Capatilism and your health care- An odd couple ?

        . Quality, affordable health care for Americans is a need that doesn’t have a political party. It’s not conservative vs. liberal, black or white,gay vs. straight… it’s  an issue that effect’s every body’s life…everyday….and we’re not very happy about how things are going. We love to pat ourselves on the collective back and tell everybody else what a great country we have…and with good reason. America’s have created a melting pot like none other,achieving greatness in so many ways. Unfortunately, there is an upside and downside to the free market,and when it comes to health care, we just don’t want to accept the reality of  free market limitations. Socialism is not inherently  a dirty word. Where would millions of retired folks be today without social security?. What about us..the baby-boomers? We thought we would have equity in our homes and pensions/401k’s. The government mandated we saved some money..perhaps in hind-sight somewhat of a blessing in disguise.

                  Under our current health care system, if you leave your job..you also leave your insurance benefits. Employee’s are made to feel like indentured servants. Who can take the risk of changing jobs and giving up insurance? ? Were forced to just stay at our job,  keep quiet and capitulate. It’s time working people take control of the situation.  Workers with over one year on the job should have the right to buy portability insurance? What’s that? It would be an insurance product in someways like short-term disability..for a  monthly fee, you could buy  insurance to keep your current coverage intact (until your meet eligibility with your new employer or turn 65 ). It’ would be a product that insurance companies can sell….just like supplemental insurance…with a potential government subsidy only if

          The power to control your health care needs to be in each individuals control..not corporate America. We know corporations  do not  have our best interests at heart. Say what you might, but public sector employees have good insurance..why are we second class citizen’s over here in  the private sector.?….don’t .we deserve equal care?   Hard-working Americans of all stripes and sizes cannot  tend to their families health care.With the co-pays and deductibles,exclusions and perversions…working American’s are  not getting treated fairly.

     Capitalism and the free markets have failed to deliver what the country needs. Instead of of talking about birth control or raising taxes …it’s time we talk about today’s issues and today’s solutions. Health care for all American’s…..it’s time everybody has equal  access..odd-couple or not!      





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