Commentary On Care

We live in a selfish and broken world where some people are out for themselves. It is truly a shame to see a vital resource that is keeping some folks alive being dismantled due to politics and greed. We talk about morality but to me when someones death could have been avoided and help wasn’t there then is when we should question why didn’t they have help. Faith-based institutions cannot support everyone, charities are stretched to the limit and private industry doesn’t do as much as they could for their employees. My friends I know this is a complicated issue but aren’t we to love one another, to be our brother’s keeper to help keep hope alive? When will preserving life be more important than preserving wealth? If you were in a position to help, what would you do? Wouldn’t you want your neighbor to be healthy and full of life? If you don’t have your health, what do you have?

6 thoughts on “Commentary On Care”

  1. Yes! Yes! Yes! Many people are critical of the Canadian healthcare system and certainly it is not without flaws and imperfections. But, I am alive today because of it. It worked for me and for my husband . We are both happy to still be here and happy that we have many friends who are still here with us as well. I’m spouting off here I know but you have raised a very important topic. Thank you.

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      1. I have been hearing about this as we are in FL at the moment. I am worried about all the people who must be wondering if the plan is to be repealed and dismantled what will t be replaced with and when and how will they be covered in the meantime. This biggest difference between the US and Canada healthcare is that Canadian healthcare is run by the provincial governments and not by insurance companies.

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  2. It’s time to hold our elected officials accountable. It’s obvious they are not serving their constituents, a majority of of whom are opposed to a repeal of the ACA. If our government is no longer acting in the interests of the people, then …

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  3. I definitely agree with you. My son finally got healthcare with a discount due to his low wages. Now what happens? He is paying a lot for this insurance even with the discount.

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