Looks to me like he's on government health care, but wants to deny it for others.Other than that blatant inconsistency, may be worth a look.
Hi Anony, Not quite right. I think everyone residing within our borders should have health insurance at least as good as mine (which, by the way, I pay for every month). The issue is how to secure insurance coverage for those who can't or won't procure it themselves.
Isn't the issue really good medical care for everyone? I sometimes think we lose focus framing it as an "insurance" issue.Just a thought.
Thanks for the clarification. From the bio it could be interpreted that B Thomas was a retired government employee, with private supplemental insurance. (Which is fine, I'm one.)Though Fleming is right - the issue is care, not insurance. Insurance gave us the disastrous, uncompetitive system we have today. Reinforcing failure, through more insurance, won't fix it. In order for US companies & workers to be competitive with foreign peers who have national health coverage we need the same. Burdening US companies & workers with more insurance merely continues the status quo and solves little.
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