For-profit health care is a sick and twisted reality that puts sick and injured people and their loved ones at the mercy of mega-corporate profiteers. Our communities all across the USA are suffering from this managed-illness-for-profit system that forces more than 600,000 people into bankruptcy every year. They are then eligible for Medicaid, which currently pay for the care of 4/5 (80%) of the patients in nursing homes.
Private companies are gambling with our loved ones' lives and legally bribing elected officials so they can continue sucking up individuals' money, as well as massive subsidy money paid by the US Government.
It's time to end this morally bankrupt practice. For-profit healthcare adds zero to actual quality healthcare -- in fact it's the enemy of quality health care because it's managed to make profit by denying claims and cancelling non-profitable policies aka dumping long-term sick and injured people so the US taxpayer can pick up the bill for end-of-life care.
The private insurance industry is all about making record profits. We are not a simple profit margin you can collect on like in a store, we are not "for sale". we are human beings, we all have families we are connected to. Which is why we need to move to an expanded and improved single payer medicare for all system. Where everyone wins and no one is left behind. We don't kick our families out we kick the rotten middle man out who is extorting us, the insurance companies, and the big pharmaceutical companies, who have bullied us into the ground. They've corrupted elected officials to the point where they can't do their jobs. It's time to do away with red tape that prevents us from having better health care.
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The majority of Americans want single-payer health care. Although no Republican lawmakers currently support HR676, introduced by (D) Rep. John Conyers, Jr. of Minnesota, there is a rising number of Republican-voters, who either strongly support or somewhat support single-payer healthcare (46%) vs Republican-voters strongly or somewhat opposed (38%) and 17% undecided. Meanwhile, 75% of Democrats favor single-payer healthcare.