the balance of healthcare: Public and Private

i believe in both universal and individual healthcare; that is, both the private and public systems.

you should always have access to whatever doctor you want, outside of The System, but this should be at your expense.  in a world with a healthy society the public system would probably account for less than 5% if even 1% of all medical needs and so wouldn’t bog the unneeding public.

as a community: we should offer free alternatives (government hospitals), where you have the opportunity to get help and the choice to accept whatever help you want (no forced vaccines, etc).

healthcare must always be a personal choice.  even the Jehovah’s Witnesses, and those like them, should be allowed to reject blood.

society must be minimal, offering safety but not at the expense of liberty.  society is a group function to battle the elements, and imperfection is one such element: we may all fail at some point, without a net to catch us, and so we should all come together to catch each other so that the individual effect is minimal; maximize potential, minimize suffering.

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how will we pay for this system? if we get rid of The Federal Reserve, and thus get rid of the need for taxes, and government begins printing money itself again, then we can pay for it in the yearly budget mandate.

in such an organic system perhaps doctors training for private care (those being trained outside of an apprenticeship system, which would arise without government interference) can be trained in the public arena.

clarifying my stance on minimal government interference: there should be no such thing as FDA regulations, only advice; if the FDA determines a product unsafe, it won’t get a stamp; but if it does, it would get a stamp.  this way committees like the FDA wouldn’t become corrupt by corporate power and instead would serve the people, since trust funds that system not money.