Is America going to become a big joke one day?

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Breanna-Need Help!!!
Asked at 2012-09-12 08:24:04
First to start I'm American, so I do not think I am a foreigner who hates the U.S. only. I concluded that the U.S. is built to support the weak and the poor down. Think about it, what countries you know how to use the Social Security system and that citizens pay for health care? Of course we have the best health care, but is not very useful if you can not afford that. MedlinePlus Growing up I used to think USA was the best place in the world, but now I've grown up I realized that I have that much freedom. MedlinePlus When I was eighteen I was immature, so I decided to take a loan to buy a car instead of just buying a cheap car with cash. Eventually I failed my car loan and the car was repossessed, even though the bank has already paid for 2 years as the recovery still appears on my credit report. Now the sad part of the U.S. is that your credit score is tied to everything (your name could be also the 9 numbers ... jk) MedlinePlus So because of this I can not I get loans, certain jobs requiring a clearance, I was denied an apartment even after that. So as you can see that the system is designed to spoil your life once you make a mistake. I would understand if I was a criminal, but this is unnecessary for a car that was repossessed 5 years ..... ALSO paid in full in MedlinePlus MedlinePlus The second thing is health care. When I visited the Caribbean could buy my asthma inhaler in a drugstore for $ 20 (which is like $ 4 in the U.S.). No prescription needed because asthma is a chronic lung disease fatal. MedlinePlus Apparently, the health department does not really matter in the U.S., for me to get an inhaler should see a doctor for a prescription. Without health coverage would cost about $ 500 including a visit to the doctor (probably more). So you go to another country saved me about $ 450 +. MedlinePlus So why do other countries offer free health care? Is it because they care about the survival of their citizens and U.S. only cares about the money? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus In my view that the U.S. should not be fighting a war because we are fighting among ourselves. The U.S. government was so busy screwing over their own people who did not realize that terrorist groups were plotting against them. So the government was forced to take more tax money to send thousands of troops to the Middle East to find bin Laden. MedlinePlus We are citizens of the United States are manned everywhere, I guess this is how the U.S. government gets its power. They devise strategies to keep the poor down and taxing us for everything and I do not care if we live or die ....... very sad ....... but again this is' the land of opportunity, and the land of the "free ........ who said you had to be rich ....... lol
Answer1jesseniaAnswered at 2012-09-15 03:47:03
I want to let you in on a little secret. All organized government is screwing over the people in one way or another MedlinePlus MedlinePlus As a citizen, you have the right to like or dislike the way they run their country and take steps to change for the better (voting. .. something that the younger generation [including me] not to the extent they should) . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Consider the following: MedlinePlus -Yes, many countries have free health care .... nothing is "free" is a cost somewhere. Our health system is primarily aimed at those who have insurance, money, or both. These screws "little" that is not covered, but needs help on occasion. We can have a balanced option health care public and private than a day, but it will take all of us to make sure it is balanced. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus -Our education system is one of the best. I lost count of how many people I met in college in other countries that pay / traveled here to get your degree. Like the UK, we pay for our education (which sucks, I know / to pay my way through college ... not fun at all, but you can if you're smart / intelligent financially). Other counties provide free education, but not on par with the U.S. and since they are funded by the government, you can not get the job you want / I have to return the money if they work for the government (again, nothing is "free"). MedlinePlus For example: You want to become a scientist, OK, country of SO and SO pay your way through college, earning his doctorate, but now .... to work for them by any program they deem fit their skills to compensate for such a length of time.
MedlinePlus I believe in the following: A bad day in the United States exceeds hell of a good day in most other countries (... if you do not believe me, check Greece lol .... not to mention 3rd countries world out there) MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Side note: thanks for not speaking ill of the troops. Many ppl tend to do without realizing they are doing a job. politicians are coming to choose what our country has, not them.
Answer2mikecardoso123Answered at 2012-09-17 17:51:04
Everyone pays for their health care . It's just a question of whether you pay for it on your tax return ( Universal ) or pay for it privately ( U.S. system )
Answer3cobyAnswered at 2012-09-25 16:04:03
its getting closer to being a big joke , in fact, it already is
Answer4I am gonna do it and nobody can stop me! Answered at 2012-10-03 05:16:54
you just have to plan whose ass to kick .
Answer5MISHISUSHIAnswered at 2012-10-07 00:45:26
Consider whether or not there will be a question joker 21st Century Revolution in the U.S. as in 1789, when the French had theirs , according to a copy of Thomas Paine's Rights of Man . Maybe this one U.S. residents and citizens can use the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child The idea of ​​using the UN troops from U.S. volunteers to overthrow the government if no policy changes be socialist . MedlinePlus $ 20 for health care more like the four U.S. dollars, but back to the point . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Thomas Paine in Rights of Man of the UN wrote similar, though not in existence but had a vague idea of ​​the idea .
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