MAKE GOVERNMENTAL HEALTH INSURANCE AVAILABLE FOR EVERYONE–THIS IS THE ULTIMATE PUBLIC OPTION

Make Governmental Health Insurance Available for Everyone

As it now stands, we have the Medical Associations, Senators, Representatives, and Pharmaceutical firms all claiming we are headed for bankruptcy, socialism, and probably a satellite of China, if we provide health care for the rest of our citizens. Those 50 million citizens amount to the combined population of Canada and Australia. Of course we could easily finance the cost of Medical Insurance for all of our citizens if we would make it a mandatory five year sentence for any Representative, Senator, or any other governmental employee who receives money from outside sources to pay for a vote either for or against medical care. To raise the ante, we could make it a mandatory seven year sentence for any company or member of a Medical Company who contributes money pay for a vote.

I am certain that we could easily provide medical insurance for everyone without going bankrupt, becoming a satellite of China, by adopting the same medical insurance that Representatives and Senators now enjoy. We need to remove bribery as a way of life from the our elected and appointed officials, because bribery may in fact be a form of Socialism for the privileged members of our nation. It is hard to believe that one life is more important than another.

We as citizens must make our voices heard and tell our members of Congress that we expect them to forgo accepting bribes for votes. The health of our citizens should be as important as their own health.

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