Ahmad89 Posted July 12, 2007 Share Posted July 12, 2007 Moore's argument is that in America, all the co-pays and fees add up to a higher amount paid for the health care portion of the tax. The second thing is that it IS FREE. There's a big difference when you're in country like America and you can't afford the surgery on your leg. Whereas, you can just go into a French hospital (citizen of course) and they'll operate on it for free.You can walk into any hospital and they are required to fix you up. Whether you can pay them or not is not a big deal. You can also not pay your "medical bills" in America and just get sent to collections, which will lower your fee and try to work with you. Also, if you get treated somewhere like at a memorial hospital -- you can pay $1/month and they will stay off your back. Getting taken care of at a hospital is just as easy as it sounds. In and out and you honestly don't have to pay a flocking dime. I'm also speaking from the I-don't-have-insurance point-of-view about of all this. I don't and I haven't paid a flocking dime for my medical bills and I don't have to -- it's fully covered by the hospital.I dont know about you but when my brother had a bill from the hospital he called them and told them he could not pay it. They then told him they will detuct a certain amount and then he would HAVE TO PAY THE REST. He tried to get rid of it but he then ended paying it because he HAD NO CHOICE. THis happened alot of times to him. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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