McCain Sucks, Palin Sucks = No Bush left behind

Adiós Republicans, see you in 50 years or so!

Posted on: September 22, 2008

As Republicans scramble to socialize investment banks with taxpayer money, they still don’t think of helping 48-50 MILLON Americans without health insurance.

Hey Republican’s: F–K you!!! AND GOOD RIDDANCE!

Excerpts from “Where’s the Health Care Bailout?”

No quick federal action on the health care crisis.

No plan to provide insurance to the 50 million who are uninsured in U.S.

No rescue of the 18,000 to 100,000 people who die every year because they don’t have access to health care.

More than 50 percent of personal bankruptcies in the U.S. are now attributable to a medical crisis and 75 percent of those individuals and families had health insurance coverage.

Paul Stephens insurance meltdown, “I was downsized from my company and unable to make the COBRA payments to continue health care coverage. I did not realize that my inherited diabetes resulting in artery disease would prevent me from buying health insurance. While searching for a job I had to have quadruple bypass surgery. The result was filing bankruptcy to wipe out the medical debt.”

The government can’t seize the insurance companies.

Government intervention in the health care crisis will only make things worse.

We can’t use taxpayer money to fund a national health care system for everyone.

That’s “socialized medicine.”

That’s “big government.”

Leave medical care to the market.

And don’t look for government bailouts.

Don’t waste Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke or Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson’s time.

You’re on your own.

Barbara Calder and her family have been forced to sell their home and are leaving the country to get health care.

Insurers refused to cover her under her husband’s health insurance plan because she has a “pre-existing” genetic condition called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.

She said, “I want health insurance companies to be abolished because they aren’t in the business to care for the sick. Their main function is to make profits and the sick just get in their way.”

Meanwhile, Mr. Paulson was huddled throughout the weekend in the New York Federal Reserve’s fortress-like building in downtown Manhattan with executives from major banks and investment houses to hash out the fate of Lehman Brothers and to staunch the bleeding on Wall Street that threatened to shatter investor confidence around the globe.

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