The United States needs a “One” Full Coverage National Healthcare System now.

The United States needs a

“One” Full Coverage National Healthcare System now.

Healthcare issue will never be “fair and equal” for all of the U.S. citizens until we get rid of the healthcare insurance companies. There are 18 healthcare insurance companies in the United States; Aetna healthcare insurance company had a full-year 2016 net earnings $2.9 billion and its total gross revenue was $15.7 billion; Americans should have spent those billions on goods & services! Each State should make a law that it is illegal to sell healthcare insurance in their State. Healthcare insurance companies must be stopped from selling healthcare insurance anywhere in the United States! If each State would create a law making it illegal to sell healthcare insurance in their State; then the United States can move forward and create a superior “ONE” FULL COVERAGE NATIONAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEM. 

We could have a Federal National 3% percent sales tax to pay for this “ONE” FULL COVERAGE NATIONAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEM. 

21,995,000 total number of government employees for Local, State and Federal (figure not including private government contractors and their employees and the government pension systems and corporations that receive subsidies) that have superior fancy healthcare paid for by the taxpayer (2015 report). 

…If you want a good healthcare system, make the designers of the healthcare system (U.S. representatives and senators) have it as their own healthcare insurance too. The U.S. Congress and government employees should not have taxpayer funded superiority full coverage healthcare when over 175,000,000 Americans have mediocre government healthcare coverage!

 

 

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