‘There is no such thing as a free lunch.’
In Post Four
I stated a question, what to do, about healthcare in the USA?
Obamacare depends on insurance companies to administer payments and benefits. Because of the mandate to cover all health problems, the insurance companies are opting out of Obamacare because it is not profitable for the insurers who must keep raising prices to balance their profits vs. losses.
When the government mandated insurers must provide everyone, even fools with foolish health habits and lifestyle choices can obtain equal unlimited medical care, Russian communism philosophy failed to survive the test of time because it stifled incentives nd opportunities for everyone to prosper and enjoy the benefits of hard work and wise choices in life.
Is it wise for loving compassionate legislators to allow communistic ideology for healthcare without providing incentives for citizens to want to live healthy lifestyles to control medical costs and treatments?
There is no simple solution for USA healthcare in a free democratic country run by elected representatives.
Democracy allows for freedom of choice. When government programs do not provide incentives to benefit the wise, and instead mandates to reward fools to make foolish choices and be cared the same as deserving hard working enterprising people, resentment builds and helps to separate and divide the nation.
In My Opinion
What the world needs now in addition to love is wisdom.
It is wise for loving legislators to allow communistic ideology for healthcare, without providing incentives for citizens to choose healthy lifestyles to avoid costly medical conditions they wind up with?
Yes there must be exceptions for those born with health problems.
Legislators we vote for need to compromise for the future of our nation. If interested read a post by Citizen Tom why in the Related Source below.
If our legislators instead continue to bicker like fools, the same result in time will occur in the USA. If legislators do not compromise, it may result in what happened 3000 years ago to the wisest man in the world.
King Solomon after spending a lifetime trying to solve all the problems in the world on his own come to this conclusion in his Ecclesiastes.
For with much wisdom comes much sorrow; the more knowledge, the more grief.
After his death, his nation was heavily in debt. High mandated taxes were rejected by the taxpayers. The result was thee nation divided in two and became conquered in time.
Is our nation evolving over time to become a nation of the fittest or the foolish?
Regards and goodwill blogging.
Part One Here
Part Two HERE
Part Three HERE
Post Four HERE
Citizen Tom, When Compromise is Not an Option, HERE