospice and died.
The line is in the wrong place. Texas isn't number 50 in healthcare for nothin.
Well that is bad,,,not trying to defend Texas here Wayne5,,,
or its healthcare system,,,or lack of it,,,
In Canada, Ontario's Consent and Capacity Board can overrule a family's decision
about whether to continue life support for an ill member.
just pointing out the fact that lines will be drawn,,,and the politicians will
ignore it,,,or deny it,,,and play games with us,,,
and the Obamacare software should have worked from day 1,,,
if this stuff is important...