Medicaid with supplemental insurance. Right To Medical Care For All Americans

 

   Medicaid with supplemental insurance.  That would be the best overall system for Medicaid patients. Medicaid with supplemental private insurance is the best policy.

   Like Medicare except Medicaid. That would help people and take some of the costs out of federal government expenditures. Saving the government tax dollars and giving better care to the poor. Sounds like a winner!

   All Americans deserve standard -equal rights in medical care. Equal rights to standard medical care should be the basic fundamental right of all citizens. This is the place to start in dealing with a legislative bill in Washington. 

   The right to care should be guaranteed to all Americans. Policies that help to cover costs, and regulating programs should be built around the right to adequate care, first.

     Minor care facilities that are non profit can take some of the cost out of the overall expenditures. Supplemental policies paid for by the working people who have Medicaid should be the model of coverage.

     Community facilities operating on a non profit basis that handle initial diagnosis and referrals, with emphasis on minor ailments, to treat, with major ailment diagnosis  referred out to hospitals and specialized care.   Some non profit support is needed in a system that employs private care to treat everyone.

   It is possible to get better care for less cost this way. That's what America needs. 


   Medicaid with supplemental insurance. Right To Medical Care For All Americans

   Medicaid with supplemental insurance.  That would be the best overall system for Medicaid patients. Medicaid with supplemental private insurance is the best policy.

   Like Medicare except Medicaid. That would help people and take some of the costs out of federal government expenditures. Saving the government tax dollars and giving better care to the poor. Sounds like a winner!

   All Americans deserve standard -equal rights in medical care. Equal rights to standard medical care should be the basic fundamental right of all citizens. This is the place to start in dealing with a legislative bill in Washington. 

   The right to care should be guaranteed to all Americans. Policies that help to cover costs, and regulating programs should be built around the right to adequate care, first.

     Minor care facilities that are non profit can take some of the cost out of the overall expenditures. Supplemental policies paid for by the working people who have Medicaid should be the model of coverage.

     Community facilities operating on a non profit basis that handle initial diagnosis and referrals, with emphasis on minor ailments, to treat, with major ailment diagnosis  referred out to hospitals and specialized care.   Some non profit support is needed in a system that employs private care to treat everyone.

   It is possible to get better care for less cost this way. That's what America needs. 


The Starting Point Needs To Be Standard Care For Every American

 

      Both nations in America, Democrat Party/Republican Party, want to guide the system in a direction that will result in a favored political outcome. Like a continual tug of war. One wants to go in one direction, the other wants to go in another direction. One wants the system to favor the east, the other the west. Americans just want what needs to be fixed, fixed without the continual tug of war. Politics sometimes gets in the way of reason. What should Americans do when this happen more and more in the continual legislative battles fought over every topic in Washington D.C.? How can we end the system of deadlock and stalling in our government when it comes to passing legislation, or, changing legislative decisions from the past that don't work? Like, in the matter of healthcare legislation.

    I think that in the matter of healthcare it comes down to the right of all Americans to have adequate healthcare. Americans should have the right to quality healthcare.  

    Knowing that to be true, a watchdog group in Washington should be allowed to call for immediate passage of legislation that guarantees the right of all Americans to have healthcare, equal to a standard of care that is set by the medical community. At that point, the politicians and states can work out the policies that will be put in place and can argue over what comes after that level of consideration.  Like how to get supplemental policies to lower income Americans and the care of the elderly. There is plenty to discuss. But the starting point needs to be standard care for everyone. 

   

    

      


"The Settling"

 

The Settling

In the world where we live

A time ago 

divided

Will we know

Another breaking apart

Unless someone gives

One side to another

We live

Together in speech, divided in deed

How long will contention go on?

Assaults from a drone

With laser accuracy

They will never leave me alone.

 


Can You See It? by Don Robbins - Verse-

 

Can You See It?

Sometimes, especially at night

When your setting all alone in your room

Doing something, maybe like homework

Or writing.

While your watching TV does it show up?

