Where does that actually happen?
It would have to if we really want to make it fair doesn’t it. At some point there is a maximum level that we can afford to give to everyone.
That post wasn’t a statement of how things are. It’s a philosophical question. Would you tell the rich man that he can’t spend his money to get a cure so that it is fair to the poor man.
Or do you tell the poor man that the rich man can have access to a cure that he can’t have because of money.
You can’t have it both ways. Either it’s fair for everyone or the rich man can afford something that the poor man can’t. So which man do you give the bad news to?
Too many people just think that they need to give us the healthcare. The only reason that we don’t have it is because they keep it from us. They have it and they just hog it all. But never a thought for who they really are or if they really even exist.
I’m talking about a reality. If we want to make it fair then we have to choose one of those two people to give the bad news to. So which one dies?
Keep in mind that if we choose to keep it fair and tell the rich man that he can’t have a cure, then the poor man dies as well. He’s a gonner either way. So the question becomes, do we kill the rich man to keep it fair or do we let him use his money to have something the poor man can’t?
It’s a simple philisophical question. Which man do you choose?