That’s Right Nate

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Health Care Problems Cause by “Whiners”

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One nice thing about being a small businessman is that I am not required to provide benefits for my employees.  If you’re too sick to work you don’t get paid.  As a result my employees have a tremendous record for not taking sick days.

Recently, I was thinking of what John McCain and Phil Gramm had said about the only economic problems really being caused by whiners.  What a lot of lefties don’t reallize is that most of this country’s health care problems are caused by the exact same whiners.  Whiners like Michael Moore.

What happens when people get insurance is that right away they feel they have to use all their benefits.  If you have a dislocated shoulder and you have health insurance you suddenly feel the need to have a doctor set it instead of popping it back in yourself.  Every fever or cold requires a trip to the doctor.  Elective surgery?  Oh sure I get that too?  Awesome!

Whatever happenned to walking injuries off?  Nowadays, you break a bone and right away you want an expensive cast and if you’re in pain–you need a $50 perscription for pain relievers.  A $12 bottle of Jack Daniels won’t do anymore.  Whine, whine, whine.  Where are my benefits?  If we really want to get health care costs under control then let’s get the winers under control


Written by thatsrightnate

July 14, 2008 at 5:48 pm

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  1. There are really no limits to the greed of the working poor.


    July 14, 2008 at 8:20 pm

  2. That should be a bumper sticker


    July 14, 2008 at 8:32 pm

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