(Lucas: Interesting statement by Romney. If we see so many people in debt due to health bills and not being able to pay the health bills at all, the two class system healthcare for those who can pay and for those that can not, should be addressed. We see so many people die of diseases that could have been cured if they could pay those costs to get the best and newest treatment available and even natural and non-toxic healthcare.
People die indeed of ignorance of what is possible and of a system that is not right and should be fair to everyone and available and affordable for everyone not only those who can pay for it. Right. Rethink the statement: could we have a better healthcare system if we saw people in a different holistic way and if we saw that health comes from within our BEING. What if we stopped treating people only in curing symptoms and giving people toxins from the bio-chemical pharmalabs that want to sell us their drugs, remedies and vaccines. What a world of health change would that give. But as long as the NWO propagating governments and illuminati/dark cabal and banksters of this world are still in power this will not change. It will not change by choosing a new president. It only will change by changing the system and going back to what is the best for all human kind not a few individuals, group or a system. People go change it! ) (photo: Steve Rhodes via flickr)
President Obama’s challenger Mitt Romney is facing criticism over his remarks Thursday that uninsured Americans are able to have their healthcare paid for if they simply go to the hospital.
Romney told the Columbus Dispatch newspaper people do not die from lack of insurance, saying: “No, you go to the hospital, you get treated, you get care, and it’s paid for, either by charity, the government or by the hospital. We don’t have people that become ill, who die in their apartment because they don’t have insurance.” In fact, a 2009 study by researchers at Harvard Medical School found 45,000 people die in the United States each year due largely to a lack of health insurance and inability to access quality care. That comes out to one death every 12 seconds.