07 October 2009

executive division

no results, and we continue a mounting patience patient offensive.

nationalist health-care of the so called right. we are the consumer, what we say goes. the easiest route to success would be to bend the rules to aid ourselves, but only certain changes will be made to the health-care industry guarantor processes and procedure. but it would put the patient in control, individual policies, an exchange, a welfare option to produce competitive pricing. i don't understand being fined for not buying into a coverage option, but maybe the big pharmaceutical industry has promised to only bribe, i mean lobby, if such a clause is included. if so i think a sanity clause should be included for those driven to madness by health-care assurances to be given free drugs anytime someone mentions the word politics.

socialist healthcare of the so called left. i understand, big brother can shoulder in the protection, threaten a provider of coverage or care, if certain expectations are met, but if this is true, any retaliation would be met, face to face, by the patients, not the politicians. the recipients would be fodder for a political war.

its much easier to protect the consumer, not so much on the side of ethics, but consumer electronics don't rip off the political ecologists. i mean to say, instead of waiting in line, American consumers get immediate treatment, one logical step is to make it affordable. socialize, nationalize, or idealize, health-care is a goal for everyone who doesn't jump out of airplanes.

socialist health-care would mean, raising the rates, the taxes, to cover the means, even if the cost of living wages standard has not increased. nationalist care provides coverage none can meet in a financial melting pot, and this situation has driven the consumer into a corner. socialist medicine has lines, and shortages, and because the tab comes before the revenue in socialist countries, the simpler and less apparent problems go overlooked and unnoticed, until the next fiscal cycle, or that is until the next round comes up and the bill has gone down. socialist medicine holds people back from the starting line of health-care. how strong must you be before your illness, as a stock market mentality of what heaven's humanity should be, keeps pushing back the aid or the arrival of state of the art options due to cost.

the executive division is what it's called when a people cant decide on this simple outcome. we wait. big brother still tells us we owe him money for having our children, and we wait. politicians become known for being great obstacles of social justice, and we wait. off a cliff or out a window, aristocratic bureaucrats should be dealt with accordingly. nationalist care and you provide affordable care, socialist and you afford providable care, or denizen and you dream of medicines already invented being brought to your home in the impoverished world. every moment of abstinence is time lost stabilizing economic value and emotional fortitude.

whichever side of the aisle you reside, i want you to know that not choosing one or the other is torture, through and through. the ability to produce coverage is there and we wait.