“Someone’s premiums” bought my lunch on gold-rimmed china
One dollar of every three we send to our health insurance companies goes to something other than healthcare. Those who struggle to pay high premiums to protect themselves and their children buy corporate jets, skyscraper penthouses, and fine china for insurance executives. Those who won’t, or can’t, often die prematurely.
Should we really have choose between paying for corporate luxury or risking an early death?
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Written by Monte
July 23, 2009 at 8:26 am
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