Thursday, September 10, 2009

No American Should have To Choose Between Health-care And Booze, Designer Jeans and Protein Powder.




I might also add that no American should have to choose between heath-care and Harley's, between health-care and chrome rims, between health-care and a cool sound system, between health-care and cigarettes, between health-care and cable TV, between health-care and cell phones, between health-care and gold jewelry, between health-care and extreme tattoos and piercings, between health-care and flat screen TVs, between health-care and fast food, etc.

If someone chooses to smoke 2 packs of cigarettes per day at a cost of $450 per month, should taxpayers be required to pay for his health insurance because he can no longer afford it?

If an illegal alien sends half of his income back to Mexico to support his extended family, should taxpayers be required to pay for his health insurance because he can no longer afford it?

If health-care is so important, why are so many people unwilling to make the personal sacrifices necessary to be able to afford the cost?

Do you have anything to add? Leave a comment.

3 comments:

pelicanmarsh68 said...

Nothing to add, Gary. You seem to have it all covered. Excellent post!

Matt said...

Seconded! Excellent sir!

oop_master said...

What the [common] sense?!