HEY GOP: Attacking Hillary Isn't a Health Plan - page 9

when even a magazine called "the american conservative" counsels] the republican presidential candidates that they can't live on hillary-hate alone, something is happening. as nurses fighting for... Read More

  1. by   sharona97
    Quote from CRNA2007
    You can buy policies that cover cancer as well as long term disability insurance, I have long term disability through a private company of course I pay for it myself.
    FYI: I paid for my long-term disability as well,until the politics kicked in and my job was posted. LTD doesn't last forever. There is a cap.
  2. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from ingelein
    "Sister" Viking is a Brother Viking.Preach it Brother Viking!!
    Whew . . .I can come out from under the couch.


    steph
  3. by   HM2VikingRN
    Steph,
    You never needed to hide behind the couch. :spin:
  4. by   Spidey's mom
    Well, that is good . . . cause it is dusty back there.

    steph
  5. by   FireStarterRN
    I always pictured HM2Viking as a blond, square jawed woman with a hawk-like nose, who was about 6 feet tall.

  6. by   sharona97
    Quote from jlsRN
    I always pictured HM2Viking as a blond, square jawed woman with a hawk-like nose, who was about 6 feet tall.

  7. by   Spidey's mom
    I pictured him as a 20-something Alan Alda type.

    steph:spin:
  8. by   sharona97
    VHM2: You are one of those big ole teddy bears aren't ya,eh?
  9. by   FireStarterRN
    Quote from sharona97
    :uhoh21:
  10. by   HM2VikingRN
    77" 350 (for now....)
  11. by   Simplepleasures
    Quote from HM2Viking
    77" 350 (for now....)
    Yes just as I thought , a warrior!
  12. by   Simplepleasures
    Quote from jlsRN
    I always pictured HM2Viking as a blond, square jawed woman with a hawk-like nose, who was about 6 feet tall.

    OMG!
  13. by   doe9181
    Quote from spacenurse
    I don't think anyone should be denied healthcare. Especially a nurse who has worked for 30 years.
    I think it should be OK to change jobs and still have access to healthcare.
    I think it should be OK to move to another state and still have access to healthcare.
    I think a man should be able to retire and his wife change jobs and still have access to healthcare.

    I think they were being responsible by purchasing a policy.

    But their story is published. Yes she was a traveler, then per diem. Shouldn't everyone have access to healthcare?

    WHO should be denied access to healthcare?
    That is so sad that this poor woman can not get any type of assistance. These are citizens that have been paying taxes their whole working lives. Why is it so easy for those that haven't worked a day in their life to get govt. assistance? Those that won't lift a foot to try to make their lives better? And I'm not talking about the disabled or those that use it as stepping stone until they are independent, I am talking about the able-bodied people that expect all the freebies from the government. I wish there was more of an equal ground when it came to our citizens needing health care coverage.

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