by Dale Thompson
Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 at 11:33 AM
Single payer health insurance is much better than private health insurance for many good reasons.
I don't understand why we have to be stuck with private health insurance which just wants all of our hard earned money and never wants to pay a claim or at least their fair share of a claim. I can understand part of the reason is the republicans in congress who are there to protect Wall Street and who claim that they care about us when they are seeking reelection or election to office. So that is why I support the efforts in this country to have single payer health insurance which has no rescinded health insurance and no denial of claims because of pre-existing conditions. Single payer health insurance has no lifetime or yearly caps on your benefits. For more information about single payer health insurance and how good it will be ( if we ever get single payer health insurance ) visit the internet site of ( Single Payer Action ). At the internet site of ( Single Payer Action ) you will discover that they want to have a government run single payer health insurance with NO DEDUCTIBLES, CO-PAYS, OR BILLS. So if you plan to vote republican this november then why do you want to have private health insurance that does not have consumer protections?
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