Pre-Existing Conditions, Physical Disabilities, and The Future of The American Healthcare System.

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I get the argument that it’s stupid for the government to pay for pre-existing conditions like obesity or others that are the results of poor life choices, but there are many Americans out there like me who have had a disability our entire lives through no fault of our own or a tragic accident. Insurance companies SHOULD NOT be allowed to deny someone in this situation who legitimately needs coverage. This is also the type of situation that Medicare/Medicaid benefits are intended for. Yet, I see many of my fellow conservatives throwing the baby out with the bath water on this issue. By all means, allow the free market to thrive but this is one area where the government and the free market should be able to work together to better the system.

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One thought on “Pre-Existing Conditions, Physical Disabilities, and The Future of The American Healthcare System.

  1. In December 1965, at age 13, I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. My entire adult life has been one long struggle to afford the basic medical supplies I need daily just to keep myself alive. Maybe making health insurance a free market product, available across state lines, would make it more affordable for everyone.

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