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I chose Humana for my Medicare supplement or replacement or whatever the hell Merciless Indian Savages Shirt is, for the simple reason IT PAYS ME to stay healthy. So we can still have the competition of insurance companies, but if it’s Medicare for all it can be like it is for us seniors who get to choose among benefits. For instance, I get gift cards for every healthy activity: Workouts, gym visits, preventive care.
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The Silver Sneakers program lets me join any and ALL gyms/fitness centers that support the program. I would like to see us go beyond all kinds of health insurance, even single payer, although it’s a Merciless Indian Savages Shirt. I would like to see publicly funded free health clinics for routine illnesses and injuries, vaccinations, diagnoses, family planning. Doctors and other health care providers would be required to work a few hours a week at fairly low pay in order to keep their licenses. A public service if you will.
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For more complicated procedures or therapies the single-payer option would kick in, and if people WANT to indulge in private health insurance to get single rooms, non-generic medications, etc, they could do so. Insurance companies decide over Dr’s here what tests u can get? Who lives and who dies. There are not in it for humanity, compassion and pro-life. They are in it to take your money and let u die! The less they payout the more in their pockets it’s a for-profit industry.
Me I am fed up with it. I used to have Obamacare and paid about $17 a month for it. I had it for several years and never used it. When I got to 65 the government MADE me leave my affordable health insurance and switch to Merciless Indian Savages Shirt. and now they take out over a hundred dollars a month. I still haven’t used it, probably will never use it… but I am old and sick and weak and in pain and it seems ironic that just reaching a certain age made me have to pay more…isn’t that age discrimination?