Neat. Honestly, it’s stuff like this and company stocks and such that blockchain makes more sense to me for than currency.
Tag Archive: Healthcare
Comment of the day:
Gee, what a surprise! You mean to tell me that a law that hired no additional doctors but instead 12000 IRS agents, encouraged primarily freeloaders to join the system, spent more than a billion on an insecure website developed at the last second, and billions more on silly marketing videos, massively subsidized a whole bunch of healthcare exchanges (which promptly funneled the money to Obama cronies, interests, and senators) that are still too expensive to stay open, has increased our healthcare costs?
Democrats architected it to be more expensive, based on math that shows that things get more expensive when everyone is covered, and knew it would be when they passed it, but somehow took it on vague socialist tyrannical faith that it would make everything better and are now sticking their fingers in their ears every time news comes along that it indeed is more expensive and costs Americans jobs.
Once again the gun-control lobby is trying to use this latest massacre as a pretext for further trampling on American’s 2nd Amendment rights – although this time the arguments for doing so are even thinner and more ridiculous than usual. Meanwhile, the shooter had a long history of mental issues and therapy – therapy which kept him entirely focused on himself and his own self-esteem.
There are bills to help fix America’s broken mental healthcare system – bills which existed before the recent shooting and enjoy bi-partisan support – but the Democrat leadership is doing their best to stop them. If gun control isn’t passed, Democrats won’t let anything pass.
But hey, at least now there’s a whole bunch of bureaucracy in between you and anything actually medical.
We’ve fixed healthcare!
On the plus side, Obamacare might screw up the insurance industry so much that everyone has to pay for everything in cash anyway, and we’ll end up with a market despite it all.
All this bureaucracy makes us healthier, right?
- Patients asked to find new treatment locations because of their carbon footprints.
- Euthanasia a significant part of the system: 60,000 unknowingly put on “death pathway” each year – that’s one third of elderly deaths in Britain each year.
- Fertility treatments denied to desiring couples.
Sounds lovely. Oh, and back here: healthcare savings by cutting out tests.
Obamacare lowering healthcare costs is about as realistic a promise as those “net spending cuts”.