Socialized Medicine vs MarketCare

Under socialized medicine you help pay for someone else’s respirator; under Market Care you help pay for some insurance executive’s scuba gear.

Under socialized medicine you help pay for someone else’s chemo; under Market Care you help pay for some insurance executive’s limo.

Under socialized medicine you help pay for someone else’s mastectomy; under Market Care you help pay for some insurance executive’s masseuse.

Under socialized medicine you help pay for someone else’s liver transplant; under Market Care you help pay for some insurance executive’s pate de fois gras.

Under socialized med you help pay for someone else’s dialysis; under Market Care you help pay for some insurance executive’s diamonds.

Under socialized medicine you help pay for some preemie’s incubator; under Market Care you help pay for some insurance executive’s skybox.

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5 responses to “Socialized Medicine vs MarketCare

  1. Under Socialized Medicine you help pay for someone’s inoculations; under Market Care you help pay for a round of insurance execs’ shots

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  2. Under Socialized Medicine you help pay for someone to be Life-Flighted to a trauma center; under Market Care you help pay for an exec’s jet to Vegas

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  3. Under Socialized Medicine you help pay for someone to live a little longer; under Market Care you help pay for some exec to live it up more

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  4. Under Socialized Medicine you help pay for someone’s MRI; under Market Care you help pay for some exec’s BMW

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  5. Under Socialized Medicine you help pay for someone’s hip replacement; under Market Care you help pay for some exec’s hair replacement

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