Republican Ideas for Healthcare Reform

 

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Allow people to buy insurance across state lines provided they can get sick in both states.

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Emphasize preventative care, mostly by raising your voice when you tell the working poor: “You also can’t afford PREVENTATIVE CARE”.

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Reduce the requirements to become a medical doctor to watching six episodes of Quincy.

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Make the entire hospital the emergency room.

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Reduce the cost of prescription drugs by allowing citizens to make their own on their stove-tops.

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Make surgery free but quadruple the cost of anesthesia.

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Program to ship America’s poor children to third world nations where UNICEF will vaccinate them for free.

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Shut down women’s clinics and instead assign the task of breast exams to America’s perverts.

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Partially fund health care by filming prostate exams and selling the videos as gay pornography.

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Pay for it by processing the deceased into Soylent Green, which, as Donald Trump will attest, contains only the best people.

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12 thoughts on “Republican Ideas for Healthcare Reform

    1. You don’t want our healthcare system, John. It is a nightmare… even for the insured…

      You might be covered in one hospital; but, maybe one of the doctors that sees you isn’t on your insurance. That’d be a few thousand dollars right there. It’s easier to die.

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      1. Yes, I know about your healthcare system. Unbelievable it’s so bad that sick people is suffer because they don’t have insurance who is expensive. We have health care insurance included in taxes and everyone, if you work, are unemployed retired or what ever, have entitled to equal care. A medical visit here costs around $ 50 and if you have to be hospitalized it costs $ 13 per day, all include, food medications and all care. Should you be cared for longer than 30 days, it costs half, around $ 7 each day as long as you need care. In the 1970’s it was completely free, in the 1980´s the state began to charge and then increases the cost of each year, but compared to your system’s is our health care a dream.

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