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Re: Q. on Lynch - MM
True. But so what? If I were down in Mexico, I'd fully accept that. But I was in Los Angeles, California, USA. Due to my son's unfortunate illness, which came upon him at 49 after living a productive life, he can no longer work. He is bedridden and wheelchair bound much of the time. This means he cannot pay for the private insurance he had all the other years of his life. This means he has Medi-CAL. And where are the large Medi-CAL facilities, the hospitals where the specialists are? In the neighborhoods where most of the recipients are, and most of the recipients are Hispanic. Especially this big, new hospital downtown. We are always one of the few, or only, ordinary "white" Americans there.
There's a whole other story to this, too. Do any of the patients get the level of caring and care and consideration that private patients get? Not that I can see. So for us, it's a double whammy. And the fact remains that the preponderance of illegals in Southern California, millions of them, are taking the meager resources allocated to the disabled and the poor citizens of the area, making everything less effective.
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