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Do you really believe that people without insurance -- all people? even some smaller but significant percentage of people? The guy with appendicitis was having symptoms for ages. Then we have people who have money and use some of it to buy insurance. That's right - people who have money but choose to use it to buy other things.

-- who are without insurance are simply "irresponsible" spendthrifts, throwing their money away on foolish trifles? He had a baby on the way and was worried what an ER visit would do to his family financially. For the most part, those other things are children, which they shouldn't be having if they can't afford insurance. The middle class will have to pony up the money to cover all these people who are choosing to take the chance on their health by not bothering to get insurance.

Can we please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please please just ignore Curlcoat?

She's popping up in every single thread about poor people.

He had a baby on the way and was worried what an ER visit would do to his family financially.

He waited and waited until it was finally too late. When people do not have insurance, they often forgo care that would identify problems treatable now, but perhaps fatal if not caught.

The net cost of the coverage expansions would be more than offset by other spending changes that CBO estimates would save 9 billion over the 10 years, and by other tax provisions that JCT and CBO estimate would increase federal revenues by 9 billion over the same period.

(The 9 billion figure includes 4 billion in additional revenues estimated by JCT apart from the excise tax on high-premium insurance plans and billion in additional revenues from certain Medicare and Medicaid provisions estimated by CBO. Tell you what - if you can get them to quit spending the money on wars, I'll reconsider my opposition to paying to insure everyone in the country.

Huh - I thought Appendicitis hit fast (it did with me - woke up feeling ill, finally saw a doc a littler after 12, was in surgery soon after that). Do you really believe that people without insurance -- all people? even some smaller but significant percentage of people? First, I don't believe that all people are without insurance because of stupid things they have done, but they can be handled by minor changes in the insurance laws.If I would have died then, I would have been part of a statistic of uninsured and dead - but NOT because of it. I have also supported a public option akin to Medicare / Medicaid / Tricare with a sliding scale for buy-in based on income. How much more do we need to pay out so the irresponsible can do whatever they want whether they can afford it or not? He had a baby on the way and was worried what an ER visit would do to his family financially.Another bit that I read today (can't recall where) blames a death from appendicitis. How much bigger do you want the gap to be between the haves and the have nots? Another bit that I read today (can't recall where) blames a death from appendicitis. He waited and waited until it was finally too late. When people do not have insurance, they often forgo care that would identify problems treatable now, but perhaps fatal if not caught. ) people without insurance CAN afford it, but just choose to spend their money on yachts & i Pods and such. People who truly have no money are covered by Medicaid.OK, lets say that it is actually true that all of these people died only because they didn't have insurance.What else do you want to protect people from that they bring on themselves? ) people without insurance CAN afford it, but just choose to spend their money on yachts & i Pods and such.

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