Short for Medical Care
These united States of america always has had Medical Care for ALL!!!
It just has not had the government always involved in ROBBING from the rich, which can generally afford the more costly experimental treatment than can the poor people.
Yes. Everyone one has a right to #MedicalCare.
No one has the right to steal from others to pay for the medical care they want or maybe need to live a less painful life.
My philosophy is simple: You the billionaire in this example and me, the homeless person in this example;possess every right to the absolute best medical care --- qualified with the statement -----> That each of can personally afford or get the churches, family, friends, to volunteer to help.
Neither of us has any right to get the government to force others to pay for our medical care, no matter how much we may want some very costly experimental treatment.
When individual--only paid for their medical care, it was really affordable.
When insurances entered the picture, the cost went up because the insurance had much deeper and fuller pockets.
Now that the government is involved, with much deeper pockets, the prices for the same really affordable treatment is now beyond reach for most people.
If we truly want #AffordableHealthCare we must get rid of government-provided/mandated stuff and even back the insurance industry out of the equation as much as possible.
Insurance companies increase the amount and repetition of refiling paper work, thus increasing the cost of service. Governments multiply that easily by factors of 3 or more.
Besides, I've learned and practiced (as much as I can) that some of the best health care is least costly. Plants, and such; most in the form of the foods we eat, is the pest medicine and least costly, as we can LAWFULLY grow our own anywhere we live.
All we have to do is get our governments under OUR proper control.