Sylvia Plath wrote:
I never said that I do not utilize social benefits. I am merely pointing out the tea party contradiction. I am all about socializing many things
--healthcare being one of them.
I wrote : The only socializing that should be done, should be done by a group of citizens in agreance with one another, like a socializing BBQ, or a socializing open carry meet, or a shoot, etc.
Sylvia Plath wrote:
Felons SHOULD get their voting rights back if they paid their debt to society.
I wrote: No felon has ever repaid his debt to society, they have only done a sentence invoked by the court system. I have never heard of a criminal repaying a family for killing their loved ones. I have never heard of a criminal repaying the taxpayers who have supported them while they were incarcerated. Maybe the one who the crime was committed against should be his peers and the should be the ones to hand down the sentence.
There is always this corroboration of ideas that because something is federal, and we all pay into it, and eventually, or hopefully ,earn something back, that it is indeed "social" in nature.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
I would have to ask what sort of indoctrination was required to come the the conclusion that healthcare for all, in a government that can't run similar smaller organizations at any sort of efficiency whatsoever, was a "good" idea.
Recently I was diagnosed with BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo), that I know has to do with a blow to my head that I took in Iraq.
I have been telling my docs (the VA ones), several of them from California to here, about these issues,
"Oh being dizzy happens. It's perfectly normal."
I asked them if there appeared to be any issues inside my ears. Any signs of trauma, scarring etc., and they have all said "no".
That is the literal response I have had from the VA on several occasions. in order to prevent me being compensated for my ear issues.
a recent trip to a ER doc, at a private hospital, by a private practicioner, to look at my ears, where he told me, and I quote: "You have some pretty serious scarring and trauma to your eardrums. It looks like you took a blast or major blow to the head.".
Really? It took an ER doc 3 minutes of poking around in my ears to tell me that I had trauma, and had obviously taken serious damage to my ears, yet the VA docs over the course of 3 years, insist everything "Looks great in there", and that my dizziness is "normal, and happens to everybody".
The VA services an extremely small portion of the population of this country. It is minute, tiny, and insignificant in comparison.
Yet socialized healthcare is "a good idea for everyone".
Yup. Maybe most of the people who are ill can die before being seen. Seems to work for the VA.
Also, there are documented cases of the VA handing out orders to healthcare professionals to diagnose alternative illnesses to what is actually wrong, so that they may not be held responsible for certain maladies, or have to submit more expensive treatments.
Bush wiped his posterior with our Constitution, and Obama is without a doubt pulling tissue from the same roll.
The best thing a Democratic nominee could have done in this case, was to restore confidence in the people, and display adherence to the governing law of our great nation, which is the Constitution of the United States.