Without belaboring the message, which definitely needs belaboring in my humble opinion, the movie is very good.
The worst scene for me took place right here in my home town at the Catholic mega-hospital
The movie was shown in a smaller theater at the local 20 metroplex. Nearly all the seats were filled. Hubby said to me, “Looks like this is the crowd that should be interested in this topic,” so I looked around me. The great majority of the audience was over 60 and certainly looked to be the perfect Republican voter – well groomed, well fed, well dressed, and very, very white. Ten minutes into the film the audience was cheering on Michael Moore and groaning audibly over the decisions made by Richard Nixon and George W. The references to Hillary Clinton were even well received.
Now I’m wondering if a time of change is actually taking hold of this country. Is it possible that we are taking
The four countries that
After I quit teaching in 1990 Hubby and I were without health care coverage for 14 of the 17 years I worked as an independent contractor. All our medical bills and all our prescriptions were paid out of pocket. Coverage was simply too expensive. Now, though, since Hubby is over 70 and I’m working for a school district, we both have what is considered more than adequate coverage.
The young, the old, and way too many people in-between are suffering terribly in this great country because the insurance industry is all about profit and money and greed. It’s time to put a stop to it. As decent human beings, as a nation who claims to lead the world in democracy – we MUST step up and offer a sensible national insurance plan to all our citizens. No American should suffer so an executive at
If you haven’t seen it yet, take the time and check out Sicko. You’ll be glad you did.