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On what grounds do American conservatives reject universal health care?

My brother in Georgia says, “ObamaCare is just so n-----s can have healthcare.” That is a direct quote. He said nothing when I told him that my daughter had gone without healthcare for years because she couldn't pay for it. In our state she became eligible for Medcaid under ObamaCare. Now she makes enough to purchase healthcare for herself and her son. My brother has Medicare, and his wife does too, now, but during the time my brother made his comment his wife had nothing and said she wouldn't be “forced" to get it. Georgia was one of the state's to reject expansion of Medcaid. Neither my sister in law nor her son were making more than my daughter. They could have had Medicaid here in Colorado. It would have helped my nephew so much because he had to buy his own insurance because his work was so dangerous. So as far as I can tell for many conservatives it is a race issue whether they want to admit it or not.

What would the US look like after 20 years of complete Democratic control?

What would the US look like after 20 years of complete Democratic control?20 years isn't long enough to turn around the Titanic. The US is literally sinking, and drowning, under GOP rule. We are facing a healthcare crisis of epidemic proportions.The Democratic Party leadership is the only party capable of addressing healthcare, because it is the only party willing to face the problem head on.The GOP have swept it under the rug, and fought any decent healthcare for decades; while other countries have continuously addressed universal healthcare for their residents. They are now way ahead of the United States.The US is in imminent danger of being unable to compete on a global scale, because we refuse to provide affordable and accessible healthcare to everyone.Common sense tells us a prosperous nation needs affordable healthcare, affordable housing, healthy food, education and jobs.The Democratic Party has continuously fought for these critical needs for all Americans.If a head of a household does not have healthcare, access to healthcare, or simply can't afford healthcare, then they can't take care of themselves or their families. That's just an indisputable fact.This means that they may not be able to work, are way more likely to end up disabled, and living on the public dole. This is the antithesis of what anyone wants; especially for the GOP that wants nothing to do with healthcare.The argument against universal healthcare is that the US will not be economically free. Conservatives want a market based approach to healthcare. They see UHC as socialism.The weakness with this argument is that we have less economic freedom than other countries with universal healthcare.[1] In other words, top countries with universal healthcare, that are market based, blow us away.Edit: Mauritis now has UHC.Of the largest economies in the world, the US is the only one without UHC.Of the richest countries in the world, the US is the only one without UHC.Of the countries with the richest people in the world, the US is the only country without UHC.Healthcare: If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, then our world healthcare map is a masterpiece.“America is a health-care outlier in the developed world"[2]Notice the countries in red. The US and some countries in Africa are the only places without some form of universal healthcare. Of the 195 countries in the world, the US is the only country that joins the 40 left without UHC, all of which are war torn or impoverished. [3]Edit: Indonesia now has UHC.Let's get to whataboutism.Here is a list of the healthiest countries in the world. They all have UHC, and pay dramatically less than the US for their universal healthcare coverage. Notice that the US is not on this list.The US does make #1 on the list for the world's most expensive healthcare. Note this graph is from 2014, and the gap has become worse.With all of the money that the US spends on healthcare, one would expect that our healthcare outcomes would be better than those countries with UHC, who pay much less. Sadly, this is not the case.The US has the highest life expectancy right? No.Other comparable countries have a higher life expectancy. This applies to men and women, across races, and across projections to 2030.Let's look at infant mortality rates first.Infant mortality rates were highest in the U.S., with 5.8 fatalities out of every 1,000 live births. For other countries, the average infant mortality rate was 3.6 fatalities for every 1,000 live births.[4]Edit: 02/14/2020The latest CDC US Maternal mortality rates for 2018 are out [5]""new [maternal mortality] rate, while capturing just how poorly the U.S. ranks among other countries, is actually a significant underestimate of the problem."17.4 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births. The US ranks 55th in the world…behind Russia.The US has a very high Amenable Mortality Rate compared to other developed nations. [6] [7]These stats are from 2016, and they are getting worse because the US stats are getting worse.Even worse, the Amenable Mortality Rate within the US, compared state by state is a disaster. [8]The poor southern states rank substantially higher.