While America continues to occupy Iraq and Afghanistan, 600,000 Americans will lose health care

What goes around comes around.  While the “collateral damage” continues to climb in Iraq and Afghanistan, the American people are losing their health as well.  According to this study 45,000 Americans die annually due to the simple fact that they don’t have health insurance. That’s about 1/3 to the death toll of Iraq.  Now AETNA, a major health insurance provider wants to cut over 600,000 Americans from their health insruance.  Why?  In order to make a profit.

Health insurance giant Aetna is planning to force up to 650,000 clients to drop their coverage next year as it seeks to raise additional revenue to meet profit expectations.

In a third-quarter earnings conference call in late October, officials at Aetna announced that in an effort to improve on a less-than-anticipated profit margin in 2009, they would be raising prices on their consumers in 2010. The insurance giant predicted that the company would subsequently lose between 300,000 and 350,000 members next year from its national account as well as another 300,000 from smaller group accounts

Looks like there is another terrorist entity right here in America.

4 Replies to “While America continues to occupy Iraq and Afghanistan, 600,000 Americans will lose health care”

  1. I don’t mean to knock you, but you can do much better. You have a university degree, fer crying out loud…

  2. Salaam

    See just yesterday I got into it with two co-workers about this new troop deployment, really I think people are soooo brainwashed that logic and facts can not penetrate their skulls anymore. These people are still stuck on what they learned in elementary school, the politrickers can do what ever they want and people will apply their pre-conditioned programing to it … like androids America is good America is always right and just … Our leader knows best. And then many are so ill-informed and seem to not know anything beyond who won dancing with the stars, they all have this excuse that they are so busy that they have no time to keep up with social and political issues.

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