GOP and conservatives against government healthcare BUT are OK with bailing out Wall Street and businesses?

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April 21, 2019 / By Ahiram
Question: It seems so. GOP and conservatives always whine and complain about a government run healthcare system for lower income Americans... Yet apparently they're perfectly ok with our tax money going to greedy pigs in Wall street, banks and corporations...Apparently there is No complaint here! @ John And I've met a lot of conservatives who can't provide a constuctive argument...and your the biggest! Congrats yourself
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Susannah Susannah | 4 days ago
Good point, but if the reforms pass the USA will not be getting government healthcare. People will have the option of taking up government health insurance. I do not understand why so many Americans have fallen for lies about healthcare in the USA, abroad and also the planned reforms [1]. I mean, if the healthcare system in the USA is so good, why have no other nations taken it up? Could it be due to the following facts? FACT - the USA spends more on healthcare PER PERSON than any other nation on the planet [2]. FACT - the US has higher death rates for kids under five than western European countries with universal health coverage [3]. Or if the US healthcare system is run so well, why not run the fire service like the healthcare system? [4] Maybe that is because in the USA, insurance companies push up costs, buy politicians and refuse to pay claims that people pay for [5]. (Look up Wendell Potter on YouTube to hear more if the link below is too long.) Obama wants to make insurance cheaper, stop insurance companies from refusing health coverage to those with pre-existing conditions, and make sure they pay out when they are meant to [6], a system similar to that which works in Taiwan [7]. He debated this before he was elected [8]. Is it right that a dead American four year old would have had a better chance of life if they were born in Canada, Cuba, Germany and so many other industrialised nations with universal healthcare? If you think my arguments are wrong, e-mail me with proof. But if you can not, let Obama try to help America. If he fails, vote him out in 2012.
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Susannah Originally Answered: Causes of the crash of wall street in 1929?
To me the main cause of the great depression stem from a financial system collapse. This happened after most of the large economic powers moved to 100% fiat money. Without the Federal Reserve Bank to stop the financial meltdown, a very bad depression was inevitable. This is how I would rate causes of the great depression. 1. The major economic powers completely abandoning the Gold Standard, and moving to fiat money. 2. A stock market crash on wall street. No Fed intervention to stave off disaster. 3. Many financial institutions had large amounts of capital invested in the stock market. 4. Many banks failed as cusomers made "runs" on the bank. Banks were only required to have 20% of deposits in cash on hand. Once again the Fed did nothing to stop the collapse. Almost all banks went bankrupt. The rest of your reasons are pretty much moot point after naming these main reasons. Excess inventories were caused by the depression, not the other way around. Poor distribution of wealth is not a very good cause. Investors buying on margin only compounded the stock market crash, maybe a good cause for the stock market crash. Lack of action by the fed or any other entity was a major cause. Since the feds power was widened, they have prevented many financial system meltdowns. They leveraged the bear stearns buyout, which prevented a stock market and financial system collapse just recently.

Ralphina Ralphina
please list all these conservatives you say have no problem with wall street bailouts,and government health care violates the constitution
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Melyssa Melyssa
No, Isiah was talking about liberal Democrats who promise change and then put entrenched Democrats in to position to make up for his personal lack of experience. Bush was the guy who prevented another terrorist attack on US soil. The rookie has his work cut out for him as he wants to change what has proven successful. Bush was also the guy who has attempted to open the door to all the living US presidents because Obama is such a rookie that even his vice-president predicted the US would take a beating in the first 6 months of his immense learning curve. Chicago is a great place if you want to learn from greats like Al Capone, shake down "specialist" Jesse Jackson, "everything has its price" govenor Blagojevich. This is where ***The smooth tricks of evil men will be exposed*** While a part of American history, most don't want America to be another windy city....and that is before going outside. The real question will be whether this new rookie is a man of change or a retro Bill Clinton who was the first black president. Does this mean that "Affirmative Action" against whites will finally be over or will it take a bigger man than Obama to bring justice to this land as Isiah predicts. I am assuming we are talking about Isiah Thomas, Chicago's lost son...right? Edit: ***rou present such a negative focused religion. So unlike your Christ.*** Sounds like you haven't picked up a Bible and only watched what was on TV. Try reading the book sometime. Start with Lk 11 or Mt 23. Jesus wasn't some milk toast guy sitting around a campfire, holding hands with his disciples and singing "Kum Ba Ya." Jesus had more passion than the "Passion of Christ" movie which was timid to what actually occurred.
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Lena Lena
wrong as a conservative i am against both a government run healthcare system and corporate bailouts. the only thing the government should have done was to pay what was owed under the fdic insurance to customers and found a way to pay off public debt to put more money into the markets then let the strong survive.
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Jonna Jonna
Can you really say any of that with a straight face? Liberals are pathetic...it is o.k. for their rank and file to get bribes, kick backs, bail outs, and look the other way when their behavior is atrocious...I can't believe you would have the gall to talk about wall street, when this administration has done nothing but pander to their buddies in high places...get a life.
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Jonna Originally Answered: Turns out people on welfare use less drugs than Republicans Wall Street, board room Gods do, as proved.?
I generally vote Republican and yet have no argument with you that the wealthy tend to use drugs far more (in terms of percentage and quantity) than do the poor. Their moral habits (the wealthy) also tend to be far more on the immoral side than are those on the poorer side. They have done studies on this actually...so its not just an opinion....it has been demonstrated as actually the case. So...admitted. Note: I think perhaps you misunderstand that not all Republicans think the wealthy are heros and the poor their enemy.
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