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Health Right Unsure of The Effect on Clinic

May 3, 2013

WHEELING — The expansion of the Medicaid in West Virginia announced Thursday by Gov....

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May-04-13 10:23 PM

Health Right is a VERY necessary clinic that serves those who work yet either can't afford insurance or aren't offered it

They survive mostly on donations of meds and volunteers

The welfare programs like medicaid are a TOTAL failure and simply allow sponges who refuse to get a job drain the system while those who REALLY need help can't get it!!

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May-04-13 2:49 PM

The "Free Clinics" are funded by government (your tax dollars), pharmacy contributions, free care by hospitals and doctors along with well-meaning contributions from individuals and business. These "Free Clinics" were for the employed without insurance. Now that ObamaCare is coming, the "Free Clinics" are no longer needed. Do the right thing, gradually shut the doors, since the needs will now be met by another massive government program.

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May-04-13 10:34 AM

If you want to know what has happened and is happening to our country, may I suggest and highly recommend you Google "Agenda. Grinding down of America." This information tells it exactly like it is.

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May-03-13 2:19 PM

TRITON- The schools are already "Soup Kitchens" for kids that don't get any care at home.

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May-03-13 8:15 AM

Big feeling liberal seem unaware that there is health care now. Health Right in Wheeling is remarkable and put health care within the reach of anyone who wanted it. And there is the problem. Health care to children (CHP) has always been here but you can't make crackhead, plain lazy parents get out of bed and take their kids to clinic, free or paid for by you. Hospitals and doctor can now bill the taxpayer and just as they have billed insurance for the $75.00 aspirin, they can now bill the taxpayer $150.00 for that same aspirin. Despite 50 food giveaway programs, parents still don't feed their kids. Solution? Go after parents who neglect kids? Nope. Turn schools into soup kitchen for kids of parasite parents. Meals, shoes, coats, doctors, dentists, after school babysitting. Coming soon overnight stays at school. Test scores? No time to teach. Bad Parents? They just have less to do. State should be on them 24/7. But they are not, they just stay in bed.

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