Like you can barely see it move out of the corner of your eye.

Dressed in white, moving across the floor

And you turn your head but it's gone.

Like a visitor watching you

Doesn't want you to see them

But they want to see you.

Why?

Are they spies?

  


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  In the future, the U.S. Senate becomes our one government. They issue their own currency called the (gov.). Skull-V-1 the evil enemy of ACTION RIDER! becomes the dictator of the Senate. His picture is on the gov. coin. Their motto is, "We Charge More You Get Less".  This text is on the T Shirt I designed along with the picture of the coin. I wanted the coin to look more realistic so I used silver and shadow in the artwork. 

   If you don't know ACTION RIDER! he is a hamster that rides a scooter that looks a lot like mine. Here's some pics. 

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Skull V 1 muoiuytain Skull-V-1  

    Vampire Zombie Skull. 

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    I just hung this shirt up so you could see it. It was delivered yesterday and I've been wearing it. The size fits and the cloth is the same quality. It is a very good print. Really clear. You can see Skull V 1 flippin the bird but you have to look close. The details are excellent. There was no fading when I washed it. There is a little color in the water while washing first time. Use cold or tap water to wash. 

     Other colors are available. It comes in men and women styles and sizes. UPS delivered this shirt. It takes about two days to process, including prints. And about two days for delivery. I use Amazon PRIME. That's free deliveries with PRIME on a lot of items. It says whether or not you get free delivery and you can track the package. Returns are free. 

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On The Truth About Obamacare- If You Wont Read The Bill - Read This+ Video

  The man making the video spells out things that are wrong with Obamacare and then says that the Republican bill makes those things worse. Problem with that is that he hasn't read it. 

   The other problem was that Democrats didn't tell people that these problems, talked about in this video, would be a result of Obamacare. 

   Another point to consider is the fact that things that were in need of changes or policies that simply did not work, were not made better by the passage of the AHCA. Some things were completely ignored and some things did in fact get worse after the bill was passed. Predictably worse. 

    The bill being considered, with respect to Medicaid. If it did take things back to where we were before Obamacare we would be in a position to add supplemental insurance as an option. Much like Medicare. - This would save tax dollars and fill a huge hole in coverage affordability for a great percentage of Medicaid recipients. Others who can not afford the supplemental policies could be helped through Human Services until they are working. 

     Giving Medicaid and supplementing policies by squeezing Medicare and using cost transference was a bad idea to begin with. Not fair to other poor or disabled people and elderly people were also threatened by Obamacare. 

    These are the facts. 

 


True Story- Kathryn Kuhlman- Reagan- Jim Jones- I believe in miracles!

True story.

    I called Oral Roberts ministries and told them that I thought Jim Jones was scheming on Kathryn Kuhlman. 

   He later came to our house in Tulsa to visit my uncle. He assaulted me and I ran him and his henchmen out of my house with a shotgun. My uncle got mad. His bodyguards who were armed, in my house, threatened me. Their harassment continued. The police came to talk to me. 

     Years later in California I was told that I could not stay at my grandmothers house. It was in a place where many people knew Jim Jones. They liked him, they didn't seem to like me. They mocked me and called me Kool-Aid boy" because the problem between me and Jim Jones started with me refusing to serve him and my uncle Kool-Aid that I fixed for myself. He tried to tell me what to do and I wouldn't have it.

    After I left the reservation where my grandmother lived, the only place I had to stay, I didn't have anywhere else to go. They didn't tell me that was the reason but I knew it was. The Kool-Aid mockery was in reference to his death in 1978. Kool-Aid was poisoned and him and his followers drank it. Many died.

    Before I left the valley where my grandmothers place was she received a phone call.  It was President Reagan. His secretary requested that I report to duty on Air Force One as Reagan's attache'.....

     Really though they didn't tell me there, while I was in California, they just put me on a bus and told me to go back to Tulsa. They called me when I got there. 

     I always thought Jim Jones would do something bad to Kathryn Kuhlman. 

     I believe in miracles.