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    • How do you think that is better than our universal  system?  I suspect if you checked into what your company pays to provide less coverage to  you than the taxes they and you would pay under our system you would find your company would actually be paying less . Cost to you for your daughter's  check up under our system on top of what was paid in taxes for the system?  $0.00
    • I am only going to jump into this on the medical part because I too have company provided health insurance and agree with @quadmaniac. Just got a bill from the doctor for an outpatient visit in August for my daughter after we went to the beach and she got knocked over by a big wave. She was ok, but wanted to have her checked out. The pediatric office visit was $211 and after my insurance it came to out of pocket $141.  Used to be $25-30 copay before Obamacare. That's a real world example right now. I have to meet a $4000 deductible and then my insurance will cover everything. So what I do now is have my insurance and also an HSA for these medical bills like this. I know that a sneeze or cough to the doctor will be over $140 each time. My regular doctor costs me $110 out of pocket. Crazy, right?  Physicals and vaccines are free. Flip side, my relative who works off the books part time and part time in a very low paying job, gets medical for almost nothing. I work hard and get nailed, how is that right?
    • Business taxes pay a big part of our universal health care but so do income taxes. It is not all on businesses. It's useless trying to explain the  fact that health care expenses for both business and individuals is actually cheaper in our universal systems than it is under your for profit system,  The brainwashing the military/ industrial complex and the ERW have been  giving Americans for the last century has  been far too effective.  Too bad there are too few  who remember the tax system of the late '40's through to  the beginning of the '60's that actually encouraged businesses and the rich to  invest in the US and the boom  it created.  Those days are long gone. They started going away with  business's "tax reforms" and really accelerated with Reagan  and the decline continues with the rich getting richer and the erosion  of the middle class those "reforms"  have created. But of course all that is fake news to the true believers.
    • Airborne, that's cool! Not very many understanding folks around these days. Grew up in Manhattan, a town of about 1500, ten miles away from where I live now. It's not 1500 people anymore. The main city in our area is Bozeman,  Belgrade, (where I live now)was 10 miles away and about 2000 people, another 10 miles Manhattan,  another 10 miles Three Forks. Three Forks was about the same size as Manhattan,  1500 or so. It is Headwaters of the Missouri River which runs into the Mississippi. 3 different rivers come together hence the name Three Forks.  Anyway, all of these towns were quiet communities and stretch across a beautiful valley that's about 35 miles long and about the same wide. When I was in high school Bozeman was 19,000 people, it's a state college town and had about 8000 students. Fast forward 40 years to today. Bozeman itself is about 60,000 and has 17,000 students (pre Covid) and is almost joined to Belgrade. Belgrade is about 13,000 people. Manhattan is about 6,000 people and Three Forks about 4,000. Figure there's about 160,000 in the valley now.  All of that to say, as a kid, there were farmers and ranchers that would let us ride their thousands of acres of property because we were responsible and respectful. We just loved being out and weren't out to destroy anything or tear anything up. As they passed away and their kids sold off land, developers and wealthy out of staters bought their "piece of heaven" and closed everything down.    Great to hear you talked with those kids and showed understanding and kindness. Like I said not very many understanding folks these days. Hopefully they will continue to be responsible and respect.  We may not have the private sector to ride anymore but have outstanding forest service trail access so very thankful for that. It seems that even with the influx of people there's not a lot of them that are heavy into ATV's at least in our valley. Hardly see or hear anyone when we're out.😁
    • Bingo! If you want to take care of the poor, the rich ain't gonna pay for it and it will be on the backs of the middle class.  It's that way all across Europe and it's what the Yellow Vests were protesting. Bloomberg is spending billions trying to get Biden elected to get Obamacare back because the people are demanding some solution to healthcare and he doesn't want to pay for it with Medicare For All.

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