A note to the uninsured: an alternative to Insure Tennessee… become a legislator

State releases records for lawmaker health premiums
http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/politics/2015/05/08/state-releases-records-lawmaker-health-premiums/26977061/
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Legislators are outraged.

Not because 280,000 Tennesseans are without health insurance…

Not because of people who die because of lack of medical care…
Not because of people who suffer unnecessary pain because of lack of adequate medical care…

Not because of people who lose years of their expected life span because of lack of preventive care…

Not because of millions and millions of Tennessee taxes dollars going to other states….

Not because of more and more rural hospitals either dying or on life support….

Not because of the missed financial benefits of Insure Tennessee…

And not because of the way the most important bill of the session never even got a full vote on the floor…

None of those reasons.

They are outraged because a lot of people struggling with one or two part time jobs with no benefits have found out the benefits their part time job has. They have found out people who preach about the dangers health care for them poses the state economy don’t have the same standards for themselves. They have been caught with their pants down. Their professed sense of integrity just took a whopping…

Look at the list. The most sanctimonious people took the most money. On the one hand they deny that it is a problem. On the other hand they scream about the injustice of exposure. How do you spell hypocrite?..

But on the positive side I have a solution to a major problem. No one has been able to come up with an alternative to Insure Tennessee. I know one now…

Make everyone without insurance a state legislator. Then there will be no need for Insure Tennessee and we will have defeated the specter of Obamacare that haunts our state

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