Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Someone should do a study on this.

Someone should see how many people commit suicide while trying to get medical care when they don't have insurance and are going through the red tape to get the medical help they need so they can hold a job again.

Actually, just study how many people commit suicide because they have to deal with healthcare bureaucrats who don't seem to realize that they are literally screwing with someone else's life.

Nice tactic there. Let's either drive them to take their own lives because they can't take being sick anymore or string things out until their illness takes them. Heck of a way to save government money by killing off past tax payers, who with proper treatment could pay taxes again. Ironically, it appears easier to get help if you have something incureable or if you've never worked.

Talk about fostering codependency.