Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

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  1. Harplin says:

    That is also a public concern that over 2.3 million people are in the prisons.

  2. Harplin says:

    “Most of the 4,000 doctors who received at least $1 million from Medicare in 2012 billed mainly for giving patients injections, infusions and other drug treatments.”
    That why many people believe doctors are over-paid.

  3. Prescott says:

    It is all about money, isn’t it.

    • Lucas says:

      Isn’t it possible that democrats want to help people, therefore doctors who decide to treat those patients receive the bulk of them?

  4. Tricia says:

    “Many Drug Prescriptions Go Unfilled”

    People go to the doctor to make sure they’re not dying, the majority of prescriptions that were not filled are simple. Those ailments can be healed over time.

    • A. Shleifer says:

      “People go to the doctor to make sure they’re not dying”
      What a simple and innocent expectation.

  5. Trent says:

    “Across the country, an estimated 356,268 people with mental illnesses including bipolar disorder and schizophrenia are in prisons and jails, compared to just 35,000 in state hospitals — a tenfold difference.”

    The real reason why jail is scary.

    • Lucas says:

      The amount of mental patients increases because the payment per individual is higher there than in mental institutes.

  6. Jordan says:

    “Did Obama warn about …Obamacare?”

    He only like sit if he did it.

  7. Trent says:

    “Washington Post fact checks TV ad Barrack Obama ran against John McCain and finds that all the scary predictions actually came true”

    Does this mean that all republicans oppose a bill created my the republican that would have been president? At which point they would have all bee fighting for the bill to remain law?