So, you don’t want government involved in your healthcare… ha!

As of September 2022, three public programs provide health insurance coverage to 156 million beneficiaries.

65.1 million people who are enrolled in Medicare and 90.9 million people who are enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP.

In addition, nearly 17 million are enrolled in a Plan through the Affordable Care Act. According to HHS:

“Thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, four out of five customers will be able to find a plan for $10 or less. As we head into the new year, there is no greater gift than the peace of mind that comes with having high-quality, affordable health care.”

What does enrolling in a heavily subsidized private health insurance plan to do with “high-quality, affordable health care?” Not one thing‼️ Costs are merely masked by subsidies (unfunded debt) and nobody has a clue about the quality of care received.

Another 9 million Americans receive health care through the Veterans Administration, a minority of care is service related illness or injury. Why such care even exists beyond providing care for service connect issues and retired veterans, is a good question.

So, if you are opposed to government involved in health care, think again🤑


  1. I can’t complain since I am a Medicare recipient.

    The VA hospitals do seem to have a lot of complaints of long waits, rude treatment, and at the Atlanta facility, a vet was physically attacked by a staffer and suffered injuries. This was recorded on the VA security camera and was shown on local news. I wouldn’t venture in there for treatment.


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