A Quickie Trip Into The Healthcare Debate Shows Us Just How Completely We Are Ruled By Our Corporate Masters.

From a Saturday New York Times Story on the looming health care battle royale:

But critics argue that with low administrative costs and no need to produce profits, a public plan will start with an unfair pricing advantage.

So.....in fairness, we need to allow the private insurance industry to spend a higher percentage of healthcare dollars on administrative costs. It's somehow unfair if we don't.

And there's evidently some fundamental need for people to make money off of other people's illnesses. It would be deeply unfair if we didn't allow cancer profits.

That's their argument.

The battle is about to begin, and we need to take them down.

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A Quickie Trip Into The Healthcare Debate Shows Us Just How Completely We Are Ruled By Our Corporate Masters.
A Quickie Trip Into The Healthcare Debate Shows Us Just How Completely We Are Ruled By Our Corporate Masters.
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