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When did Doctors become the Bad Guys?

When did Doctors become the bad guys? President Fuck Up says that doctors are performing unnecessary procedures just to collect higher reimbursements from insurance companies. What a laugh! Fraud does indeed occur, but when it does, it is big news. What that means is that it is extremely rare.

And, what is so terrible about health insurance as it now stands? My health insurance has enabled me to be able to afford to save the lives of my children and wife, and myself, on numerous occasions. The insurance companies are good, not bad.

The fact that some people have no insurance is what is bad. This can be remedied by congress, but they want to take a sledge hammer to fix something that only takes a quarter of a turn with a screwdriver. They want to dismantle the entire system of health care, including how doctors perform their jobs, and how much they can be paid, when the market place can handle that much more efficiently than any government regulation could.

As for me, I would be uncomfortable getting medical care from a doctor who drives a 1992 Pinto to work, and has plastic stacking chairs on bare linoleum floors in his waiting room. He had damn well better be driving at least a $50,000 car, and living in a nicer house than me. That means he is good at what he does. When I am sick, or a member of my family is sick, I want the most competent help I can find, not the cheapest.

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