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Improving Health Care

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 2:31 PM
Cato, Heritage and Reason emag have excellent information that shows how government spending has contributed more to medical costs than any other single cause.
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Improving Health Care

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 2:26 PM
A nit, did you mean 'here' when you typed 'her'? And you are right, no one has yet survived life, which is to say that no one lives forever and so your quibble is correct. Your illustration is inane but your point is good even if demeaned by your self righteous attitude. Were MediCare to be eliminated, as if, and health care consumer to return to paying for their own it would go a long way toward ensuring our governments, and nations, economic continuance. On the other hand there are and will always be those who genuinely need other help. That's what private charities are for, not government.
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Improving Health Care

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 2:17 PM
First, your insurance company cannot deny care only payment, unlike the government which can and will deny both. Second, our current health insurance system is inverted. We insure against ordinary costs while determinedly ignoring the possibility of catastrophic, life threatening injury and illness until we are faced with it and lack adaquate insurance.
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Improving Health Care

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 14, 2012 2:04 PM
Try reading his books More instead of criticizing a short piece for a daily epublication. Jeez! What's important about Stossels piece is that he tells the truth. Anyone with an ounce of curiosity will go to Google and find the details. Oh! By the way, both Cato and Heritage "supported" the insurance mandate as necessary to plan implementation in their studies of HillaryCare, RomneyCare and ObamaCare even though both foundations oppose the policy.
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Socialist or Fascist

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 2:29 PM
So we are advised by your holy book to unite behind Obama in the interests of continuing our society? Or are we urged to unite against him and his anticapitalist policies?
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Socialist or Fascist

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 2:22 PM
It has only been since the Johnson administration that light skinned blacks have identified themselves as black. Persons of color are not nearly so stupid as too many others believe. If there is a percieved advantage to self identifying as one race or another then those with the opportunity will make the choice that works to their advantage. If you truly believe what you have written then your are a bigotted fool and would do well to educate yourself in the history of race in the United States.
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Socialist or Fascist

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 2:17 PM
Thank you for your insight.
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Socialist or Fascist

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 2:15 PM
And yet the erosion of constitutional government continues in the United States. It is the natural state of government to dominate society. If we are to remain free to pursue our own interests it is necessary to be at constatntly at war with the advocates of ever larger and ever more expensive governments.
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Socialist or Fascist

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 2:11 PM
With all due respect Dr. Sowell I must disagree with your choice of terms. Historically socialism has been, and still is, the control of putatively private industry by government while it is communism that is defined by government ownership of industry. Facism is a coercive methodology used by governments, and too often, social or political movements to establish and maintain control in the business and social arenas. Political correctness is one stark example of facism under this definition while the fallen U.S.S.R. exemplifies state ownership of industry. Russia is currently moving from its democratic period into a reign of socialism that may well culminate in the re-establishment of communism.
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Searching for a Surrogate

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 11:33 PM
I'm glad to read that I'm not the only reader annoyed by TH's prudish attitude toward language usage. It reminds me of Carlins seven deadly words routine, but without the humorous treatment. And with TownHall it's more like seventy or maybe seven hundred when you count various combinations and phrases. Really TH staffers, they're just words. If you refuse to be offended they're actually quite useful.
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Searching for a Surrogate

Kruelhunter Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 11:27 PM
I wonder abut her. I'm tempted to believe that she genuinely doesn't want the job.
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