Get rid of Governors who oppose health coverage for poor!
Expanding Medicaid health benefits to everyone eligible under President Barack Obama's health care reform law would increase state spending on the program by just 3 percent while extending health coverage to more than 20 million people, according to a study released Monday by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and the Urban Institute.
The health care law seeks to enroll into the Medicaid program anyone who earns up to 133 percent of the federal poverty level, which is $14,856 this year. But when the Supreme Court upheld the law in June, its decision allowed states to opt out of the Medicaid expansion. So far, Republican governors in eight states have declared they won't participate, denying health care coverage to millions of their poorest residents.
Nah, social darwinism is needed if you don't want Idiocracy. Already studies have found humans have peaked in intelligence measurements in the 21st century and are declining now. The genes that promote intelligence are on rapid decline, within 500 years a majority of them will be removed from our genome.