A poll released today shows Americans' belief in the current health care system
has risen dramatically in the last year, and support for a socialized solution to a health care "crisis" has nearly evaporated.
The latest results from Rasmussen Reports show 49 percent of Americans now rate the quality of U.S. health care system as good or excellent, to only 27 percent that still argue it's poor.
The favorable numbers reflect a 20-point jump from prior to the presidential election, when a June 2008 Rasmussen poll showed only 29 percent rated the health care system so well and 37 percent rated it poor....
Frank Dombrosky wrote: Health care is not the problem in America. Never has been. HEALTH is the problem. People drink like fish, smoke like chimneys, eat like pigs, never exercise and say that we need better health care. No, we need better health. Past generations never had the huge health problems we have. Compare their lifestyles and ours. BIG DIFFERENCE!
Got the nail on the head, Frank.
If men will not get clued up on the damage being caused by modern methods of food production and preparation and cooking, then half this world's population will be seriously ill within the next few decades. And that includes Christians, even those Christians who believe in the absolute sovereignty of God.
If a Christian eats pie and chips every day of their life, they should not expect God to miraculously supply their body with needful nutrients. It just don't work that way.
Nor should RCC attendees expect God to give them Christ by miraculously changing bread and wine into Jesus. They should go the biblical route (which is God's Way) and receive Jesus by faith, trusting in him alone for their salvation, repenting of unbelief and sin, and receiving him spiritually - NOT physically.
Health care is not the problem in America. Never has been. HEALTH is the problem. People drink like fish, smoke like chimneys, eat like pigs, never exercise and say that we need better health care. No, we need better health. Past generations never had the huge health problems we have. Compare their lifestyles and ours. BIG DIFFERENCE!
Recently, a 60 Minutes a special aired call The Cost of Dying. The program indicated that last year "Medicare paid $50 billion for just doctor and hospital bills during the last two months of patients' lives." Notice that these are "doctor and hospital bills" not home healthcare bills, rehabilitation bills, nursing home bills, medical equipment bills and hospice care bills. This figure is more than the budget for the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Education. If this does not indicate a crisis in the healthcare industry we must be blind.
The only problem with this information is the Obama Administration as well as the House and Senate Democrats are ignoring it. They have an agenda and do not care what the American people think! Pelosi's recent Saturday vote on Obamacare revealed this. She ignored the millions of petitions that opposed this bill. Her response, jail time if you don't maintain health insurance. WOW!