Campaign: Rulemaking

Single-Payer Health Care should be "on the table"

In the spirit of transparency and accountability, the national health care debate must include an open and honest analysis of Single-Payer Health Care. We need a thorough analysis of Single-Payer and how it would affect the quality and costs of our health care system, compared to other proposals being discussed. In 2003, Barack Obama stated: "I happen to be a proponent of a Single-Payer universal health care plan. We ...more »

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Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

Get out of our way-stop social and fiscal manipulating

o The American people built this country through innovation and hard work. o The government began manipulating our monitary system and our social identiy and that's when our troubles began. o Close the borders so that Americans can do the jobs that alien illegals are being given. The open borders are the government's method of 'union busting' on a massive scale. It's working. The unions are busted and so is America. ...more »

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Campaign: Public-Private Partnerships

Create the Healthcare system the USA never has had

In the past, people paid health care providers directly. Then some companies got in the middle between the patients and the providers and "handled the money". I don't call this a healthcare system. I see no reason for there to be any middlemen (or middle companies) involved in healthcare. This is not like auto or home insurance where some people will never use it. Health care is something that every person will ...more »

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Campaign: Uncategorized

Remove Profit from Health Care

Health care is a right -- not a benefit. By virtue of being human and breathing (even with assistance) and/or having a pulse, every living person in our nation is ENTITLED to health care. Period. Insurance companies must be removed from the equation once and for all to allow costs, efficiency, and availability to meet the needs of all Americans.

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Campaign: Between Federal, State, and Local Governments

A Workers Compensation Manifesto

We, the Injured Workers of United States of Amrerica contend the following iniquities of the Workers' Compensation System. • The Workers Compensation System does NOT enforce its own laws and statutes already in place for the benefit of injured workers: a. Timely diagnosis and medical treatment and approval of such treatment within the time frame set by existing laws b. Timely automatic benefits within the time frame ...more »

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Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

reform Medical System in USA

US medical system is 48th in the world, even though US still remains #1 economically. Can you point out any other developed nation treating medicine & hospitals as business? It is time to stop the "business" of pharmaceutical companies & insurance companies. You are never safe with the "medical insurance". When you need it, the insurance company is sure to reject your claim. But they will go un-noticed, because the person, ...more »

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Campaign: New Strategies and Techniques

Government Insurance

Instead of bailing out banks and auto industry why doesn't the government set up a government health insurance business and offer that to people in the US... Instead of insurance companies profiting from us, why not set up a self insurance program for Americans? This would be the only thing that I would nationalize if I was Obama!

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