And most of the 15% that are not currently insured could be if they wanted to be. A lot of the under 40 crowd don't think they need it and would rather buy a new car, go on vacation, a big screen tv- I was one for many years- my insurance was I promised myself I wouldn't need to go to the doctor.. when I did and it costs me $2,000 for a broken bone.. I went on a payment plan to pay that off, and found private insurance. Sold my new truck, bought something cheap and used the payment I was making on owning the truck for the insurance premium.<br>
There are many programs, in many states for the poor to be covered, as I mentioned earlier<br>
Work a second job, find a job that offers health care..<br><br>
And for those that truely can't get insurance, there is Medicad, and social security.. and state programs..<br>
Having it run by the federal government will make the costs go through the roof..<br><br>
Just take the rebate thing for an instance.. at first they said it would be 150billion, then 160billion, then 168billion, and now they say it will actuallly cost more than 175billion.. that's just over the past few months.. what do you think will happen with health care run by these knuckleheads?