even more Proof -- that Republicans don't care about PEOPLE, they only care about money and business.
It's such a no-brainer. People need it. The politicians need to stop the
Oh my gosh! Utah has still not woken up to this Pharmacuetical lobbyist group
that calls themselves National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)?! Senator Charles Grassley led the probe into NAMI about six or seven years ago
which found at least 75% of NAMI's funding comes directly from drug
companies. So embarrassed by this revelation was the national head of NAMI that
he stepped down from his position. If Medicaid Expansion is approved who
benefits? The drug companies and NAMI do! But what about patients?
Reading the book "Mad in America" would answer that or reading a package
insert for these "medications" will demonstrate they increase mental
illness rather than cure it, thus making an even larger market for Pharma. For
instance Postpartum psychosis normally occurs in one of 1000 yet take an
antidepressant for postpartum depression and the chance of psychosis is
increased 1000% to one of 100 (find 1% psychosis in the antidepressant package
insert) Or stop the antidepressant rapidly and the FDA warns you can produce
psychosis. So, simply have the government expand funding for
medications which produce psychosis and sell more anti-psychotic medications -
simple math? Welcome to marketing in America!
Common sense is going, going, and almost gone.No one wants to believe the
crazy conspiracy theories that we hear, but just like the wizard behind the
curtain in that famous old film....America and the rest of our world is
being played by the uber wealthy bankers behind the scenes.Quietly, these
greedy individuals with their specific plan, will soon, again, make our world
into the feudal system we broke out of centuries ago. The middle class will be
no more.Health care is just one of the many things that is included in
their terrifying plan. The founding fathers simply had no idea.......
I am having a hard time reconciling the cry to legalize various recreational
drugs so people can do what they want and live their lives as they choose, and
then many of the same do-gooders rallying for money from the government,
that's you and me, to "treat" people for addiction recovery.If they chose the use drugs, why am I criticized by supporting laws
prohibiting the possession, sale and use, and then asked to support
"recovery"? Oh, recovery is possible but many do not make the break on
the first go around, and from what I have read,only when they hit bottom and
really are willing to sacrifice all.Are there medical needs of
people who lack ability or means to pay? Absolutely! The issue is how to
ameliorate them in an acceptable manner. I do not think expanding Medicaid is
the answer. If there were a non-profit fund supported by the major public and
private entities and aggressive solicitation of money and services much could be
done without the heavy, biased hand of government. The governing board could be
stacked with bleeding hearts who would both decide who to help and how to raise
To Becky Lockhart: Please accept the Medicaid Expansion! Your
current plan to reject over $300 Million in federal funds from Utah taxes that
have already been collected, while instead coming up with an ADDITIONAL $35
Million from Utah state taxes, makes no sense. It will cost Utah more and cover
less Utahns. Please just accept the Medicaid Expansion and not let your pride
get in the way of helping these fellow Utahns!
if you are poor and not L.D.S. then most of them dont care about you anyway.
this is a state run by the rich for the rich.