Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Like anything for money

I get so tired of watching these advertisements. People saying how much they love this and how much they love that. If everybody would notice, down at the bottom it says paid actor or being compensated for this ad. If you are paid, you are gonna say you like anything whether you do or you don't. I think this is just out and out fraud.

Mother feels the pain

My son belongs to what is known as the working poor. I originally thought that Obamacare would be a way for him to have needed healthcare and a needed hernia operation. He applied and was told that he qualified for Medicaid, but that Missouri had opted to run their own Medicaid program, and Missouri Medicaid was no longer taking any new applications. No help there. Since he qualified for Missouri Medicaid, the Obamacare worker informed him that he was not eligible for any voucher to help him with the cost of an Obamacare insurance plan, but he was the responsibility of Missouri Medicaid, who remember, isn't taking any new applications. Then he was told he could sign up and pay for an Obamacare insurance policy, ranging from $400 to $700 a month that he could pay for himself, which is financially impossible for him. I heard someone on TV talking about a mother in a third-world country whose child had no way to obtain a needed operation due to money. They said, "Can you imagine how his mother must feel?" My answer is as mother: Yes, I can.