I voted yes, but that is mainly because since I have been a working adult I had no health insurance until my current occupation as a machine operator. I do not keep up to date with news or political views because I usually just get angry but I always welcome a different perspective on just about everything life has to offer. Please feel free to enlighten me :)
What with Obamacare coming down the pike, the government controlling your health coverage will be a disaster.
For those that did not have coverage or "bad" health coverage, yes, that needed to be fixed.
But to take the entire system and a large percentage of us that have good employer based health care coverage and completely change it, is a stupid call by this administration and I think will result in loss of good health care all across the boards for everyone!
I have 'good' insurance and live near a big hospital but my medical services suck. I always have to wait a long time for an appointment and then the insurance companies send 3 or 4 incomprehensible bills. Prescription drugs are really expensive too. Emergency room waits here are about 8-10 hours.
My brother lives in England and he never pays a cent. He says that nobody ever waits more than 4 hours in England at the emergency room.
What a travesty this will be to all of us and to the economy; Dr. Ezekiel Emmanuel and his reaper curve, more than likely, a 46% loss of doctors, higher premiums, rationed care to name some of the wonders of nationalized health care. Yessirree....just what we need.
I will work hard to get real conservatives elected and pray that America wakes up for the November elections!!!
Wish the government would get out of the way of the insurance companies (reduce mandates) and let them offer what we really want.