From: Bruno Muscarelli on 18 Dec 2009 18:49
"Peter B" <original1(a)frag.com> wrote in message
Do you have anything to say, or are you only interested in slagging people?
Does this make you feel better about yourself?
From: Rod Speed on 18 Dec 2009 19:29
> On Dec 18, 11:47 am, Rachel Uchitel <lilhor...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>> As Obama has hinted, without meaningful cost controls on major
>> components of our medical-health programs, the result will eventually
>> be U.S. BANKRUPTCY!
> You need to learn ECON 101. You CANNOT control the cost of
> something. If you slap a control on it, supply will shrink or dissapear.
How odd that it didnt when Japan did just that.
> The probelm in health care is the "customer" is rarely the person who actually pays.
The real problem is that hardly anyone can afford to treat the most
expensive medical problems like a heart attack or diabetes etc.
So you have to tax everyone to pay for those most expensive medical problems.
From: Citizen Jimserac on 18 Dec 2009 20:18
On Dec 18, 4:51 pm, "Peter B" <origin...(a)frag.com> wrote:
Personally you are scum and politically even worse
> than that.
From: Marcus Aurelius on 18 Dec 2009 20:50
Aristotle, as I remember it, stated that the most important factor
with regard to human happiness is health.
He, also, stated that the purpose of a political state was to bring
"the good life" to the citizen.
Our Preamble to the US Constitution essentially reaffirms these
A "single payer" form of universal health insurance, therefore, would
be the most appropriate means
to fulfill Aristotle's and our Constitution's goals and ends.
From: Peter B on 19 Dec 2009 01:50
"Bruno Muscarelli" <BruM(a)aol.com> wrote in message
> "Peter B" <original1(a)frag.com> wrote in message
> Do you have anything to say, or are you only interested in slagging
> Does this make you feel better about yourself?
I made the point, you let the small stuff get in your way, or at least
that is your excuse to remain ignorant.
It wouldn't have mattered how I wrote it, you would have ignored it. I
am aware of that and have fun with it.