[9] This map is interactive. If you go directly to the citation, the range in amenable mortality rates goes from the high 90s to over 143 for MS. Alabama is 112. Georgia is 103. South Carolina is 99.9. Tennessee is 114. Kentucky is 113. West Virginia is 108.9. Facts don't lie. These states all have the same thing in common. I also didn't get into the states, like TX at 95.The US Spends less than other countries right? No.In 2016, the US was spending 10K per capita. That is 2.5 times the average of similarly situated and wealthier countries.In 2016, the U.S. spent 17.8 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP) on healthcare. Other countries’ spending ranged from a low of 9.6 percent of GDP in Australia to a high of 12.4 percent of GDP in Switzerland[10]The U.S. has the best health care in the world right? Yes and No.We do a good job with cancer survival rates. We are right up there with Japan and Canada on 5 year colorectal and breast cancer rates.We also have excellent healthcare research, and 1,000s of drugs that are in trials.Remember, we pay dearly for those drugs…more than any other country in the world. American's literally have zero bargaining power against big pharma. That doesn't sound market based.Don't get fooled by the R & D argument either. Big Pharma spends twice as much on marketing than R & D. How about we see a few less tv ads and save the money on the cost of drugs.This self serving industry article disputes this and says it's because of the cost of free drugs. [11] Then stop the free drugs!! Just make them affordable! Don't give me BS excuses.The US has lead the way with hospital safety too.[12]Here is where we struggle:[13]We are facing a shortage of doctors.We are suffering in primary care.We have coordination of care issues. This leads to unnecessary delays of abnormal healthcare tests and treatment.We have hospital bed shortagesWe have serious obesity ratesThere are many more issues than what I listed in this short essay.The administrative costs added by insurance companies, billing entities inside hospitals, extremely expensive procedures and tests, drugs and comparable surgeries, are astounding compared to other countries with the same or better quality healthcare.So what's the point?The point is that we are nothing without our health.Anyone who has ever had a health scare, or faced a family member's health concerns, knows this.We are all literally one catastrophe away from being bankrupted by healthcare costs.[14]If you are young reading this and think that nothing will happen to you, I hope that you are right, but don't count on it.If you are older and reading this, either you know what I mean, or there is a good chance that you will learn soon enough.Your health isn't solely dependent on how well you eat, how much you exercise or how much you weigh.So many factors play into it, including genetics, and accidents, outside our control.That's the whole frickin’ point of insurance in the first place! It's a hedge against risk! You already are paying for everyone else's healthcare, and it's damned expensive! You can still end up in serious debt and bankruptcy anyway, and there is a good chance of it on our present trajectory.At least UHC actually gives us a hedge of protection; not a hedge that throws us off the cliff, which is what our current healthcare insurance system does anyway.My fellow Americans, we are facing a tsunami. We must move to higher ground, and I mean that literally and figuratively.Vote Blue 2020!P.S. A damning new study about US life expectancy was just released by JAMA. [15]P.S. [16] Another incredibly well written answer backs up everything that I am saying factually and historically. Reaganomics was the doom of America, and the continued denial of universal basic healthcare, will be its absolute downfall.His conclusion here:Footnotes[1] Conservative Think Tank: 10 Countries With Universal Health Care Have Freer Economies Than The U.S.[2] America is a health-care outlier in the developed world[3] List of countries with universal health care - Wikipedia[4] U.S. health spending twice other countries' with worse results[5] The New U.S. Maternal Mortality Rate Fails to Capture Many Deaths — ProPublica[6] America’s ranking on amenable mortality is an embarrassment - PNHP[7] Mortality amenable to healthcare - Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker[8] Mortality amenable to health care[9] Mortality amenable to health care[10] U.S. health spending twice other countries' with worse results[11] Do Biopharma Companies Really Spend More on Marketing Than R&D?[12] Health Costs: How the U.S. Compares With Other Countries[13] Health Costs: How the U.S. Compares With Other Countries[14] This Is the No. 1 Reason Americans File for Bankruptcy | The Motley Fool[15] Life Expectancy and Mortality Rates in the United States, 1959-2017[16] Frank Seward's share of George Tait Edwards's answer to What does the practice of the Washington Consensus of macroeconomics/austerity ultimately produce? in RealPolitics

If you are arrested by the police, is it true that the medical expenses incurred while in their custody is the responsibility of the police department in the state of Georgia?

Generally, if you’re in custody, the costs of any medical care are the responsibility of the agency having custody of the prisoner. This is not, however, a great way to get free medical care. Health care in the correctional setting generally sucks. There aren’t enough health care providers, not enough funding, and a lot of discretionary decisions (and some that shouldn’t be discretionary) get made in favor of saving money.When I was a cop, one of the assignments I was given was to drive to the hospital and release a prisoner from custody. He had been arrested on a felony charge, and had been injured in the process of attempting to escape. The injury was severe enough that surgery was pending. The city decided that they didn’t want to be on the hook for the costs of the surgery and hospitalization, and directed that he be released. The moment I told him he was no longer under arrest, he became responsible for the bill.I think the plan was to re-arrest and prosecute him after he got out of the hospital (double jeopardy doesn’t attach until the trial starts), but I didn’t follow the case and don’t know if that happened.

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