Health Insurance Quotes

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Walter Cronkite
“America's health care system is neither healthy, caring, nor a system.”
Walter Cronkite

Dennis Kucinich
“Everyone should have health insurance? I say everyone should have health care. I'm not selling insurance.”
Dennis Kucinich

David Rees
“Yeah, it's real easy to look in the mirror and be proud when you're wearing pleated shorts. And you know what's really pathetic? I don't even have any dividends to get tax-decreased. When'll they cut taxes on not-having-health-insurancends?”
David Rees, Get Your War On 2

“The thing they're trying to stop is 30-million people getting health insurance. That's the substance.”
Chris Hayes

Bill Maher
“This is the opposite of the free market.”
Bill Maher

“Let's run the experiment.”
Chris Hayes

Gar Alperovitz
“First, the very idea that there should be any serious kind of health insurance for Americans (beyond tiny elites) simply did not have much reality until World War II—and it was (again) the war that gave it reality. With wartime labor scarce, wage-price controls were enacted to keep bidding wars in check. Corporations, unable to offer more pay, tried to compete with benefits instead. The modern idea of widespread employer-provided health insurance developed as a strategy to attract wartime workers, and continued in many industries after the war, especially during the boom era.”
Gar Alperovitz, What Then Must We Do?: Straight Talk about the Next American Revolution

“To my thinking the greatest advance in recorded medical history is the thirty-minute walk before breakfast. Premiums for life insurance are usually paid for the benefit of someone else. If you want any life insurance for yourself you had better pay the daily premium of a thirty-minute walk.”
Dr. Blake F. Donaldson, Strong Medicine

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Some people do not afford a healthy diet and lifestyle because of their health insurance.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
“Doesn't anything socialistic make you want to throw up? Like great public schools, or health insurance for all?”
Kurt Vonnegut, A Man Without a Country

“The very worst aspect of poverty in the United States is the realization that - No one gives a shit whether you live or die.
The federal government, the state government couldn't care less. They're busy maintaining the status quo, and poverty is a big part of the economic balancing act. Hell, the economy would collapse if poverty was solved. The medical and health insurance industries; if they can't make any money off of you you're already dead to them. They couldn't care one iota if you live a life of physical pain and suffering.
And the citizens' hmmph, they're too busy stepping all over one another trying to avoid poverty.

What an insult and spit in the face of humanity to call all of this insanity civilized.”
Brien Pittman

“If a 6 foot tall talking Badger comes to your door with a great deal on health insurance, be certain to ask if it includes in-patient psychiatric care.”
David C Holley, Write like no one is reading

Brian Spellman
“The pill for Insurance Deficit Disorder - aspirin.”
Brian Spellman, If the mind fits, shrink it

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Archelle Georgiou
“Employees are shielded from being healthcare consumers because they rely on their
employers’ priorities and judgment instead of their own to select insurance.”
Archelle Georgiou, Healthcare Choices: 5 Steps to Getting the Medical Care You Want and Need

“I have often witnessed this at hospital billing counters, where salaried or reasonably well to do people typically have a health insurance to take care of their bills, while a common man loses out. In such a pesky situation, these commoners are compelled to either take loans or sell their personal assets to be able to afford a reasonable medical treatment. Lack of home insurance has always been another concern. People lose out on their entire life’s savings when their homes get whisked away due to calamities.”
Tapan Singhel

“Good health shapes an expression of experiences.”
Arif Naseem

Amit Kalantri
“Insurance takes care of only injuries not emotions.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Kat Lahr
“Anyone under the age of 65 that has private health insurance is not the true customer in American healthcare. Large and small group employers are.”
Kat Lahr, What the U.S. Healthcare System Doesn't Want You to Know, Why, and How You Can Do Something About It

Ljupka Cvetanova
“Health has no price. The doctor has.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land