What does the average American think about “Healthcare in America?”
My question was: What does the average American think about “Healthcare in America?”
I started with Yahoo Answers. Don’t ask me why not Google. I guess it was a “browser thing” or that’s my story. Anyway, the first listing was Sort by Relevance|Time, whatever that means? Then,
What do you think about this? (about poverty in America)?
Next, what do you think about the healthcare bill?,
What do you think is a big problem in America?
Well you can see that bureaucracy is everywhere.
So, I conformed and went to Google search and I found:
Health care in the United States – Wikipedia, the free …
On average, a U.S. male can be expected to live almost four fewer years. than The American Health Care System Sucks – Business Insider. Average Americans, Healthcare Consumers, and National …
So I am pleased to report there is a lot of conversation about healthcare in America.
How coincidental that we just celebrated America’s Freedom. Can an American be truly “FREE” without Healthcare? Now that is another question and I will not start another debate. I know personally I like choices. I like second opinions. I truly love saving money. Finally, I love to share. I will, of course, share some information that a friend shared with me. www.EveryoneBenefits.com/AnnaD
I watched and listened to the video and the testimonials and drew the same conclusion.
It’s not too good to be true. It’s INCREDIABLE! www.EveryoneBenefits.com/AnnaD
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