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  1. Watch the documentary Burzynski for the answer.
  2. There’s a lot of administrative and overhead cost associated with hospitals. There’s an article floating around out there about an ENT, IIRC, which worked in a hospital as well as his own clinic. A procedure he could do at his clinic for $5K was in the neighborhood of $25K at the hospital. I believe it also discussed larger corporations having a physician that would take care of employees and their family members to help with the high cost of health insurance. Naturally the clinic doesn’t have to deal with non-insured ER visits but it pointed more to the administrative cost; the ACA hasn’t helped with that.
  3. Don't exactly agree with Bernie's politics but what happened to him was just wrong. Something may come out to change my opinion but unlike HRC, I respect him.
  4. Probably helps to get rid of that horrible dry aging flavor. lol
  5. Yes, my insurance went up but it has been rising astronomically for the past 10 years. I paid less a year for BCBS then, than I do a month now for United. Our HR department actually told us we wouldn’t see a huge increase due to the ACA because they anticipated it and did it the year before. Hate them or not, insurance companies are in business to make money. Until health care cost are brought down nothing will change that. I will add this though, talk to your doctor and see what they think about it. I’m sure some like it but I haven’t spoken to one yet that does. Our company doctor actually “retired” to here because of the ACA; too much red tape. He and his nurse practitioner make more working 20 hours a week here than he would have made under the ACA. They were well respected and thought of too. There are good things about it for sure but way too many issues for most in my opinion.
  6. No, I came out of the womb and screamed War Eagle when the doctor smacked me on the azz in 62. lol
  7. lol, just something I do, like, "not the sharpest marble in the drawer."
  8. Love that area of the state. My best friend is a rocket surgeon at Redstone and Hartselle is named after my Great grandfather.
  9. I don’t believe Roy Moore being elected would have changed “this” decision; too far along. Future business here, most definitely.
  10. It was designed to prevent a select few super-cities with massive populations controlling the election and country. If that were the case all one would have to do is promise those cities whatever they wanted and ignore the rest of the country. If you’re comfortable with 5 cities in America dictating the future of the country I guess it would be great to be done away with. It’s easy to support something that follows your view. It’s the constitutional rights of those you disagree with that most have a problem with. The simplest solution is deliver a better message. “If you build it, they will come.”
  11. https://www.factcheck.org/2008/02/the-reason-for-the-electoral-college/
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