Yeah, New York is a ghost town these days.
I heard they're going to bulldoze Brooklyn and everything north of 50th Street in Manhattan and just make it a nature preserve.
quote:in theory it sounds great....until you realize you have to subsidize his medical care when he has diabetes, heart disease, liver disease, kidney failure, etc
wants to drink 50 ounces of mountain dew he's still going to be able to get it.
Once the people allowed this abortion of a health care law to pass, the government feels it has the right to an opinion on people's diet.
If you expect the government to pay for your healthcare then the government had the right to limit your intake of crap
Here is the problem. I dont want their fricking healthcare. I DO NOT want this abomination of a healthcare system they are about to force on us. I am perfectly happy with the healthcare I have right now.
quote:yea so would I. But that's not realistic. Your car insurance rates are higher depending where you live because you have to pay for other terrible drivers and uninsured motorists. It's how it is.
I would rather pay myself and get better quality care and keep my personal rights.
We don't have a true free market for insurance and until we do, NO ONE can get made at places like NYC for doing crap like this
So any regulation of your life is going to come from an insurance company, who will use the government to impose their will on you.
If you want to get angry about the ACA, be angry at the insurance industry
nyc population has gone down every year that bloomberg has been in office. I didn't say it's a ghost town, but 1.5 million people have left.
Thanks for playing.