Your Healthcare

Everybody is talking about healthcare. I just wanted to share my personal conviction about the matter.  I have been guilty in the past of complaining about doctors.  Seems like whenever I go to the doctor, I spend a couple of hours waiting, spend a couple thousand dollars, get a couple of prescriptions, but still have the problem I went in to cure.  Well, I have decided I am not complaining anymore.  I only complained because of the inconvenience.  I never doubted that, as healthcare goes, ours is actually the best.  I know I have always been a bit uneasy about needing healthcare when out of the country.

Given the fact that it appears hip now to demean docs, I have made the decision that I won’t join in the bashing because, it turns out, we have the best healthcare system in the world.  (See Here).  This report explains why we don’t go to Canada or Mexico to get treatment, but they do come here.

For the record, this story means that the new villains are the insurance companies. We will be hearing how bad they are now instead of doctors.

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  1. I would be interested to know exactly how many thousands of dollars insurance companies have spent to pay claims for Ms. Pelosi and her family over the decades. And yet, they’re evil. I’m grateful to God for insurance companies without whom we would have spent far more (more than we had available perhaps?) to have and take care of our precious two children.

    What’s next? Calling grocery stores greedy for selling us food, or car companies greedy for selling us transportation? So we put everybody “greedy” out of business and wonder why nobody has a job!


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