At 8/18/11 10:18 PM, GiantDouche wrote:
At 8/18/11 09:58 PM, ohbombuh wrote:
HEY GUYS BAD STUFF CAME ONTO ME FROM NOWHERE (not inferior genes,when bill told me that he got pancreatic cancer i almost felt bad until he told me that it came from his poor genes! what a fucking asshole!
It's not like it came from nowhere. Natural selection is at work.
smoking,for future reference in this thread, lung cancer accounts for 3% of cancer cases. stop being fucking idiots.
or overexposure to radiation)also rare.
Consider all the different kinds of radiation. I'm not just talking about nuclear plant workers.
AND IT'S YOUR JOB TO FIX IT (I can only convey sarcasm in all capital letters and so can my critics)AND BY YOUR JOB TO FIX IT I MEAN THAT A HUNDRED THOUSANDTH OF A PENNY FROM EVERY PERSON IN THE UNITED STATES INCLUDING MY OWN PENNY WILL GO TOWARDS FIXING IT AND ALSO WHEN YOU OR SOMEONE IN YOUR FAMILY GET SICK WITH A LIFE THREATENING ILLNESS EVERYONE'S PENNY WILL DIRECTLY HELP YOU AND YOU PROBABLY WONT BE CRYING ABOUT UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE THEN
1. That racks up with all the unnecessary expenses of universal healthcare. It would hardly be a small cost out of each salary when you consider a nation of health problems.
2. I wouldn't force others to fix my family's health problems. It's my family, not theirs.
Also, forcing other people to pay the cost of something doesn't actually change the cost.Um, yes it would lol. We would save money with universal health care. You don't understand the difference between privatized health care and public health care because you are a moron. I do not blame you for being a moron but please do not try to argue a subject which you know little about until you decide to educate yourself.
State reverse of opponent's point, provide no evidence, generically insult opponent, assume everybody will vote my way, ego-profit.
Also I'm curious, how exactly do you and the other fucking idiots in this thread think that universal health care works? You don't just get a fucking bill in the mail that says that Joe Anderson from Iowa broke his knee and you have to pay for his $1000 medical bill. Everyone pays towards it and the end result is that it is much more affordable and beneficial to the vast majority of Americans.
Don't be absurd. The government gets a bill and just taxes everybody more. The problem there is that not every expense is necessary or even deserved. If the people in question could take out a long-term loan and pay off their expenses, they'd be worth it (and that could happen privately). But if people rack up such a huge bill that they could never pay it off compared to investments in other areas, society as a whole gets a net loss from devoting time/energy/resources to pulling them back up.