If pro choice advocates are so against the government interfering and making decisions for a persons own body?
Topic: Operations part of a business plan
May 25, 2019 / By Felis Question:
........why are you OK with them controlling your health care?
btw.....I'm a pro choice "radical right wing religious extremist"
So Meow, You don't think the government will make "life or death" decisions regarding your health? OKKK
Mr.** Are you going to be able to afford it if it is discounted (at best) 20%?
For those who say they do not want the government to control health care, please take a second look. That is exactly where they are heading.
You are absolutely right Logan! However, shouldn't our government work at getting the industry (as a whole) under control BEFORE they begin offering health care, even if it is at reduced rates? There is no plan at all, yet they are pushing this through very quickly.
Best Answers: If pro choice advocates are so against the government interfering and making decisions for a persons own body?
Cy | 8 days ago
The issue is that the unborn have no one who can say, "I do not want to be killed just because I am an inconvenience!"
So pro-lifers stand in the gap to say, abortion on demand is WRONG.
What is really wrong with abortion is that it IS used as a form of birth control, regardless of what Obama said at Notre Dame. He claims that woman agonize over the decision. Perhaps a few do, but not the majority. And why the clinics LIE about the consequences is criminal. It is NOT a safe operation and is very intrusive. Many suffer irreparable damage and can no longer carry a child to birth.
But the business of killing the unwanted and unborn goes on - despite the moral and ethical outrage against it.
I am not OK with their being in charge of my Health care.
When did the government ever do anything well?
Cost overruns is their middle name.
Inefficency is their mode of operation.
And who picks up the cost?
That is right, We the People.
No to Big Brother and HMO's.
Government documentation costs have been part of the problem for escalating medical costs.
Doctors spend more time filling out forms than seeing patients. This drives up costs.
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Originally Answered: I have a problem making big decisions (or any decisions for that matter) question is at bottom?
From your question- I can tell that you are a procrastinator. Procrastinators put things off until the last minute in favor of doing other, more appealing activities.
I suggest that you write yourself a schedule for the day and try to stick to it. Schedule time for school, homework, snacks, and some fun time for relaxing or playing games. Write a schedule every day or use the same schedule for each weekday. Just don't out off writing the schedule!
If your school offers a class in time management, study skills, or college planning, try to take it. The only way to break the habit of procrastination is to force yourself to do things that you don't want to do. This means making a concious effort to NOT turn on the television or the computer and do your homework. Since you fear not doing things well, ask yourself if you are doing your best work by putting something off until the last minute and rushing to get it done. Ask yourself how much better you could have done had you put in more time on an assignment. There is no quick-fix forprocrastination and it's going to take work, but you can do it. Don't give up!
As for decision making- realize that you are going to make mistakes, and that's okay. Think about what you like to do and make a list of all your skills. The make a list of all the jobs you think you would like to have, if you don't already know. Choose a college that offers a variety of majors so you can switch. It is very common for a college student to change majors (I changed mine the first day I entered school!) and you don't have to know what you want to do before you go to college.
Zaza, they already do control our health care. Or I should say, they choose not to. The pharmaceutical and insurance companies have their hands in the politicians pockets. Those companies are the ones who decide the prices and coverage of our premiums and policies. The government can't do a darn thing about the american people getting fleeced by them. Washington chose a side a long time ago, they chose those companies over the health and welfare of their constituents. So in a way they are controlling the issue by not controlling the ones who run the industry.
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Single payer health coverage does not mean the government will be "controlling your health care."
However, note that anyone who has medical insurance is having their health care decisions being made by the bureaucrats at the HMO, rather than medical personnel.
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I am not OK with them "controlling" health care, but I do know that something needs to change when people are crowding up our emergency rooms with non-emergency and minor ailments. hmmm. Dr visit cost with insurance...maybe 50.00. Emergency room visit cost.without insurance..600.00-1000.00.....and the taxpayer pays for that....hello
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maybe they shouldnt control it, but id like to be guarenteed some healthcare so that i dont have to wonder how im going to pay for it.
healthcare is something that people really need. its entirely different from abortion
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You’re pro-choice… you should be able to answer that question for yourself. Either way, no one is for government controlled healthcare, or for your propaganda on the Obama Administration’s point of view on his healthcare reform. Who says he wants the government to control healthcare? It’s amazing that Republicans are against affordable healthcare.
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Medicare/medicaid as it stands now makes decisions for you body just as private insurance does. However, per HIPPA the government doesn't intrude as you are implying.
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