CharlieMC (charliemc) wrote,
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Sick for Profit

Are you having issues with Health Care Coverage???

It's time to go over and visit the Sick for Profit website, friends!

CLICK ME to visit Sick for Profit dot Com

UnitedHealthcare CEO Stephen Hemsley owns $744,232,068 in unexercised stock options. CIGNA’s Edward Hanway spends his holidays in a $13 million beach house in New Jersey. Meanwhile, regular Americans are routinely denied coverage for the care they need when they need it most.

Welcome to the American health insurance industry. Instead of helping policyholders attain the health security they need for their families, big insurance companies get rich by denying coverage to patients. Now they’re sending lobbyists to Washington, DC to twist the arms of lawmakers to oppose reform of the status quo. Why? Because the status quo pays.

I'm lucky to live in Oregon and be able to use the Oregon Health Plan. Recently Marilyn mistressmarilyn said to me, "If Oregon can do this, why can't other states?" You know what? That's a very good question!

People need health care -- and they need it NOW.

And don't get me started on dental care, which is another story...
Tags: 2009, august-2009, health, health-insurance, marilyn
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