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THE PROBLEMS WITH MONOPOLY GOVERNMENT HEALTHCARE!!!

The problem with all government run services is gross inefficiency in the long duration. Especially problematic is government run healthcare where questions of life and death are involved. Healthcare for all quickly translates into bad healthcare for all with a lot more pain and suffering for patients. It is not surprising that many who can afford to leave the country in search of better and cheaper healthcare alternatives leaving the rest of the population to suffer with substandard care.

Instead of doctor appointments made in a day or week most appointments are scheduled from a month to more. Emergency response times instead of being not more than 15 minutes can take as long as 4 hours. Assembly line doctor care is frequent as doctors depend on high turnover and short visits to make money. A lot of unnecessary tests, procedures, and drugs are prescribed instead of an emphasis on preventative care and judicious diagnosing. There is a shortage of doctors who feel underpaid and overworked so fewer enter the profession. There is less money and incentives for medical research and new discoveries become rarer.

So is there a solution that is tolerable for bad forced medical care for all? A hybrid medical care system is more practical and cost effective. There should be quality care for all those who can afford the medical insurance and private hospitals who take care of those patients.

The rest of the population will have to settle for substandard care in government run hospitals with budgetary constraints. Yes, few doctors will want to work in government facilities so the standards for doctors practicing there will have to be drastically reduced and special educational facilities will have to be created to train enough minimally qualified family physicians and specialists.

If you have enough saved up money then you could still go to get high quality medical care from appropriate facilities in the country and not have to go abroad to get that quality care.

The health care system would fundamentally follow the principle-you get the care that you can afford. Whether this is a viable political solution is debatable but life isn’t fair and you should be responsible enough to save up some money for medical emergencies as a wage earning adult. Don’t be responsible about your health care and you suffer the consequences. This is fair and just even though some would consider it rather a cruel solution.

Most really just need catastrophic medical insurance for very expensive medical procedures which would bankrupt them and the unfortunate ones have preexisting conditions which the government health care could cover.

You ultimately can’t force quality highly trained physicians to work for substandard government health care so it is best to have both quality and quantity physicians in a nation.

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ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THE MULTIGENERATIONAL FAMILY!!!

In a mostly agrarian society the family farm was the primary reason for multigenerational families living and working together. Industrialization and a move to the cities meant an end to most multigenerational families as families began to lead rather independent lives. Today, mostly due to tight financial reasons the multigenerational family is becoming a little more popular due to financial necessity.

Advantages:

Grandparents helping with child rearing, housework, and some financial support such as paying some or all of the mortgage payments and food budget.

Grandparents can live longer in a family setting before being shuttled off to an expensive nursing home with dire living conditions.

Both parents can work full time.

Adult children can further their education online, in the community, or travel away from home in a college or university setting.

Adult children can work in low level entry jobs and save up money to buy a car or save up money for further useful education and avoid massive student debt.

If an adult child woman gets pregnant or an adult male marries and the wife gets pregnant there is a potential support group of grandparents and parents if living independently is out of the question.

Caring behavior and ability to socially interact with differing ages is important values taught in a multigenerational family unit.

Disadvantages:

Family disagreements and strife if grandparents are very religious or dogmatic and try to run their offspring lives and choose sides.

Family turmoil increases if any family member is severely alcoholic or has a drug addiction problem and gets in trouble frequently with the law.

Job mobility is limited if it means traveling to another state for a better job. Old grandparent and parent friends and neighbors may have to be abandoned due to a job relocation.

A drug addicted or alcoholic, stealing, unemployed adult offspring may have to be excluded from the multigenerational family.

A lazy infrequently employed adult offspring may mooch off of the family for too long.

An unemployed adult child may want to cohabit with a pregnant female with the multigenerational family. Unemployed cohabitation realistically should not be an option.

Grandparents with dementia or Alzheimer’s or severe immobility may need home nursing care unless they are institutionalized.

Too great a size of the multigenerational family may lead to temporary or permanent cramped living circumstances.

Conclusion:

Ideally a family with offspring should be able to live independently and have an ability to move at will if better job opportunities arise.

Realistically for financial reasons a multigenerational family unit should theoretically be able to live together relatively peacefully. If each unit with the exception of children contribute financially to the multigenerational family unit and no one adult intentionally mooches off the rest of the members then peaceful cohabitation is possible as long as there is no intergenerational strife caused by unnecessary dominant meddling behavior.

For city dwellers multigenerational family living may be impossible due to the relatively large size of the family and limited living space. So living in relatively crapped quarters may be the only realistic financial situation for city dwellers.

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