Insurance Quotes

Quotes tagged as "insurance" (showing 1-30 of 51)
Dennis Kucinich
“Everyone should have health insurance? I say everyone should have health care. I'm not selling insurance.”
Dennis Kucinich

“Pick a leader who is strong and confident, yet humble. Intelligent, but not sly. A leader who encourages diversity, not racism. One who understands the needs of the farmer, the teacher, the welder, the doctor, and the environmentalist -- not only the banker, the oil tycoon, the weapons developer, or the insurance and pharmaceutical lobbyist.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Ross I. Donaldson
“Seeing modern health care from the other side, I can say that it is clearly not set up for the patient. It is frequently a poor arrangement for doctors as well, but that does not mitigate how little the system accounts for the patient's best interest. Just when you are at your weakest and least able to make all the phone calls, traverse the maze of insurance, and plead for health-care referrals is that one time when you have to — your life may depend on it.”
Ross I. Donaldson, The Lassa Ward: One Man's Fight Against One of the World's Deadliest Diseases

Kristin Cashore
“Q: Why do you use swear words on your blog, but never the F word?
A: Because I'm saving the F word for the day when I write a blog post about the for-profit health insurance industry and the way its CEOs become wealthy by not only preying on, but exacerbating, other people's personal tragedies.
*ahem*
Happy Monday, everyone :o)”
Kristin Cashore

Ernst Jünger
“... I, as an anarch, renouncing any bond, any limitation of freedom, also reject compulsory education as nonsense. It was one of the greatest well-springs of misfortune in the world.

Compulsory schooling is essentially a means of curtailing natural strength and exploiting people. The same is true of military conscription, which developed within the same context. The anarch rejects both of them - just like obligatory vaccination and insurance of all kinds. He has reservations when swearing an oath. He is not a deserter, but a conscientious objector.”
Ernst Jünger, Eumeswil

“Both terrorism and insurance sell fear -- and business is business”
Liam McCurry, Terminal Policy

“If you look at how the federal government spends our money, it’s an insurance conglomerate protected by a large, standing army.”
Ezra Klein

“I don't want to tell you how much auto insurance I carry with the Prudential, but all I can say is: when I go, they go too.”
Terry Calvert

Farshad Asl
“Selling is serving, helping others find solutions, impacting lives positively with passion and integrity.”
Farshad Asl

Steven Magee
“The problem with car insurance is that you never know how bad your policy is until you are involved in a car crash. At that point enlightenment begins.”
Steven Magee

Amy Tan
“[Karen Lundegaard] was quite frail, debilitated by metastatic breast cancer, which she had long known she had but for which she had been unable to get adequate treatment because she lacked medical insurance. ("If you mention anything about me," she said, "tell people that.")”
Amy Tan, Saving Fish from Drowning

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Funeral Insurance Helpline NZ

Peter Sloterdijk
“Eighty-five years after the storms of steel of the German-French fronts, sixty-five years after the peak of the Stalinist mass exterminations, fifty-five years after the liberation of Auschwitz, and just as long after the bombardments of Dresden, Hiroshima, and Nagasaki, the swinging back of the Zeitgeist to the preference for middling circumstances is to be understood as a tribute to normalization. In this regard, it has an unconditionally affirmative civilizing value. Furthermore, democracy per se presupposes the cultivation of middling circumstances. As is well known, spirit spits what is lukewarm out of its mouth; in contrast, pragmatism holds that the temperature of life is lukewarm. Thus the impulse toward the middle, the cardinal symptom of the fin de siècle, does not have only political motives. It symbolizes the weariness of apocalypse felt by a society that has had to hear too much of revolutions and paradigm shifts. But above all it expresses the general pull toward the conversion of the drama of history into the insurance industry. Insurance policies anchor antiextremism in the routines of the post-radical society. The insurance industry is humanism minus book culture. It brings into shape the insight that human beings as a rule do not wish to be revolutionized, but rather to be safeguarded. Whoever understands this will bank on the fact that in the future contra-innovative revolts from out of the spirit of the insurance claim are most probable of all.”
Peter Sloterdijk, Not Saved: Essays After Heidegger

Toni Sorenson
“Taking care of your body is insurance for your soul.”
Toni Sorenson

Cory Doctorow
“No, I mean I'm sorry that you've inherited such a miserable, collapsing Old Country. A place where rich Bankers own everything, where you've got to be grateful for a part-time job with no benefits and no retirement plan, where the most health insurance you can afford is being careful and hoping you don't get sick, where --”
Cory Doctorow, Homeland

“Currently, the wealthy who have no pre-existing conditions can afford high-quality health care, while the poor and sick are relegated to hoping for and negotiating whatever health care safety net might exist in their area. This neoliberal form of capitalism structuring health care in the United States has led to those with the highest burden of sickness being simultaneously those with the least access to care.”
Seth Holmes

“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

“Another roadblock to opting for an insurance cover amongst the customers is that in case they do not claim, they get nothing back in return to the premium they invested. Hence they consider insurance to be a dead investment. They need to be educated that insurance is more like a social cause. Insurance by its very principles is collection of money by many to pay to a few, in their times of distress. Rather than considering it to be a passive investment, it should be treated as an active social participation where you are securing yourself as well as helping others in their direst times of need. Then it has a higher meaning and everyone feels good to be a part of it.”
Tapan Singhel

“I take pride in the fact that I work in this industry and whenever I am asked what I do, I simply say that, I am paid to do good. I feel every individual considering a career in insurance must take cognizance of this great social responsibility as this profoundly sets aside insurance as a profession.”
Tapan Singhel

“2/3rds of unexpected deaths are wiping out a family's assets due to a lack of insurance cover. Protect your assets, Protect your family.”
Meera Srinivasan

“Health is wealth, let impact on health not wipe out your wealth. Stay insured for healthcare expenses. Protect your assets, secure your family.”
Meera Srinivasan

“Home is where the Heart is. Don't let damage to your home wipe out your hard earned savings. Protect your home, secure your assets”
Meera Srinivasan

“India is one of the most populous nations in the world with intellect, care for family, and right mindedness in investments. Why ignore Insurance cover with such a low level of spend when it fits all these 3 attributes! Protect your self, family and assets.”
Meera Srinivasan

“Every second suicide we hear of is an act of financial desperation. Why reach this stage when protection through insurance was feasible. Save yourself, secure your assets, protect your family with appropriate insurance at appropriate time.”
Meera Srinivasan

“At the same cost spent on occasional pizzas or dine outs, one can cover premium costs - for lasting protection - with insurance.”
Meera Srinivasan

Stewart Stafford
“Whether it's a usurer's usury or an actuary's actuality, they all sail on the liquid of liquidity.”
Stewart Stafford

Steven Magee
“I would not purchase health care insurance in the USA, as it is a mediocre health care system at best.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“Many people in the USA come to the conclusion that it is better not to purchase extremely expensive health care insurance and to use the saved money to self diagnose and treat with lifestyle changes, organic food, supplements and vitamins.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“The medical profession excels at fixing broken bones but fails miserably at fixing general sickness.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“The USA government seems to have conveniently forgotten that its disability system is an insurance program to award disability benefits to ALL people that can no longer be employed due to their long term sickness.”
Steven Magee

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